By suggesting all Christians are Republican, Biden’s IRS is making America more polarized than ever | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

By suggesting all Christians are Republican, Biden’s IRS is making America more polarized than ever

A non-profit group Christians Engaged has been refused tax exempt status due to apparent Republican leanings. Making judgements on people’s politics based on religion is a bad idea that can only further divide the US.

Joe Biden is no stranger to controversies with the IRS. During his time as vice president with the Obama administration, there was widespread criticism of its targeting of conservative groups using the IRS as a bludgeon. There was always the possibility that history may repeat itself, but an IRS letter recently sent to the group Christians Engaged – which denied the non-profit organization tax-exempt status – could take things to a whole new level.

Christians Engaged’s mission statement reveals its intent “to awaken, motivate, and empower ordinary believers in Jesus Christ to: pray for our nation regularly, vote in every election to impact our culture, and engage our hearts in some form of political education or activism for the furtherance of our nation.” Sounds innocent enough.

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