It’s no secret that Democrats despise Christians and would love nothing more than to destroy the concept of religion altogether.
After all, Democrats believe that their radical left-wing ideology is the only true religion anyway.
And now jaw-dropping hidden camera footage of this Democrat politician and ordained minister will make you sick.
Yet another great Bible mystery
Whether or not you’re a Christian, there’s no denying that there are many unanswered mysteries surrounding the Bible.
Where was the Garden of Eden? Who were the Nephilim, the race of giants mentioned in Genesis? How did Methuselah, Noah, Adam, Enoch, and so many other Biblical figures live hundreds of years? Where did the women that Adam and Eve’s sons were said to have married actually come from? What ever happened to the Ark of the Covenant and Holy Grail? Where did the Lost Tribes of Israel go? Why do the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John all largely ignore Jesus’ life prior to his 30th birthday?
Quite frankly, many of the mysteries surrounding the Bible will never be solved – and most don’t really even matter in the grand scheme of things beyond general human curiosity.
But fortunately, one Bible mystery was recently solved.
Back on March 23, the Arizona House of Representatives was alerted of the mystery of the disappearing Bibles – a pair of Bibles typically left on display inside the state House’s members-only lounge had magically vanished.
Fox News reported that “the restricted area is located near the House Floor and is a place where members of the House can go if they need to take a call or meet with other representatives or senior staff members in between votes,” and that while guests are permitted, they must “be escorted while inside.”
Eventually, the Arizona House security team located the two Bibles, which had been hidden under the cushions of two chairs.
But it wasn’t even a week later before yet another Bible went missing from the lounge – it was later found inside a nearby refrigerator.
After the third Bible went missing from the lounge, Arizona House security felt it was a good idea to finally put a security camera in the area – for some reason, while every square inch of the rest of the legislature is covered with cameras, the area where politicians cut deals was skipped.
And inevitably, the pair of Bibles went missing once again on April 10, and when the security team went to review the tape to finally catch the Bible thief in action, they were left totally stunned by what they saw.
In the security footage, Democrat state Rep. Stephanie Stahl-Hamilton, who claims on her website to be an ordained Presbyterian minister, was seen removing the Bibles and hiding them under two of the lounge’s sofas.
Initially, as the video above shows, Stahl-Hamilton refused to answer questions about the matter, even when pressed by reporters in-person at the Arizona legislature.
But on Wednesday, she finally made an apology in a speech on the state House floor, claiming she never meant to offend anyone, and attempted to play it off as if it was simply a prank.
“Members, I stand here today wanting to acknowledge the offense committee by my actions of hiding Bibles in the members’ lounge,” Stahl-Hamilton said.
“I recognize that my actions could have been seen as something less than playful and offensive, and for those of you I have offended, I deeply apologize,” she added. “That was never the intent.”
Her intent, she told CBS 5 Arizona, was a “playful commentary on the separation of church and state,” as she claimed, “she doesn’t have an issue with the Bible.”
“I acknowledge that a conversation about the separation of church and state should have begun with a conversation,” the state Representative claimed. “And for that, I apologize.”
It’s difficult to believe that after Democrats’ years-long, very public quest to take the separation of church and state to the point where “freedom of religion” has been mistaken with “freedom from religion,” not to mention their outright demonization of all Christians, a Democrat politician would find the need to engage in a “playful commentary” on the matter.
After all, it’s not like any Democrat in American politics has had any problem with publicly ridiculing people of faith or calling for the Bible to be banned from specific locations over at least the past two decades.
Furthermore, the idea that she didn’t at least get the hint that the House security team was treating the matter seriously when they first alerted the legislature to the Bibles’ disappearance after the first incident, and continued to do it, tends to indicate it was far more than “playful.”
Regardless of her excuses, it’s clear by her actions that Stephanie Stahl-Hamilton is nothing more than one of many Democrats who despise all religion outside the religion of woke left-wing extremism.
Before It’s Banned will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.