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After experiencing the cancel culture of California, having not one, not two, but three venues cancel on Congressman Matt Gaetz and Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene as they toured Southern California for the America First movement, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene visited 412 Church in Murrieta.  According to the Pastor of 412 Church Murrieta, Pastor Tim Thompson, “She was a breath of fresh air!  She came with a message of love and encouragement and was received with love and appreciation for all she is doing to stand for righteousness, goodness, and true love!”

Pastor Thompson is also the founder of Our Watch with Tim Thompson.  His message to Congresswoman Greene….“Thank you Congresswoman Greene for all you do!  Never give up!  We’re with you!”  He also quoted from the Gospel of Matthew as a response to the hateful and false comments made about the freshman member of Congress.

Matthew 5:11-12 (NLT)
“God blesses you when people mock you and persecute you and lie about you and say all sorts of evil things against you because you are my followers. Be happy about it! Be very glad! For a great reward awaits you in heaven.”

When arranging to visit the church in Murrieta, Rep. Greene’s team was looking for a place that would not partake in the cancel culture so prevalent in California.  Pastor Tim Thompson’s response….“Not at this church!  Newsom wasn’t able to shut us down, and we won’t shut you down!”

Pastor Tim Thompson was arrested in May of 2020 for preaching to a group of approximately 13,000 people on the West steps of the Capitol building in Sacramento in opposition to the shutdown orders against California churches.  His church has been fully open with no masks, no social distancing, and no deaths or hospitalizations due to covid-19.

Author: Press Release