Scientology as a religious movement is dangerous and in some hand bizarre to say at least. The customs are strict and some awful things are being done in the name of that religion. People want to know how and why Scientology has such a big influence on those who are part of it.
“King of Queens” star Leah Remini gave other former Scientologists a platform with the A&E series to discuss their experiences. A lot of shocking revelations about the notorious church surfaced when a former Scientology member made shocking allegations about the church’s protocols on women having children.
Claire Headley then explained: “If a woman got pregnant, she would instantly be scheduled to get an abortion.”
And this is just one piece of a bigger problem.
Luckily, this week, Trump made a big move against Scientology that made some people worried hell.
Via Fox News: “President Trump reportedly wants the Church of Scientology to lose its tax-exempt status, a longtime aide and friend to the commander-in-chief told actress Leah Remini.
Lynne Patton, a friend of the Trump family and official at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), told Remini, a former member but now outspoken critic of Scientology, that Trump wanted to revoke the church’s tax-exempt status.
Patton wrote to Remini in May: “From The moment I saw your series I told President Trump & his family we needed to revoke their tax exempt status. They couldn’t agree more, but please don’t publicize that yet. This is going to get done in the next 4 years or I’ll die trying. Knock on wood!”
Patton responded to Remini’s email the next day stating: “I look forward to doing my part to help put an end to this ongoing nightmare and blatant misuse of our IRS rules & regulations. … I want to do more research on Scientology’s history with the IRS, to date, so that I can better understand what tactics have been applied and where we can pick up. Would you have any of this information handy? If not, I will obtain it from the agency directly, Kindly advise!”
The IRS granted the church tax-exempt status following a long battle the church waged against the agency, Fortune reported. Scientology members filed dozens of lawsuits against IRS employees and the agency. Members also hired private investigators to find any information against IRS employees to use against them.”
President Trump is the greatest. Finally something pretty much all Americans can agree on.
A fair tax would not allow an exemption or an exception for any church. If you believe in a God you don’t have to pay taxes. If you don’t believe in a God you do. We need a FAIR & FLAT tax system, not one based on pagan rituals.
We must not allow anybody to start a religion on their property/in their home and call it the “Church of ______” and claim a tax “exception” and refuse to pay taxes.
But, this “church” is all about extreme levels of control of its members and making money from weak people.
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