An Airman who reached out to Fox News said Air Force leadership is “hypersensitive to anyone who says they feel like their rights are being violated.”
“It’s extremely frustrating,” the Airman said. “The Air Force is living in fear of Mikey Weinstein.”
The Airman, who asked not to be identified because he feared being disciplined, said many people are furious over the censorship of the chaplain’s video.
“If our chaplains cannot speak the name of God, let alone Christ, why have them?” he asked. “I’ve towed the company line for years but this has pushed me too far to sit quietly while personal liberties are trampled upon.”
The Airman said in recent months they have been reminded that they cannot proselytize and they cannot share their faith on the installation.
“We are strongly discouraged from having any kind of Christian items on our desks or in our offices,” he said.
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