Targeting religious schools that teach doctrine opposing the state's views, such as Romans chapter 1, and scriptures teaching homosexuality as sin, violates Biblical core values ruling, as well as the Poll Tax law, and 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The 20th Amendment & the Poll Tax law violated, it's unconstitutional to tax any group for practicing a civil right, in this case, the Christians fundamental right of supporting the candidate that best supports them.
No ethnic, political, nor religious group, can be taxed to practice the civil right of supporting candidates that best represent their group, or beliefs. To do so is to deny Constitutional rights to said group, which is discrimination.
The IRS targeting religious groups violates the separation of church and state, keeping the state out of the church. The IRS, a state entity, has admitted to conspiring with antichrist-ian groups such as the Freedom From Religion Foundation [FFRF], and atheists, to bring in taxation, removing tax exempt status, if the church preaches doctrine that they state dislikes, if religious schools teach religious doctrine that the state opposes such as Romans chapter 1, and if the churches support a political candidate that best represent them to begin taxation. All of these actions violate the 1964 Civil Rights Act giving religion protected class status, Biblical core values Federal Supreme Court ruling, separation of church and state, 20th Amendment, and the Poll Tax law.
The state can not tax, the protected class under religion group, for backing and supporting the candidate that best represents them, Poll Tax law, nor can they violate Biblical core values ruling attempting to tax religious schools, groups, or churches, of whom adheres to Biblical doctrines that oppose the state's views, such as Romans chapter 1.
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