Phil Robertson on Secularism, Voting, and His Threat to Run for President

Earlier this week, I ran a story about a famous transphobic, anti-science bigot who announced his plans to run for President in the next four to eight years.  Well, we got another one to add to the loony bin of future GOP candidates.  Phil Robertson, of Duck Dynasty fame, joined a teleconference hosted by My Faith Votes last week, where he was asked to respond to the rise of secularism in the US.

In his rambling response, he equates secularism to the devil’s work, displays his disapproval of teaching evolution in schools, and finishes off with a threat to run for President in the future.  If we could only be so lucky.  Watch the madness unfold for yourself:

Make no mistake about it. Christian extremism is real and is a growing threat to our nation.

 


Kevin Davis

Kevin Davis is the head writer and editor for SecularVoices, co-founder of Young Skeptics, and author of Understanding an Atheist. He is known for local and national secular activism and has spoken at conferences and events such as Reason Rally 2016 and the Ark Encounter Protest and Rally.

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