Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Gays Demand Navy Fire Chaplain

Members of Congress are weighing in with the Secretary of the Navy in the case of Chaplain Wes Modder, who is being forced out of the Navy after complaints by a gay officer who hid his sexual orientation.

(Breitbart) Thirty-five Members of Congress have written Secretary Ray Mabus and the Chief of Chaplains Rear Admiral Margaret Kibben asking them to "protect military chaplains' freedom to practice their religion according to the tenets of their faith."

Modder, who has served just shy of 20 years in the military, has religiously counseled thousands of sailors and Marines over his long career, often in combat situations. He has only ever received sterling recommendations from his superior officers.

Even so, after the implementation of open gays serving in the military, Modder came under scrutiny by a gay officer working as a temp in his office. The officer never revealed to Modder that he was both gay and married to a man. The officer sought out other sailors who were counseled by Modder and got them to complain about Modder’s counseling on homosexuality and sex outside of marriage.

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche