Liberals are now taking aim at a painting honoring the victims of 9/11, all because it features a cross. Fox News reports:
A painting at the Camden County Courthouse in Missouri was put up to honor the lives of those who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. It shows the Ground Zero Cross emerging from the rubble as a New York firefighter and young girl look on. The Twin Towers and a plane are shown in silhouette.
But that painting in Camdenton, Miss. has come under fire from a Wisconsin-based anti-religion group that claims the painting is a violation of the separation of church and state. The Freedom From Religion Foundation, or FFRF, has filed a complaint with the county and wants it taken down.
“The ‘9/11 cross’ painting is unconstitutional because a county government cannot display religious symbols on government property under the First Amendment,” FFRF legal fellow, Colin McNamara, told Fox News.
But locals have defended the painting, insisting it’s a beautiful tribute and far from a religious symbol.
This is a simple painting honoring victims, but liberals are hellbent on destroying any trace of God.