Thanks ACLU! People walk out of Alaska city meeting after ‘HAIL SATAN’ prayer!

Some rotund idiot thought it would be a great idea to use her constitutional rights to offend and insult people with a “prayer” that ended with “hail Satan!” in city meeting in Alaska.

And you can thank the ACLU for this idiocy.

Several attendees at a government meeting open to the public in Alaska walked out in protest after an opening prayer praised Satan.

The Associated Press reports the prayer, where a woman declared “Hail Satan,” was given by Satanic Temple member Iris Fontana, who won the right to open the meeting with an invocation of her choice.

“That which will not bend, must break, and that which can be destroyed by truth should never be spared as demise. It is done, hail Satan,” Fontana said to open the meeting, according to local radio station KSRM

The controversial prayer Tuesday night started the meeting of the Kenai Peninsula Borough and prompted several attendees to exit.



These people are so stupid. The official church of Satan doesn’t even believe in old scratch (as he’s called in old timey books), they just use it as a symbol of their own ego and libertine freedoms blah blah blah. They should not be respected or equated as a religion, but because of the ACLU and the Supreme Court, we are forced to put up with their stupidity.

Fontana was reportedly among one of the plaintiffs in a lawsuit litigated by the ACLU of Alaska against the borough after it approved a policy in 2016 to only allow people belonging to official organizations with an established presence on the Kenai Peninsula to give invocations at meetings.

Fontana needs to pray that someone snatches them donuts out of her mouth and forces her into a gym. Sheesh.

Last year, the Alaska Supreme Court ruled that the borough policy was unconstitutional and the policy was changed to allow anyone to offer invocations regardless of affiliation.

Given that the founders only wrote that the government would not establish a state religion but allowed every other level of government to recognize the Christian faith, I kinda doubt this is what they intended. But that’s where we are…

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69 thoughts on “Thanks ACLU! People walk out of Alaska city meeting after ‘HAIL SATAN’ prayer!

  1. I dont understand. Were they forced to invite a satanist? I think a town council should be able to invite whoever they wish and ideally someone who represents majority religion of the town. But to force a minority view on the majority is tyranny. Seems like a case for SCOTUS!

      1. @t_ump
        If someone wants to be ignored for their invocation, then so be it.
        Now nobody will ever listen to her again when approaches the podium to even begin. She’ll get a walkout.
        Eventually, she’ll give up.
        Like any child, when the result you want to achieve (attention) is not met, you change course.

        1. My guess is that a walkout is exactly the kind of attention she wants, and so far she’s getting it. I mean here we are, a long ways from Alaska, discussing her.

  2. Real account of church of satan guy on late night radio show.

    Late night host: So church of satan guy, according to your beliefs, are there any unforgivable sins?

    Church of satan guy: Yes, the sin of stupidity.

    Late night host: Interesting. Well we’re coming to a break. Can you stay for the next half hour?

    Church of satan guy: Depends. How long will that take….?

    Oops.

      1. @t_ump
        If someone wants to be ignored for their invocation, then so be it.
        Now nobody will ever listen to her again when approaches the podium to even begin. She’ll get a walkout.
        Eventually, she’ll give up.
        Like any child, when the result you want to achieve (attention) is not met, you change course.

        1. My guess is that a walkout is exactly the kind of attention she wants, and so far she’s getting it. I mean here we are, a long ways from Alaska, discussing her.

          1. I spent six years up there fishing and met many alaskan people. This is not who they are. Even the Eskimos believe in God and won’t put up with this tomfoolery.

  3. I dont understand. Were they forced to invite a satanist? I think a town council should be able to invite whoever they wish and ideally someone who represents majority religion of the town. But to force a minority view on the majority is tyranny. Seems like a case for SCOTUS!

  4. Sooper for the win with the fat shaming. Also, thanks for not providing a video. I appreciate that; wouldn’t have watched it anyway. Would’ve needed a shower and brain bleach afterward.

  5. I wonder if she ever met this one she’s “praying” to. I think she’ll be disappointed in her final destination. She’s consulting with the wrong travel agent.

  6. Real account of church of satan guy on late night radio show.

    Late night host: So church of satan guy, according to your beliefs, are there any unforgivable sins?

    Church of satan guy: Yes, the sin of stupidity.

    Late night host: Interesting. Well we’re coming to a break. Can you stay for the next half hour?

    Church of satan guy: Depends. How long will that take….?

    Oops.

  7. Scary that freaks like her roam free. Kudos to the the people who waked out. :thumbsup:

    1. Satan’s minions are everywhere and, perhaps, never more so than nowadays. Surely, we are in the End Times, exactly as described in Scripture.

  8. they just use it as a symbol of their own ego and libertine freedoms blah blah blah.

    And to troll the Christians.

  9. “Fontana needs to pray that someone snatches them donuts out of her mouth and forces her into a gym. Sheesh.”

    Oh snap! Soopermexican, hilarious.

  10. I prefer to look at the fact that people walked out. Yeah, you can say that. But, no, we don’t have to agree with you or even stay in the same room. But, at the very least, she’s more honest than the muslims.

  11. It’s a shame someone didn’t have “Holy Water” with them. They could’ve thrown it at her and watch her scream and writhe in pain.

    BTW, I would have walked out too.

  12. She probable felt so warm and fuzzy for that brave move, that she went home and pleasured herself and pouring milk all over her body while chanting.

  13. This is why we can’t have nice things.

    OTOH, it’s also one more reason why Trump will probably get re-elected.

      1. It’s weird how “ain’t that the truth” is the exact opposite of “that ain’t the truth”

  14. This is NOT what the Founders had in mind when they created the First Amendment. They specifically had Christianity in mind. Unfortunately, they couldn’t have foreseen the day when this nation would turn away from its Christian roots. Here’s what Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story had to say about the First Amendment:

    “The real object of the (first) amendment was, not to countenance (permit), much less to advance Mahometanism (Islam), or Judaism, or infidelity (unbelief), by prostrating (lowering) Christianity; but to exclude all rivalry among Christian sects, and to prevent any national ecclesiastical establishment, which should give to an hierarchy (position) the exclusive patronage (support) of the national government.”

  15. I would hope the voters there take note of those who stood with arms folded in a respectful manner during this satanic prayer. There was no reason for them (if they disagreed with it anyway) to show any kind of respect. To do so only sent a wrong message that it was acceptable. I would have walked out myself.

  16. This is pure lunacy. Why she would want to say prayer in front of people that abhor what she believes in is beyond me. She should have more respect for others. I think she is doing it for the same reason the gay people are suing Christian businesses….to force herself on everyone else.

        1. @ruthiedoggiemom No, but my point is that she may not happily touch currency with “In God We Trust” on it. I rarely touch real money out of convenience, but she may make it a practice to avoid it.

  17. “Fontana needs to pray that someone snatches them donuts out of her mouth and forces her into a gym. Sheesh.”

    Oh snap! Soopermexican, hilarious.

  18. I prefer to look at the fact that people walked out. Yeah, you can say that. But, no, we don’t have to agree with you or even stay in the same room. But, at the very least, she’s more honest than the muslims.

  19. It’s a shame someone didn’t have “Holy Water” with them. They could’ve thrown it at her and watch her scream and writhe in pain.

    BTW, I would have walked out too.

  20. She probable felt so warm and fuzzy for that brave move, that she went home and pleasured herself and pouring milk all over her body while chanting.

  21. This is why we can’t have nice things.

    OTOH, it’s also one more reason why Trump will probably get re-elected.

  22. This is NOT what the Founders had in mind when they created the First Amendment. They specifically had Christianity in mind. Unfortunately, they couldn’t have foreseen the day when this nation would turn away from its Christian roots. Here’s what Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story had to say about the First Amendment:

    “The real object of the (first) amendment was, not to countenance (permit), much less to advance Mahometanism (Islam), or Judaism, or infidelity (unbelief), by prostrating (lowering) Christianity; but to exclude all rivalry among Christian sects, and to prevent any national ecclesiastical establishment, which should give to an hierarchy (position) the exclusive patronage (support) of the national government.”

  23. I would hope the voters there take note of those who stood with arms folded in a respectful manner during this satanic prayer. There was no reason for them (if they disagreed with it anyway) to show any kind of respect. To do so only sent a wrong message that it was acceptable. I would have walked out myself.

  24. This is pure lunacy. Why she would want to say prayer in front of people that abhor what she believes in is beyond me. She should have more respect for others. I think she is doing it for the same reason the gay people are suing Christian businesses….to force herself on everyone else.

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