The "Christian nationalism" movement is coming and should "terrify" Americans concerned about democracy, according to a Tuesday guest essay in the New York Times.
Writer and author Katherine Stewart argued the fall of Roe v. Wade was just the beginning of a "more brutal phase of [Christian nationalist's] assault" on Americans' rights.
To back up her argument, Stewart claimed that she witnessed Christians using increasingly violent rhetoric, and embracing "dominion theology" at the recent Faith & Freedom Coalition Road to Majority Conference. She cited speakers describing Democrats as "evil," "tyrannical" "the enemy within," and engaged in "a war against the truth" as her examples.
Stewart's anxious piece ended telling Americans to not "underestimate" the movement's "radicalism," because if they got their way, there would be nothing left of democracy.
"Christian nationalism isnít a route to the future. Its purpose is to hollow out democracy until nothing is left but a thin cover for rule by a supposedly right-thinking elite, bubble-wrapped in sanctimony and insulated from any real democratic check on its power," she wrote.
And, it goes on and on.
pb's a Christian who would oppose Christian nationalism more fervently than anyone else here.
This is nuthin but woke, Blue MAGA paranoia...
...but, pb'll say that you in the woke crowd a more fun than a barrel of monkeys when you get your dander up.