Whoopi Goldberg Wears Anti-Christian Message On Shirt

Flags were down, and tempers were up around the country last week after a shooting  in Nashville, Tennessee.  

A woman-to-man transgender killed three children and three adults at Covenant School.

According to reports, the nine-year-old child of the school’s senior pastor, Chad Scruggs, was among those killed in the horrific incident. Scruggs’ comments to the media reflected the Christian perspective on the tragedy. He stated that he believed she was in the embrace of Christ, who would lift her to life again.

The ringleader of ABC’s “The View,” Whoopi Goldberg, wasted little time in joining a mob that has aggressively sought to denigrate the spiritual strength of Christian prayer rather than lamenting the deaths of innocent people.

Goldberg was seen on set after the assault wearing a sweatshirt on which the words “Thoughts and Prayers” had been crossed out and “Policy and Change” had been written in their place. The nihilist message represents the rising trend to abandon religious faith in favor of government protection.

Anti-gun activist group, People’s Action, has singled out Republicans for responsibility, even though shooters have been mentally troubled and, in most cases, had already been under the FBI’s observation.

Police have named Audrey Hale as the gunman who murdered at least six people, including three children, at Nashville’s Covenant School last Monday morning.

According to local reports, Hale was a trained commercial illustrator and graphic designer who attended Covenant School in her youth.

Just before 11 a.m., police arrived at the primary school and fatally shot Hale.

In the wake of the tragic massacre, the Biden administration advocated for stricter gun control measures, including a prohibition on “assault weapons.”

Hale was born a female but has always identified as a man. Thus she refers to herself with male pronouns. 

According to reports, there is a lengthy manifesto written by Audrey Hale, but the authorities have yet to make it public.