Ted Cruz Writes Sermon, Encourages Thousands Of Pastors To Violate Federal Law By Reading In Church (VIDEO)

Ted Cruz, ever desperate for attention and having zero clue about the laws he is supposed to live by, wrote his own sermon recently. The sermon was sent to thousands of pastors, and in it he called for the destruction of planned parenthood. A portion is as follows:

When an individual or a nation stiff arms the character of God and embraces an abomination as the law of the land, it ends in disaster. When rebellious people disregard the compass of the most powerful, it is a very short step to dismembering the bodies of the most vulnerable. Like other nations, America has taken that step. It is time for a turnaround.

Surely Ted knows that God created the entire universe with a thought, but somehow he can’t manage to close down Planned Parenthood without the help of American voters.

Ted Cruz and any pastor that participates in this, are in clear violation of federal law.

It is unconstitutional for any governmental representative to attempt to influence or control the workings of any body of faith in this country, as long as the actions of that body are not muddling around in public policy, or negatively impacting the public good. Also, it is against tax law for any church to promote political views, candidates, or legislation in any way and remain in a “non-profit” status.

According to the I.R.S.:

An organization will be regarded as attempting to influence legislation if it contacts, or urges the public to contact, members or employees of a legislative body for the purpose of proposing, supporting, or opposing legislation, or if the organization advocates the adoption or rejection of legislation.


Churches have a tenuous relationship with the IRS at best, these days. More and more, they are being exposed for the tax shelters and faith-based fraud mills that they really are. If they begin taking cues from people like Ted Cruz, the nation is doomed.

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