PC DISEASE SPREADING AT REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION: A giant billboard promoting a Christian movie, “God’s Not Dead 2,” was planned for display during the GOP convention in Cleveland, but then the advertising firm involved caved because mentioning divine judgement is “incendiary” in a generation raised on the myth that people have a right never to be offended by words in the commercial or news media.

“The billboard, 32 feet high and 60 feet wide, would have been draped over a downtown Cleveland building with a photo of actress Melissa Joan Hart and the quote, ‘I’d rather stand with God and be judged by the world than stand with the world and be judged by God,’” according to Kaitlin Collins of the Daily Caller.

“However, after much negotiation, the billboard company Orange Barrel Media has decided the message is too ‘incendiary.’ (Side note: the movie stars Mike Huckabee.),” Collins said, citing the Hollywood Reporter. “According to emails obtained by the Hollywood Reporter, the billboard company said it didn’t like the ‘judged by God’ message because it was ‘too political’ and ‘way too incendiary.’”

How long before presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is asked his position on the position?