MILESTONES • CALIFORNIA IN CONFUSED STATE

by Rev. Austin Miles

This will explain everything. Consider this;

Chief Heather Fong (left), is the first SFPD female, lesbian chief of police.

Theresa Sparks (center),  a former male, is president of the San Francisco Police Commission,  CEO of a multi-million dollar sex toy retailer, and a transgender woman.

Sgt. Stephan Thorne (right), a former female, is the first transgender male SFPD police officer.

Their Representative in Congress is Nancy Pelosi.

Plus that state is run by Governor Moonbeam who doesn’t know WHO he is or why he is governor.

Any questions?

OK, let’s explain the rewards of diversity:

Where else are you going to find an Asian lesbian police chief, one deputy chief who is a woman who was a man,and a police commissioner who was a man and is now a woman whose full-time job is running a dildo store.

Now THAT is diversity. Get with it. Experts agree that diversity is the key to a healthy society.

MilesTones remembers the time when standing on a curb during a visit to San Francisco observing someone, couldn’t help but comment; “That is the strangest looking girl I’ve ever seen.”

“I’ll have you know that is my SON,” a person next to me said indignantly.

“Oh I beg your pardon, I did not know you were his mother.”

“I am NOT his mother!” the clearly agitated person shot back, “I am his FATHER.”

MilesTones walked away with a headache.

And watch for the Big One that is due to hit California at any time.


 

6 responses to “MILESTONES • CALIFORNIA IN CONFUSED STATE

  1. williamjamesward

    The further away from God people go the greater the disorder, that
    is disorder in every conceivable activity of people and understanding
    of right and wrong. God help us, His word tells us about His intervention
    in end times less all flesh should be destroyed…………………William

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  2. What? what has happened to Christian bookstores? is the cause competition from internet? http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2017/february/what-drove-family-christian-stores-out-of-business-after-85-years
    But this doesn’t explain why the chain went bankrupt. Somehow, there just wasn’t a big enough customer base, it seems. I remember back when I lived in a small town in the US, our local Christian bookstore also failed for lack of business. Even after diversifying and bringing in other types of gift items, they failed. I blamed the internet and Amazon. But the customer service and service to God was a sad loss to the community.

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    • It’s been a slow destruction, the society has gone against Christianity and our pulpits are influenced and weak. It’s sad because I loved the card shopping every year after Christmas at 60% off. Now, I have no idea where I’ll find decent cards…much less ornaments that are Christian…all gone.

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  3. williamjamesward

    Go to Christianbook.com, they carry a very large inventory….William

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