DNC Resolution Champions Absence of Religion as a "Religion" - Guess What that Means? - Granite Grok

DNC Resolution Champions Absence of Religion as a “Religion” – Guess What that Means?

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Democrats at the DNC Summer Klan Bake approved a resolution in support of people who do not believe in religion as their religion. But if the absence of religion is a religion isn’t it unconstitutional for the Government to favor it above any other?

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) passed a resolution Saturday praising the values of “religiously unaffiliated” Americans as the “largest religious group within the Democratic Party.”

Thank you for your public admission. May we now go about the separation of your religion from the state. There’s this wall. You may have heard of it. You won’t find it in the Constitution. There’s no amendment that references it. But it was something of an aside, in a letter to some Danbury Baptists. And the Democrats seized on it. Because it advances a political goal.

Make their State religion the only religion.

The one the DNC just recognized.

“Religiously unaffiliated Americans overwhelmingly share the Democratic Party’s values,” said the resolution, which adds they should advocate for “rational public policy based on sound science and universal humanistic values.”

Sarah Levin, director of governmental affairs for the Secular Coalition of America, praised it as a way “to ensure that policy is driven by science and evidence, not sectarian beliefs.”

But these are sectarian beliefs. And in a nation where the first amendment protects people of all faiths yours cannot be emphasized in public over any other.

But how do you separate faith in the state from the state? Where do you build the wall? If we look at our history you build it between the people and every other faith. The goal is to erase every religion but the religion of non-religion.

You are left with God as the government. Worshiping the state is its highest purpose. And the Left and its government work tirelessly to ensure that there are no other gods before it. It is unconstitutional. And yes, it is fascist.

And thanks’ for admitting it.

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