Judge Says Shootings and Death ‘Filled Void’ After Removing God from School


A wise man said that after we removed God from schools, death and shootings filled the void where he once was. That man was Judge Roy Moore, who is also the GOP frontrunner form Alabama for the U.S. Senate.

Moore makes an excellent point, though. While, yes, there have been shootings and deaths at schools in the past, they have exceptionally increased since liberals pushed to remove God from every inch of every school. Heck, they even tried to remove him from the national anthem!

When God is removed from the equation, only destruction can equate.

Moore said, “You wonder why we’re having shootings, and killings here in 2017? Because we’ve asked for it,” he continued, “We’ve taken God out of everything. We’ve taken prayer out of school, we’ve taken prayer out of council meetings.”

Moore added, “We are losing the acknowledgement of God and I’m standing here talking to Christians and pastors and I’m telling you we’re losing the acknowledgement of God.”

Breitbart reports:

Andrew Kaczynski’s KFile on CNN dug up a video of Moore from late August speaking at Citizen Impact USA, making the comments that have CNN and the GOP establishment in Washington similarly freaked out.

After, per Kaczynski, Moore began “reciting several verses from the Old Testament book of Hosea that deal with lack of knowledge of God,” the front-running candidate for the U.S. Senate in Alabama argued that shootings and killings in U.S. society today is because of the lack of God in public life.

In a video of Moore’s speech to Citizen Impact USA, he can be heard saying, “There’s no truth, no mercy, no knowledge of God in the land.” He then referenced Hosea 4:2 (King James Version) saying, “By swearing and lying and killing and stealing … they break forth and blood touches blood.”

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