Craig Cobb Plans to Rebuild North Dakota Church, This Time Named After Trump
Last week, a church he bought in Nome, North Dakota, to build a Creativity Movement chapel burned to the ground in what investigators believe may have been arson. The fire happened on March 22, the same day a local newspaper ran a story on Cobb’s plans to turn the church into a gathering place for the racist Creativity Movement.
A self-styled religious organization, the Creativity Movement promotes what it sees as the inherent superiority and “creativity” of the white race. Its adherents believe that race, not religion, is the embodiment of absolute truth and that the white race is the highest expression of culture and civilization.
Now, put this in the context of Jefferson Beauregard ‘Stonewall’ Sessions’ speech to the Alliance Defending Freedom in which he spoke about defending religious liberties. So a racist group is already working on calling themselves a religion. Think about the implications.