Much like Larry Pratt, Todd Starnes also seems to think he can just hide under a rock for a week or two and then parrot back his previously debunked conspiracy theories word for word without needing to worry about getting debunked again.
Despite having tried and failed several times already, Todd Starnes is once again trying to push his conspiracy theory that the Obama administration is actively persecuting Christians, this time warning outright that the US military may come after Christians.
Once again, Starnes's "evidence" of a supposed anti-Christian administration is an example of Christians not being given preferential treatment. This time, it's a training session in Mississippi that included the American Family Association on a list of hate groups.
Or, as Starnes put it, the military "labeled evangelical Christians and Catholics as extremists."
Starnes proceeded to suggest that President Obama may be training the military for a potential attack on Christians in America.
"I am beginning to wonder if the Obama administration is trying to turn the military against the people," said Starnes. "And what better way to do that than to train young soldiers that the folks down at the local First Baptist Church are members of a right-wing extremist hate group?"
No. No they are not.
It wasn't true the first time Todd Starnes tried to push this crap on America, and it still isn't true now.