Lawmaker Says Democrats Want to Eliminate God from Oath

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There’s no doubt that the Democrats have a problem with people who believe in God.



Over the past few years, Democrats have interrogated President Trump’s nominees over Bible studies, religious beliefs, and membership in Christian organizations like the Knights of Columbus.

And now Democrats are now attempting to eliminate “so help me God” from the congressional oath, according to Rep. Mike Johnson.

The Republican congressman dropped that bombshell during an interview on “The Todd Starnes Radio Show.”

“Americans need to know that there is a concerted effort now to change this tradition,” Johnson said.




Click here to listen to Todd’s entire opening monologue on The Todd Starnes Radio Show Podcast.

Fox News reported last month that the House Committee on Natural Resources was looking to remove the phrase from the oath, sparking outrage among conservatives.

Johnson produced a copy of the proposed rule change that showed “so help me God” in brackets with a red line through it. I’ve posted an image of the changes at the bottom of this story.

“This is not a mistake, or oversight,” Johnson told me. “It’s not a coincidence. When it happens over and over, and when you have some who are openly defiant that’s on it, it appears to be a concentrated strategy. And I think the vast majority of the people in this country, in both parties on both sides of the aisle, would be upset to know that this is going on.”

Click here to listen to the entire interview on Todd’s podcast.