Sunday Afternoon, May 8, 2022
This month is designated by Congress to honor
our men and women in uniform.

"Lt. Khadijah Simmons had a spotless military record.
But when she became Lt. Khadijah X, everything changed"

"Lloyd Austin made it clear that we were going to wipe out
extremism in the military after Jan 6. But it wasn't Muslims
who did that. It wasn't Buddhists, atheists, agnostics,
secular humanists, Jews or Native American spiritualists."
—MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein
1LT Khadijah X
1LT Khadijah X

Military was told to purge "extremists" after Jan. 6
— so it went after a Black Muslim officer

By: Paul Rosenberg

Sunday, May 8, 2022
Paul Rosenberg details the appalling treatment of Army First Lieutenant Khadijah X, an aspiring Army dentist with a spotless military record, after her conversion to Islam and name change from Khadijah Simmons to Khadijah X. Subjected to an AR-15-6 investigation that could lead to her separation from the service, 1LT X has come to MRFF for assistance.

Christian Nationalism, Kennedy v. Bremerton
with Brigadier General Martin France (ret.)

Saturday, May 7, 2022
Podcast episode description: “In an ongoing conversation I’ve been having with the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, we’re talking with Marty about a potentially groundbreaking case regarding the establishment clause of the Constitution. This is an important conversation and a must-listen episode. “
May is Military Appreciation Month

By: MRFF Board Member John Compere

Sunday, May 1, 2022
John Compere
May is designated National Military Appreciation Month by the US Congress to provide a grateful nation the opportunity to publicly demonstrate appropriate appreciation for the service and sacrifice made by our military members and their families.

Military Appreciation Month this year includes observances of Loyalty Day (May 1), Military Spouse Appreciation Day (May 6), Victory in Europe Day (May 8), Children of Fallen Patriots Day (May 13), Armed Forces Day (May 21) and Memorial Day (May 30).

Loyalty Day begins military appreciation month by reaffirming our national loyalty and reflecting on our constitutional freedoms. Military members, upon entering military service, take a sworn oath to support, defend and bear true faith and allegiance to the US Constitution because we are one nation under the Constitution and it is the Constitution in which we must trust. It is historically significant we were the first nation established independently by and for “We the People” (Constitution Preamble) with no reference to other authority (emperor, monarch, dictator, deity, religion, scripture, etc).

Military Spouse Appreciation Day is on Friday before Mother’s Day and honors military spouses by recognizing their contributions, support and sacrifices as well as the role of military families in keeping our military strong and ready.

Victory in Europe Day or V-E Day celebrates the day in 1945 when Germany unconditionally surrendered to the Allies marking the end of World War II, Nazi fascism and the Holocaust in Europe. 

Children of Fallen Patriots Day remembers and acknowledges the children left behind by our fallen military members and the suffering and struggle they have to endure because of the death of their parents.

Armed Forces Day traditionally concludes Armed Forces Week and recognizes the men and women in the active, reserve and national guard components of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and Space Force. It is a special day of appreciation for those serving, their families and the communities supporting them. It is also a reminder of the military’s importance and the critical role it plays in our independence, security and democracy. There are more than 1.3 million active duty members and 1.02 million reserve or guard members. Approximately 173,000 are deployed worldwide in 150 foreign countries. These are the military men and women currently serving in their uniform.

Memorial Day is our national holiday for remembering the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in the military service of this country to preserve the freedoms we have as Americans. It memorializes our patriotic military members who gave their lives defending this country. The National Moment of Remembrance Act requests that we pause at 3pm for one minute as an act of national unity to remember our fallen military heroes. 1,354,644+ have perished fighting for this country and 40,031+ remain missing in action. These are the military men and women who never made it out of their uniform.

It is important to remember that Veterans Day is our national holiday every November 11th commemorating the World War I armistice (declared at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918). It honors those patriotic men and women, living or deceased, who served our country honorably in the military during war or peacetime for any length of service and are no longer serving. There are 18.8 million veterans living in the United States. These are the military men and women who have hung up their uniform.

It is also important to note military members are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 (along with other immunizations) to insure military readiness and protect our military from disease. This mandatory requirement originated when General George Washington ordered the Continental Army to be vaccinated against smallpox in 1777. 96% of the active military have been vaccinated to date preventing this infectious disease from spreading, infecting and harming the military community. Those vaccinated are to be saluted for their allegiance, compliance and patriotism.

As loyal and patriotic Americans, we extend genuine gratitude to all military members and their families serving this country.

John Compere
Brigadier General, US Army (Retired) 
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Board Member, Military Religious Freedom Foundation
Texas rancher
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“Thank you for all you do to
prevent another Holocaust!”


Thank you for all you do to prevent another Holocaust! I have copied this from a chaplain friend. – (name withheld)

Today beginning at sunset and ending at sunset on Thursday is the solemn occasion of Yom HaShoah, also known as the Holocaust Day of Remembrance. 

On this date people of good conscious are called to commemorate the lives and heroism of the six million Jewish people who died in the Holocaust between 1933 and 1945. As professional multi-faith chaplains we are committed to the recognition and honoring the dignity of all lives; however, we also recognize that this has not been and isn’t always the case —that there have been among our human siblings those who have been marginalized, oppressed and even murdered because of their race, their color and/or their faith/spiritual traditions. 

We Remember Them 
At the rising sun and at its going down; We remember them.
At the blowing of the wind and in the chill of winter; We remember them.
At the opening of the buds and in the rebirth of spring; We remember them.
At the blueness of the skies and in the warmth of summer; We remember them.
At the rustling of the leaves and in the beauty of the autumn; We remember them.
At the beginning of the year and when it ends; We remember them.
As long as we live, they too will live, for they are now a part of us as; We remember them.
When we are weary and in need of strength; We remember them.
When we are lost and sick at heart; We remember them.
When we have decisions that are difficult to make; We remember them.
When we have joy we crave to share; We remember them.
When we have achievements that are based on theirs; We remember them.
For as long as we live, they too will live, for they are now a part of us as we remember them. ~ 
May we remember and join voices in committing to “never again”.

~ Sylvan Kamens & Rabbi Jack Riemer

Mr Weinstein

I’m a lawyer and an Air Force Academy grad. I recently attended an event commemorating the end of WW1 and the dedication of a memorial to the soldiers and sailors who lost their lives In service to our nation.

There were sibling veterans in attendance and the local VFW Post presented the colors. The audience also included civilian townspeople. A Vietnam-era veteran was the guest speaker. A military chaplain, in uniform, led a prayer. He ended it the way many Christian pastors do, “in Jesus’ name. Amen” I’m a Christian who sent my child to religious based schools and I’m a graduate of a Jesuit college and often signed school papers, AMDG (for the greater glory of God). I’ve studied the Constitution and value both the free exercise of my faith and the prohibitions against establishing any preferred religion.

The chaplain’s prayer bothered me because his prayer was not inclusive of all who attended the event. I sent him a note to say so. His response indicated that he didn’t think he could be open and candid with me because he was afraid that I’d share it with the MRFF or you. He did offer an answer that clarified that he was permitted to pray in his faith tradition, and that the audience was not military members who were obligated to attend. In my opinion, his explanation showed he was within the guidelines for chaplains.

It also showed me that the MRFF message is getting through to military leaders and to the chaplain corps. You’re making a difference. Keep up the good work!

(name and all other ID information withheld; emphasis in bold added)
"Mikey Weinstein is the Worst Antisemite"

I’m not saying that we agree with the Russians all the time but they are right with when they say that Hitler was actually a jew and that the worst antisemites are usually the jews themselves.

That said Mikey Weinstein would be the worst antisemite in the world today for his and the MFFR’s vicious attacks on Christians in the military.

Keep it up Mikey and the MFFR. You and your kinsmen brought the ovens onto yourselves.

Your legacy of hatred for Jesus and His followers shows you all to be the true antisemites.

Heil Hitler=Heil Mikey=Heil MFFR

To see responses from
MRFF Board Member John Compere,
MRFF Advisory Board Member James T. Currie,
MRFF supporter Mike Challman, and other MRFF supporters:
“You lose Mikey Whinerstein”

Shocker: Strongly divided Supremes rule UNANIMOUSLY on one issue

‘We must not give government the power to censor disfavored viewpoints in a public forum’


(name withheld)

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