Kirk: The Separation Of Church And State Is “Fiction”

“Again, there is no separation of church and state. It’s a fabrication. It’s a fiction. It’s not in the Constitution. It’s made up by secular humanists.

“It’s derived from a single letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote to the Danbury Baptist Convention.

“Of course, we should have church and state mixed together. Our Founding Fathers believed in that.

“We can go through the details of that. They established, literally, a church in Congress.” – Charlie Kirk, today.

Judas Peckerwood PickyPecker • 2 hours ago

When Keith Ellison became the first Muslim elected to Congress he was sworn in using a koran — Thomas Jefferson’s koran, as matter of fact. You could hear the sound of conservative heads exploding across the country.

MikeinVegas • 2 hours ago

The problem with the US Constitution is that it was written 200 years ago by intelligent, educated people, and it’s being read and interpreted and mis-understood today by ignorant uneducated people.

BensNewLogin • 2 hours ago

There are exactly 2 mentions of religion in the constitution, both negative. No religious test for office, no establishment of religion. 200 years of constitutional interpretation, until recently, upheld this idea.

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