Who sits down to write a letter to the Times Union defending Adolf Hitler as a non-atheist?
Congresswoman Kirsten Gillibrand's district representative, Lisa Manzi.
In a 300-word letter published July 16, 2004 by the Times Union, Ms. Manzi began:
"Mark Harness' recent letter falsely claims that Hitler was an atheist. There is much evidence to the contrary."
I'm not going to post the full text of Ms. Manzi's letter because I'd have to fight physical illness getting near my laptop. She quoted Hitler's Mein Kampf and a 1922 speech where he proclaims his Christianity.
While preparing to be the most repulsive and destructive human being of the 20th Century, here we have Congresswoman Gillibrand's district representative taking Adolf Hitler's word for it. That he was a Christian.
"Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. By their fruit you will recognize them."
By their fruit you will recognize them.
Congressman Gillibrand's employment of Ms. Manzi is nothing short of disgusting. Her staffer is incapable of recognizing a ferocious wolf. And believes the wolf of the 20th Century was truly a Christian.