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How A Christian Commencement Speech Triggered A Civil Rights Investigation In Missouri

One offended civil servant now finds herself at the center of a criminal investigation

It’s that time of year again where celebrities are invited to give inspiring commencement speeches to this year’s grads.

Seinfield got a lot of attention for the walk-out. Some grad wrote his speech while high out of his gourd.

Justice Alito gave a warning about the erosion of free speech and religious liberty…

“Support for freedom of speech is declining dangerously, especially where it should find deepest acceptance,” he said.
A university, he said, should be “a place for reasoned debate.” But he added that “today, very few colleges live up to that ideal.”

The public response to the commencement address at another school set out to prove Alito right about the decline of freedom of speech and disparagement of religion.

When Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker gave a speech singing the praises of marriage, child-rearing, and how having a wife who chose to be a homemaker has been instrumental in his own success, the usual suspects raged against it.

Butker appeared as the commencement speaker last week at Benedictine College, a private Catholic liberal arts school in Kansas, and said most of the women receiving degrees were probably more excited about getting married and having children.
Butker also said some Catholic leaders were “pushing dangerous gender ideologies onto the youth of America.”
“Harrison Butker gave a speech in his personal capacity,” Jonathan Beane, NFL senior vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer, said in a statement released Thursday. “His views are not those of the NFL as an organization. The NFL is steadfast in our commitment to inclusion, which only makes our league stronger.”
— AP

The league immediately distanced themselves from him, as a petition with over 150k names has been launched demanding he be booted from the league. The coven on The View has claimed he needed therapy, claiming he had ‘mommy issues’.

But one government employee in Kansas City thought it would be a good idea to dox him.

The original tweet has since been deleted, but the internet, as they say, ‘is forever’.

The person behind that account is about to find out the hard way that violating a person’s human rights comes with consequences… particularly when you do so in the official capacity of a government body.

The replies to that tweet included one entry listing details of a ‘she/her’ account with job titles and descriptions that looked like
she might be the person responsible for that specific role in Kansas City.

Omitting the name, details of the post included a ‘social media’ job title and relevant training.

If that’s the same person, she might want to take a minute to update her resume. You know, just in case anything might happen that she might need it.

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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck