Mat Staver and Matt Barber still can't get it through their thick skulls that freedom of religion is not an exclusive right to Christians and does not entitle them to force their beliefs upon others.
Following the same warped logic employed by Todd Starnes, Staver and Barber accused President Obama of involvement a systematic policy of hostility toward Christianity due to a military training session at which the American Family Association was categorized as a hate group.
The American Family Association, it should be noted, is the group behind American Family Radio, and by extension, Bryan Fischer, who has come to the constant attention of this column for constantly advocating against equal treatment for Muslims, Mormons and LGBTs, as well as his many ridiculously unhinged conspiracy theories.
The American Family Association is a fine example of just how much the label of Christianity can be abused. Which is also true of Mat Staver and Matt Barber, who, just like Starnes, declared that one extremist hate group to be representative of all Christians in America.
"It all started by homosexualizing the military," said Barber, "ow they want to liberalize the military and ultimately the end game Matt, and there is no question about it, is to completely secularize the United States military and to push to the fringes those who have a biblical worldview."
"President Obama is to freedom," he continued, "the enemy within. He is trying to divide and conquer. He's dividing the American people, dividing the military and seek to conquer it for the secular socialist sociopolitical worldview."
As a reminder, Matt Barber is the same man who insisted that liberals "hate God" and "also hate America". And here he is now accusing someone else of trying to divide America.