By Hemant Mehta
Last night, in an email sent to literally thousands of state legislators across the country, Arkansas State Sen. Jason Rapert invited everyone to join a new organization called the “National Association of Christian Lawmakers.” I guess maybe with an organization, some Christians will finally get elected in this country…
Rapert says the group will formally launch in 2019 with a goal of addressing “legislative issues from a Judeo-Christian worldview.”
It’s something he’s an expert in since his reputation for years has been using his government position to advance his personal religion. He’s the guy who illegally installed a Ten Commandments monument outside the Arkansas State Capitol — a move that’s the subject of an ongoing lawsuit.
He has also threatened to shoot people who approach him in public with a question, whined about Target’s trans-inclusive bathroom policy, and blamed Secular Humanists for the “moral decline” of America.
Now he wants to create a bunch of legislators just like himself.
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