Scientology: Not very effective in Washington politics, but it tries, tries again - 2016-12-11

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F347.png Scientology: Not very effective in Washington politics, but it tries, tries again December 11, 2016, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

(David Miscavige re-opens Scientology's DC National Affairs Office on Sept 12, 2012)

Scientology wants so badly to have some influence in national politics, but most leaders are smart enough to be wary of it. Our man who watches social media, Rod Keller, updates us on the latest ways Scientologists are being encouraged to influence bills in Washington. (Go here our previous look at the Scientology baggage of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.)

Last week we saw Scientology's failure to prevent the U.S. House of Representatives from passing the 21st Century Cures Act which authorizes $6 billion in spending on a wide variety of healthcare programs. This week Scientology failed again as the Senate passed the measure, but the church has instead claimed a moral victory in a message to its members.


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