America used to be a place of free speech and diversity. Rooting for religious freedom and expression was historically non-controversial for both political parties.
But this is 2020 — and these are not your parents’ Democrats.
As Breitbart reported Thursday, Fox News host Tucker Carlson played a clip on his show this week exposing a pastor for reciting a sickening, intolerant “prayer” during the hate-fest that was the Democratic National Convention.
“You have the nerve to build a wall, while at the same time you have in the harbor there in New York, the Statue of Liberty saying, ‘Give me your tired, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,'” pastor Fredrick Haynes said on the first day of the convention, according to Breitbart. “Jesus will say, America if you don’t get your act together, you can — you may well go to hell.”
Carlson was not amused.
“To hell. Vote for Biden, doomed sinners, or you’re going to hell,” the Fox host said incredulously. “It was a pretty straightforward message. Was Jonathan Edwards ever clearer than that? Was Jerry Falwell? Despite what you may have heard, it is the Democratic Party that is the hotbed of religious extremism these days.”
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