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Re: “No decision today on injunction requested against Jason Rapert for blocking comments on social media

This about Freedom of Speech being shut down;
Here is an American 'Senator' who breaks the law,

Comments on Sen. Jason Rapert's official government Facebook And Twitter web pages,
have been deleted, by him,
and commentators have been blocked from commenting.

The comments are all in reference to his promoting the placement of 'The Ten Commandments' on government facilities.

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The comments deleted were (3):

1. ''Mention a god - and you are required to show the evidence to prove the existence of that god -

Otherwise there is no place for any gods in the discussion...
Otherwise there is no reason to believe - except for blind faith -
and that reasonably means that one should not make claims of certitude. ''

2. ''This is an illegal law - on many levels.

First, ''Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,...'' This religious statement is un-Constitutional.

Next, no gods have been proven to exist, so this statement is false. (don't put lies up in front of our children -
This is child abuse)

Finally, as not all Americans follow the god beliefs, or do not follow this particular god, then this is discriminatory - also illegal. ''

3. '' Forcing your gods and your beliefs onto the populace of the nation is theocracy.

A theocracy is tyranny by definition and by action....
We are a democratic Republic -

We, the people, have the right to overthrow a tyranny. ''

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Only a lying coward does this!!!

Posted by Brien Doyle on 01/22/2019 at 10:21 PM

Re: “No decision today on injunction requested against Jason Rapert for blocking comments on social media

What Rapert has done is illegal, and certainly un-ethical. He wants a theocracy within our democratic Republic.
He wants his Bable to be above the Constitution.


This was sent to me from the Senator, by Facebook e-mail,
however was deleted before I could copy the contents from the actual Facebook page.

19 Aug at 2:51 PM
To
Brien Doyle
Facebook
Sen. Jason Rapert mentioned you in a comment.
Sen. Jason Rapert
19 August at 14:51

''Brien Doyle youve earned your ejection bud. No falsehoods allowed here.''

View on Facebook >>

I simply told him to prove the god that he wants to lord over the People of America.



http://www.hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesMai…

https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/govt-a…

https://cases.justia.com/federal/district-…

Posted by Brien Doyle on 01/22/2019 at 10:19 PM
Posted by Brien Doyle on 01/14/2019 at 7:50 PM

Re: “Atheists in court Tuesday to challenge Jason Rapert for blocking criticism on social media

This about Freedom of Speech being shut down;
Here is an American 'Senator' who breaks the law,

Comments on Sen. Jason Rapert's official government Facebook And Twitter web pages,
have been deleted, by him,
and commentors have been blocked from commenting.

The comments are all in reference to his promoting the placement of 'The Ten Commandments' on government facilities.

---------

The comments deleted were (3):

1. ''Mention a god - and you are required to show the evidence to prove the existence of that god -

Otherwise there is no place for any gods in the discussion...
Otherwise there is no reason to believe - except for blind faith -
and that reasonably means that one should not make claims of certitude. ''

2. ''This is an illegal law - on many levels.

First, ''Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,...'' This religious statement is un-Constitutional.

Next, no gods have been proven to exist, so this statement is false. (don't put lies up in front of our children -
This is child abuse)

Finally, as not all Americans follow the god beliefs, or do not follow this particular god, then this is discriminatory - also illegal. ''

3. '' Forcing your gods and your beliefs onto the populace of the nation is theocracy.

A theocracy is tyranny by definition and by action....
We are a democratic Republic -

We, the people, have the right to overthrow a tyranny. ''

---------------

This was sent to me from the Senator, by Facebook e-mail,
however was deleted before I could copy the contents from the actual Facebook page.

19 Aug at 2:51 PM
To
Brien Doyle
Facebook
Sen. Jason Rapert mentioned you in a comment.
Sen. Jason Rapert
19 August at 14:51

''Brien Doyle youve earned your ejection bud. No falsehoods allowed here.''

View on Facebook >>

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Sen. Jason Rapert Twitter Account
@jasonrapert
Who to follow Refresh View all

You are blocked from following @jasonrapert and viewing @jasonrapert's Tweets.

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!!! Reprint the above deleted comments, in his site !!! (Screen shoot, save the results)

[http://www.hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesMai…]


[https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/govt-a…]

[https://cases.justia.com/federal/district-…]

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Brien Doyle on 01/14/2019 at 6:26 PM

Re: “Satanic Temple cleared to enter the 10 Commandments lawsuit

This about Freedom of Speech being shut down;
Here is an American 'Senator' who breaks the law,

Comments on Sen. Jason Rapert's official government Facebook And Twitter web pages,
have been deleted, by him,
and commentors have been blocked from commenting.

The comments are all in reference to his promoting the placement of 'The Ten Commandments' on government facilities.

---------

The comments deleted were (3):

1. ''Mention a god - and you are required to show the evidence to prove the existence of that god -

Otherwise there is no place for any gods in the discussion...
Otherwise there is no reason to believe - except for blind faith -
and that reasonably means that one should not make claims of certitude. ''

2. ''This is an illegal law - on many levels.

First, ''Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,...'' This religious statement is un-Constitutional.

Next, no gods have been proven to exist, so this statement is false. (don't put lies up in front of our children -
This is child abuse)

Finally, as not all Americans follow the god beliefs, or do not follow this particular god, then this is discriminatory - also illegal. ''

3. '' Forcing your gods and your beliefs onto the populace of the nation is theocracy.

A theocracy is tyranny by definition and by action....
We are a democratic Republic -

We, the people, have the right to overthrow a tyranny. ''

---------------

This was sent to me from the Senator, by Facebook e-mail,
however was deleted before I could copy the contents from the actual Facebook page.

19 Aug at 2:51 PM
To
Brien Doyle
Facebook
Sen. Jason Rapert mentioned you in a comment.
Sen. Jason Rapert
19 August at 14:51

''Brien Doyle youve earned your ejection bud. No falsehoods allowed here.''

View on Facebook >>

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Sen. Jason Rapert Twitter Account
@jasonrapert
Who to follow Refresh View all

You are blocked from following @jasonrapert and viewing @jasonrapert's Tweets.

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!!! Reprint the above deleted comments, in his site !!! (Screen shoot, save the results)

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https://cases.justia.com/federal/district-…

http://www.hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesMai…

What Rapert has done has broken Federal Law and should be reported to the FBI. (I have...)

4 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Brien Doyle on 12/19/2018 at 6:01 PM

Re: “Jason Rapert sends out thousands of invites to join newly formed National Association of Christian Lawmakers

I have been blocked and my comments deleted from his "F"B and Twitter sites - when I told him to prove his authority to speak on his god's behalf.

Also - keep in mind that Islam is NOT a race, just as christianity is not a race!!!

Posted by Brien Doyle on 12/07/2018 at 7:45 PM

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