If this doesn’t scare you, I don’t know what will. Christofascist indoctrination ceremony: pic.twitter.com/gQZ9KdwsMU— Nick Knudsen ?? (@NickKnudsenUS) July 13, 2022
Three years ago today, we launched Christians Against Christian Nationalism.— Amanda Tyler (@AmandaTylerBJC) July 29, 2022
While we celebrate the work we’ve done together, we know that we must do more because the threat of #ChristianNationalism continues to grow.
I hope you’ll join me and get involved in the campaign. pic.twitter.com/KJ1w9iaUiA
This photo was reposted last night by the founder of Gab, where Doug Mastriano is/was seeking new supporters.— William Bender (@wbender99) July 29, 2022
You don't necessarily need words to explain Christian nationalism.
backstory: https://t.co/vavyYfYjug pic.twitter.com/MOMzrIhrrH
“we need to prove to people we are the party of Christian Nationalism.” Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene— Adam Kinzinger?????? (@AdamKinzinger) July 29, 2022
“We are the party of Islamic nationalism…” Taliban.
I oppose the American Taliban. @GOPLeader ?
I disagree with Warren and Jazzhands.
Before we condemn Christian nationalism as a gay op created by Jews in order to deradicalize people or deter people from joining your National Socialist group, I would suggest we should take a look at the literature that has been circulating among White evangelicals over the past decade.
Note: Let’s hear these people out. This stuff has been flourishing in evangelical and Pentecostal churches alongside QAnon which spread through them when Dump was president.