Originally drawn in 2008, the piece was a response to how many Americans seemed to justify mass murder and Christianity during the Bush Administration.
The revision some 14 years later is a reflection of how that sentiment isn't just related to war but our everyday lives. The people who blow up abortion clinics, the people who deny the rights and even the existence of others because of their race, religion, sex, or gender identity. The people who justify not changing gun laws even a little to make sure truly terrible people can't get them. The people who think God told them to storm the U.S. Capitol to save the world from an insane far-right conspiracy.
They claim to love God, yet they constantly make it clear they could care less about the message of "love thy neighbor" and only care about their guns and their own twisted ideas of what their "faith" is. "Thou shall not kill" indeed!
Praise the Lord, and Pass the Ammunition!