GOP Welcomes Us to Jeebusland

Republicans hate democracy, they really would like to live under theocracy:

Most Republicans Support Declaring the United States a Christian Nation

Christian nationalism, a belief that the United States was founded as a white, Christian nation and that there is no separation between church and state, is gaining steam on the right….

We started by asking participants if they believed the Constitution would even allow the United States government to declare the U.S. a “Christian Nation.” We found that 70 percent of Americans — including 57 percent of Republicans and 81 percent of Democrats — said that the Constitution would not allow such a declaration. (Indeed, the First Amendment says Congress can neither establish nor prohibit the practice of a religion.)

We followed up by asking: “Would You Favor or Oppose the United States Officially Declaring the United States to be a Christian Nation?” The findings were striking.

Overall, 62 percent of respondents said they opposed such a declaration, including 83 percent of Democrats and 39 percent of Republicans. Fully 61 percent of Republicans supported declaring the United States a Christian nation. In other words, even though over half of Republicans previously said such a move would be unconstitutional, a majority of GOP voters would still support this declaration.

That’s the proof: Republicans know it cannot be and they still want it. Look at the White Christian Nationalists:

Prominent Republican politicians have made the themes critical to their message to voters in the run up to the 2022 midterm elections. Doug Mastriano, the Republican nominee for governor in Pennsylvania, has arguedthat America is a Christian nation and that the separation of church and state is a “myth.” Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgia hard-liner, declared: “We need to be the party of nationalism and I’m a Christian, and I say it proudly, we should be Christian Nationalists.” Amid a backlash, she doubled down and announced she would start selling “Christian Nationalist” shirts. Now Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis seems to be flirting with Christian nationalist rhetoric, as well.

Wait till they can run an actual Crusade to convert infidels like us to Republican Jeebus. It’s what most of the militias want, too.

UPDATE 1: Told ya, the GOP hates democracy.

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3 Responses to GOP Welcomes Us to Jeebusland

  1. roket says:

    I see we’re getting closer to dropping the Judeo from the Judeo-Christian meme. Now, all we do is wait to see which Christian Sect gets to make all the decisions.


  2. Richard Portman says:

    I don’t want to be a Christian, or especially not one of these Christians.
    They are ok i guess, but they are always angry , bossy little shitheads who want everyone to be as miserable as they are.
    Look at this leader that they still follow. I don’t understand .


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