In Garissa, Kenya, radical Islamists violently murdered people for being Christians. In Indiana owners of a pizza shop received death threats – and an arson threat from a teacher – for being Christians.
Celebrities and their too-cool-for-school media sycophants were largely silent regarding the Kenya slaughter.
Celebrities and the bitterly clinging to Jon Stewart, Tosh 2.0, and Vox.com crowd were quick to side against Indiana for it’s religious freedom law.
It’s informative that the tolerant, diverse, inclusive, and co-existing left in both cases chose to take an intolerant, hierarchical, exclusionary, and prejudicial stance against one particular religion.
Some will suggest that Al-Shabaab and Miley Cyrus operate on two very different wavelengths. Maybe. Then again, what if this was the 1960’s and the KKK was lynching black people in Alabama. Then a “Vote for George Wallace” sign appeared on the lawn of a prominent figure. All of a sudden those wavelengths aren’t that different after all.
To borrow from the left “if you’re not a part of the solution you are part of the problem”.The Christian faith represents a problem for the left.
They’ll deny it. They’ll try and distance themselves from it. Those leftists that read this article will resort to ad hominem attacks to try and change the topic. The public record, their words, and their selective silence can’t be denied. They said what they said. They were silent when they didn’t have to be — to quote REM “silence means approval”. Their position is clear.