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“People are… afraid of being labeled a religious bigot or worse if they reveal what Mormonism is about.”

April 5, 2007

“Mormons don’t want to talk about the specifics of the Mormon religion. People are also afraid of being labeled a religious bigot or worse if they reveal what Mormonism is about. Some fear for their livelihood. I know of radio hosts who talk on stations owned by Mitt’s company. Do you think they’re going to talk about Mormonism? Mormonism and censorship is real today, especially since Mitt started running for president… The Mormons I’ve met through living in Nevada are not First Amendment supporters. It’s my opinion that if you say a word wrong or talk about the Mormon church you’ll be censored or have your business pulled faster than you can say Joseph Smith.” (>>)

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