Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., accused Democrats to be a concerted effort to remove “so help me God” from the Congressional oath. (Facebook)
Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., accused Democrats to be a concerted effort to remove “so help me God” from the congressional oath.
The Americans need to know” that there is a concerted effort to change this tradition,” said Johnson, “The Todd Starnes.”
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Fox News reported last month that the house Committee on natural resources was seeking to remove the phrase from the oath, sparking outrage among the conservatives. The sentence appeared in a rule-draft proposal shown in brackets with a red line.
House Natural resources, President Raúl Grijalva, D-Ariz., since the red line is called, “a mistake,” but Johnson is not to buy it.
“This is not an error, or oversight,” Johnson Starnes said. “It is not a coincidence.”
Johnson believes that the Democrats are pushing a “politically correct” agenda, when it comes to God.
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“I guess our democratic colleagues, I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt,” Johnson Starnes said. “But if it happens, over and over, and, if you have some that are open on the defiant, it appears to be a concentrated strategy. And, I think, to know that the vast majority of people in this country, and both parties would be upset on both sides of the aisle, that this is happening.”