Veteran Is Kicked Out Of Obama’s Military Because He’s A ‘Conservative Christian’

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November 13, 2015 9:34am PST

Nathan Sommers is a veteran of the US Army who has served his country for 25 years. Unfortunately, he has just filed a lawsuit claiming he was kicked out of Obama’s military for being a conservative Christian man.

Last year, Sommers was ordered to stop reading books by Christian authors. According to American News, he was then chastised for serving Chick-fil-A sandwiches at a party he threw to celebrate his promotion.

Obama and his minions, of course, hate Chick-fil-A because of the restaurant chain’s conservative Christian values.

In his lawsuit, Sommers claims that he was eventually forced to retire because of his conservative Christian beliefs.

“Those who protect our rights must be allowed to exercise them,” attorney John Wells told reporters. “Master Sergeant Sommers did nothing to interfere with good order and discipline. He was the perfect soldier.”

It should be noted that Sommers received the Army Commendation Medal during his time in the military.

“Congress has enacted laws to protect the free expression of religious beliefs in the armed forces,” Wells added. “The Army Band broke those laws and they will be held accountable.”

Obama’s persecution of conservative Christians has gone WAY too far. It’s sickening that young people are now being forced to hide their conservative Christian views in order to serve in the military…

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