Given the history of “Christian nationalism” in the U.S. you’d think Republicans would be reluctant to be associated with it. But that is not the case for the Trumpiest Republicans, particularly the Republican nominee for governor of Pennsylvania, Doug Mastriano. pic.twitter.com/YqbtJr2whr— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) July 26, 2022
Josh Shapiro tells Rachel Maddow that we can not allow the Christian Nationalism of Doug Mastriano to be normalized. Shapiro said, “This is not normal.” pic.twitter.com/DMmJwDfvVl— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) July 26, 2022
Rachel, kicking things off with Gerald L. K. Smith and the roots of Christian Nationalism. The Cross and the Flag!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/XRqBZJvJdZ— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) July 26, 2022
Lauren Boebert: “The church is supposed to direct government, not the opposite way. The church is supposed to influence govt .. The Bible says that government rests on God’s shoulders.” pic.twitter.com/DbZoxej6Sk— Ron Filipkowski ?? (@RonFilipkowski) July 26, 2022
The GOP openly wants to consolidate the power of the presidency, turn America into a Christian nationalist state, purge Jews from their ranks, silence dissenters, take away the right to marry, ban books & control women.— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) July 25, 2022
It's a fascist movement and must be treated as such.
Obviously, we are familiar with the work of Gerald L.K. Smith and Father Coughlin on Christian nationalism. We have them both on one of our banners. Legends!