Kevin Fobbs
Feminazi NOW targets Catholic Nuns Charity and places on 'Dirty 100' Hit List!
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By Kevin Fobbs
July 12, 2014

The Feminazi organization National Organization for Women (NOW) has struck again with more of their bra burning ferocity. To be honest just how low can a group sink in order to attack an organization of innocent nuns who devote their life to taking care of the elderly in their last months of life? Well according to CBN, (NOW) fits the bill perfectly. NOW has opened up its targeting guns on the Catholic charity Little Sisters of the Poor and placed them on their infamous list of the 'Dirty 100" groups that sued Obama's HHS because of the mandate that requires provision of contraceptives in insurance coverage.

Ordinarily most people would simply dismiss the organization of women libbers as a collection of lunatic fringe dwellers, but not so quick. NOW is an organization that does not do anything in a vacuum. Its leaders must sense that it had the backing from its liberal feminist elite supporters in the White House to attack the nuns.

Of course, one might think that there are boundaries to what decent understanding folks would limit themselves to. But not so for the feminist attack group NOW. It matters little that to them that for nearly a century or more the Little Sisters of the Poor has been serving the elderly poor in America as well as 29 other countries around the globe. To NOW, the nuns and the poor elderly that they serve are fair game, which is despicable by any measurement of decency.

John 12:26 "If anyone serves me, he must follow me; and where I am, there will my servant be also. If anyone serves me, the Father will honor him."

Stop of a moment and just imagine what would have to go through a leader at NOW's head to even conceive that a group of nuns should have to break their religious convictions for the sake of a socialist political mandate. The answer is apparent, in that religious convictions have no worth and certainly no value to NOW, even as the religious group itself celebrates the solidarity of the human family and the wisdom of age.

After all, in the age of Obamanism, NOW and organizations like that have free reign. So it comes up with onerous campaigns like "Ditch the Dirty 100." In this campaign the morality challenged organization of women is requesting that NOW supporters fill out a form online. The form in parts says in part, "I do not believe that the religious beliefs of an employer trump the religious freedoms and bodily autonomy of their company's female employees...As such, I cannot support businesses, nonprofits, and religious entities that do not respect the reproductive rights of their employees," reported CBN.

Perhaps turnabout is fair play. Groups, organizations and individuals which support Little Sisters of the Poor should begin an online movement to "Ditch the Dirty Heretic 100." But then again, that list might actually stretch into the tens of thousands.

There is a reckoning which is coming to organizations like NOW which are hell bent to destroy the caretakers that are on a mission from God. The backlash has just begun on social media as well as on conservative talk shows. NOW has placed itself in the unenviable position of becoming a pit bull that is attacking an innocent dove, and it will inherit the whirlwind for its action.

Galatians 6:7 "Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap."

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Kevin Fobbs Media Bio: 05-21-2021

About Kevin Fobbs: Kevin Fobbs, a native Detroiter, is Chairman of the American Christian Civil Rights Movement (ACCRM), President of NAACP2021: National Association for the Advancement of Canceled People, Managing Partner of Ascension Entertainment Productions, and director of RTL Productions. He is a producer of the Holocaust-themed movie drama "Never Again," collaborator on the 2018 police documentary "Bleeding Blue" and producer/director of post-Civil War - World War II historical Christian southern civil rights drama "Johnathan - Living on the Edge of History," and Exec/Director-Producer of the film version of his soon to be released book a modern Christian fairy tale "Bernadine and Winston the Crooked Worm's Four Seasons of Life."

In the 1970's Kevin became a professional journalist and attended Wayne State University Law School. His written work has appeared in the New York Times and he has written for The Detroit News, The Michigan Chronicle, Clash Daily, Renew America, Communities Digital News (CDN) among others.

Kevin is co-writer of "Sandy Hook Massacre: When Seconds Count - Police Are Minutes Away In 2014 Kevin, together with his grandson, co-authored the Christian children's book "Is There a Lion in My Kitchen? " He is co-author of "Shut Yo' Mouth! How the Left Plays the Race Card to Silence Conservatives and How to Stop It.

He is co-host of New Right Network's "American Exceptionalism" and upcoming "American Correct" podcast shows.

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For nearly 40 years, Kevin's personal devotion to Christian conservative values and principles has guided his public service in both state and national government, as well as private sector and media leadership roles, including elected and appointed positions. The primary Biblical verse that guides Kevin is: Isaiah 6:8 (NIV) 8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!"

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