The Church Of Satan Has Figured Out An Absolutely GHOULISH Way Around Texas Abortion Ruling!


Lucien Greaves, the pseudonym of Douglas Mesner, is a social activist and the spokesman and co-founder of The Satanic Temple just opened a dispute about the new abortion laws in Texas by arguing that it violates their “religious freedom” to “abortion rituals.”

That is just another way to fight back to the new law in Texas. Hippy move.

Food and Drug Administration received an arguing letter from the Satanic Temple’s spokesman and co-founder saying that their access to abortion drugs Misoprostol and Mifepristone must be allowed under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) as part of their “Abortion Rituals.”

Lucien Greaves wrote, “I am sure Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton — who famously spends a good deal of his time composing press releases about Religious Liberty issues in other states — will be proud to see that Texas’s robust Religious Liberty laws, which he so vociferously champions, will prevent future Abortion Rituals from being interrupted by superfluous government restrictions meant only to shame and harass those seeking an abortion, Satanists are exempt from these regulations if they undergo first-trimester abortions in accordance with TST’s religious ritual. The satanic abortion ritual involves the recitation of TST’s Third and Fifth Tenets, which celebrate bodily autonomy and the adherence to best scientific practices, along with a personal affirmation that is ceremoniously intertwined with the abortion.”

Previously, the Supreme Court ruled that the state could deny unemployment benefits to a person fired for violating a state prohibition on the use of peyote, even if used during part of a religious ritual. Simply their request is unlikely, not possible as this case applies to the previous ruling for peyote.

Being considered as an IRS-recognized organization with at least 300,000 members — has filed suits in multiple states to highlight religious overreach. In one of the highest-profile of those, the organization argues that it should be allowed to place a bronze statue of the goat-headed entity Baphomet in the Arkansas Capitol since the state is displaying a Ten Commandments monument there.

Sources: The Gateway Pundit, San Antonio Current