On September 15th, President Donald Trump nominated Jon Adler to director of the DOJ’s Bureau of Justice Assistance. Adler is former federal criminal investigator and served as the president of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association. He also sits on the advisory board for the Heroes Health Fund.
That sounds all well and good, until you look into the Heroes Health Fund. The Heroes Health Fund claims to help first responders get the medical and physiological help they need. What they actually do is subject them to the blasphemous, often dangerous detoxification program created by scientologist founder L. Ron Hubbard. A man – by the way – who had no medical background whatsoever. The Heroes Health Fund are a dangerous scientologist organization who is impeding the rehabilitation of America’s finest.
Now, this man with ties to the church of scientology, is in a position, not only to implement similar programs on a broader scale, but also to funnel more money into the cult that illegally imprisons people. Adler now has the ability to do a lot of damage to a lot of people.
It is hazardous to have anyone with ties to scientology inside the United States government. It is wrong to have our tax dollars funneled to such an organization. In fact, we should be actively working to get the organization less money instead of more.
For years, The U.S. government saw through Hubbard’s thinly veiled efforts to monetarily benefit himself, and refused to give his organization a religious designation and tax-exempt status. In 1993, however, the IRS decided to grant the so called “church” with the tax-exemption they so highly desired. This needs to stop. Please write your congressmen and demand they look into this.
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