About two-thirds of the U.S. population would be targeted by Democrats, according to a shocking document presented by a Democratic Political Action Committee.
“The rise of white Christian nationalism is a national security threat,” according to the report led by Democratic Reps. Jamie Raskin of Maryland and Jared Huffman of California, co-chairs of the Congressional Freethought Caucus, and endorsed by Democratic Rep. Jerry McNerney of California, according to Just the News, on Dec. 20
The group issued a series of recommendations for what it believes would be the government of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, who is increasingly far from being appointed because of the large number of election frauds uncovered.
“We recommend you: encourage the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Justice to dedicate resources to de-radicalization programs aimed at hate groups, including, but not limited to, white nationalists,” the document states.
And “increase monitoring of such groups, including the online environment, and take action to address increased hate crimes toward minority faith communities,” it continued.
Going so far as to say, “Shift rhetoric to label violent white nationalist extremists as terrorists.”
All this after President Donald Trump became the champion of freedom of conscience and the right of every person to live by their faith, not only in the United States but worldwide.
“We believe in the wisdom of our founders, and we believe in freedom and liberty and the right to keep and bear arms. We know that faith and family—not government and bureaucracy—are the center of American life,” President Trump said at the 2019 National Rifle Association (NRA) annual convention.
“And above all else, we know this: In America, we don’t worship the government—we worship God,” President Trump added.
For Democrats, education should follow the guidelines provided by Democratic advisers and outside the concept of God.
To accomplish this, the U.S. attorney general “will consult with the Office of the Legal Adviser to issue a memorandum concerning the application of the Establishment Clause in public schools, including protecting students from school-sponsored proselytism and teaching an accurate, evidence-based, secular curriculum in lieu of creationism in schools.
These recommendations bear a strong resemblance to the anti-religious freedom provisions that identify the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as a fierce violator of human rights.
In practice, one sees this bias against traditional social values and its effort to impose a radical leftist agenda.
This tendency was evident in the elimination of gender terms such as “father, mother, son and daughter,” to be implemented in the 117th Congress, as announced by the Democrats on Jan. 1.
At the convening of Congress on Jan. 3, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.), delivered the prayer at the end of which he opposed the term “Amen,” adding the word “a-woman,” applying a gender-related connotation.
This strange intervention caused mockery and indignation amid the clarification that the word Amen belongs to the Latin language, meaning “So be it,” and does not relate to a possible male connotation.