You knew that the IRS was bad.
What you didn’t know is that they were in league with the devil.
Ok, to be serious, we don’t have the definitive evidence that they are in fact in league with the devil.
But just what can explain this?
From Free Beacon:
The Internal Revenue Service granted an “After School Satan Club” their tax exempt status. The approval process for the group’s non-profit status took only 10 days, according to records obtained by Judicial Watch on Friday.
10 days? It generally takes the government 10 days just to tell you it will take them six months to consider you normally.
Do you remember how long it took conservative Tea Party groups to get their status? I think there may sill be some waiting.
During a three year period under Lois Lerner, the IRS Exempt Organizations Unit denied non-profit status to all but one conservative group.
The Satan Cub was started by Reason Alliance, a Somerville, Mass. based non-profit organization that operates the Satanic Temple of Seattle. The club was founded at Point Defiance Elementary in Tacoma, Wash and is open to children from 5-12 years old. The groups also asks each child what church he/she attends.
Here’s a video the group puts out, warning for creepy.
Ok, just how deliberately creepy was that? This is rationalism? No, this is “let’s make normal people nervous with a weird troll video.”
It may surprise no one that no little kid has signed up yet for the club in Point Defiance.