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Beth Moore’s Daughter Exploits Nashville Victims, Vows to Retaliate Against Conservatives by Teaching Kids to be Woke

by | Mar 28, 2023

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By now, you’re probably aware of the horrific tragic shooting in Nashville yesterday carried out by a “transgender” person at a Christian school. Despite this anti-Christian hate crime being perpetrated by a leftist who hated God, the typical woke mouthpieces are exploiting this crime in order to push gun control.

Of course, we all know that gun control only applies to law-abiding citizens and that mass shootings only ever happen in gun-free zones, but that doesn’t matter. Beth Moore’s daughter wants your Christian children dead.

Exploiting the tragic incident yesterday, Amanda Jones, Beth Moore’s daughter, promised to retaliate against conservatives and the Republican party by homeschooling her children and teaching them to be “woke.”

“If I have to homeschool my kids to keep them alive,” she said in a post on Twitter, “I will give them an education so woke, so social justice-oriented, they will be a stench in the nostrils of the GOP. I will take pleasure in it every single day.”

To fully understand what Jones is saying here, one simply needs to peruse the remainder of the thread and understand it in the context of her family upbringing. Beth Moore clearly failed at raising her children to be upright, seek the truth in all things, and to honor God with their words and deeds. Instead, Jones, like your typical liberal feminist, knows nothing more than to parrot superficial, low-IQ talking points from MSNBC.

If Jones truly cared about keeping children alive—and let’s be clear, she doesn’t—then she wouldn’t be pushing ungodly ideologies that teach children to hate each other. From her tweet alone, it’s clear that her ultimate desire is for her children to hate conservatives which, of course, will only lead them to carry out the same kind of attacks that the leftist shooter in Nashville carried out on conservative Christians. You can’t regulate hatred by removing guns from society—if someone who hates you truly wants you dead, they will figure out a way to kill you.

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Perusing the rest of the thread, it’s clear that Moore’s daughter has completely embraced the sexual immorality, the foolishness of the transgender movement, and every other form of godlessness that leads godless people to hate God’s people. Another person on the thread, to which Jones favorably responded, explained that she was already doing what Jones promised to do by teaching her children about homosexual “inclusivity” and reading “banned books.”

By “banned books,” this person is referring to child-exploitative pornographic books with graphic details and depictions of underage child homosexual encounters that have been banned in many schools in areas controlled by Republican legislatures.

Clearly, guns are the problem and all of this has nothing to do with the mental, emotional, and spiritual state of a society that has been far removed from God and embraced God-hating liberalism. This is the fruit of Beth Moore’s movement, the world that Beth Moore and her family want. They want a world filled with sexual immorality and anyone who opposes it dead.

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