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Christian Activist: Women’s Right To Vote ‘Product Of Soviet Bolshevik Revolution’

Jul 15, 2020

By Michael Stone

Misogyny For Jesus: Conservative Christian activist Scott Lively claims a woman’s right to vote is a “product of the Soviet Bolshevik Revolution” and runs contrary to “a truly Biblical worldview.”

Lively, a radical anti-LGBT Trump-loving conservative Christian, made his remarks during Sunday’s “Breaking News Bible Study” program, which airs on radio station WETR in Knoxville, Tennessee.

On the program Lively said:

This is going to be very controversial, but the women’s right to vote—the 19th Amendment—was actually a product of the Soviet Bolshevik revolution that was transported here to the United States in the 1920s.

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One comment on “Christian Activist: Women’s Right To Vote ‘Product Of Soviet Bolshevik Revolution’”

  • Hmm… women (anywhere) first got to vote in New Zealand in 1893 (although some other places had various partial versions before that).

    The Bolshevik Revolution wasn’t until 1917.

    So, as usual, a religious idiot who has NO idea what he’s talking about.


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