Democrats Remove God From Congressional Proceedings

The Dems are trying their best to distance themselves from God. So far they have decided, that witnesses will no longer have to swear to god that they are being truthful. Only the Dems would behave so foolishly.

In the House of Representatives, to the winner go the spoils, and Democrats, the new decision makers, control everything, including what legislation gets a vote and the minutiae of procedural choices, such as whether witnesses must utter the traditional plea for divine aid. Democratic chairmen and chairwomen of several key committees have deemed no such entreaty is necessary.

“I think God belongs in religious institutions: in temple, in church, in cathedral, in mosque — but not in Congress,” said Representative Steve Cohen of Tennessee, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. What Republicans are doing, he continued, “is using God.”

“And God doesn’t want to be used,” he said.

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Republicans are of course against this and have tried to fight the Dems on this.

“I am a sinner, I make mistakes every single day, but I do think that we could use a little more of God, not less,” Representative Garret Graves of Louisiana earnestly told his colleagues seated around the dais of the House Natural Resources Committee.

“The intention behind it was to express the idea that the truth of what was being said was important not just in the moment, but would go into eternity, and someone was watching and would ultimately be our judge,” Rep. Johnson said. “Some would call that mere symbolism, but to many of our founders, it was deeper than that.”

It’s odd that of all the things that Dems would do with their majority in the House, this is it. But then again it’s the Dems, and maybe they don’t want to feel judged while they do the ungodly things they do. Like encouraging abortions, lying to the public on the regular about the president, and refusing to help those in need just to spite Trump.

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