After an explosion rips through a small town school, the team must track down the bomber before another attack occurs.

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After an explosion rips through a small town school, the team must track down the bomber before another attack occurs.

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Here is the fire disappointing politically correct view
17 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love the TV series Criminal Minds. I wanted to try the spin-off; Criminal Minds – Suspect Behavior, and did so last night. The show is new, the agenda was not. Once again, I watched Hollyweird's attack on Christianity. The character played by Janeane Garofalo, special agent Beth Grifith, knew her extremists. Naturally, when looking for a suspect that would kill his own and other children, the cast went where we all would – the local church. And not just any church, Garofalo's character was certain to go to the local evangelical Bible believing church.

And why wouldn't they? When it comes to mass murderers of children evangelical Christians are the first place to look. To prove this, watch any Hollywierd movie or T.V show involving evangelical Christians. They are always the bad guy. Problem is Hollywierd is not reality.

Name one instance of evangelical Christians committing acts of mass murder. Timothy McVeigh is the liberal favorite go-to-guy to castigate Christianity. Problem is, he renounced Christianity in his own book. Could it be the school shooting in Paducah, KY? Sorry, they targeted and shot professing Christians. How about Michael Moore's favorite distortion; Columbine? That is not a good example either. There is no such thing as the Evangelical Church of the Goth Cult.

Fact of the matter is, the best example of a religiously motivated mas murder of school children was in Beslin, Russia. But Hollywierd, and Janeane Garofalo, would not be willing to name that Religion. That would not be politically correct. (As a hint, that protected religion's name begins with an 'I', and ends with 'slam'.) The vast majority of practitioners of that religion are peaceful. The same is true of evangelical Christianity.

As soon as I saw Janeane Garofalo was in the cast, I knew there would be Hollywierd distortions, indoctrination and Politically Correct bias. Hollyweird of course allows for Christianity, as long as it is the right kind; it first must bow to Hollyweird's liberalism.

If the target of the smear was any group other than evangelical Christianity, the same politically correct crowd would be apoplectic.


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