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Source: Lucien Greaves, spokesman for The Satanic Temple, with a statue of Baphomet at the group's meeting house in Salem, MA. The Satanic Temple, a group of political activists who identify themselves as a religious sect, are seeking to establish After-School Satan clubs as a counterpart to fundamentalist Christian Good News Clubs, which they see as the Religious Right to infiltrate public education, and erode the separation of church and state. (Photo by Josh Reynolds for The Washington Post via Getty Images)

The Satanic Temple Just Used The Far Right's Own Tactics Against Them

By Mark Joseph

The Satanic Temple, a Massachusetts-based self-proclaimed religious organization, is turning the tables on conservatives' 'religious liberty' argument.

On Tuesday the temple argued in front of the Missouri Supreme Court that a Missouri abortion law violated their religious beliefs...