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Jerry Nadler: God’s Will Is No Concern Of This Congress

During a heated exchange concerning the 'equality' act, New York Congressman Jerry Nadler reportedly had some very anti-faith sentiments to voice.



This guy has been in office since 1992, and he has not exactly done a stellar job. I know this because I am from New York.

Jerry Nadler had some bold anti-faith words to spew in congress, but his words are just the tip of a far left iceberg. 

This whole ‘equality’ act thing is just bringing us one step closer to the fate of Rome……

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What do we do when we have these kinds of delusions running through our society? Does it matter who is in office, if a fair amount of people are living in fantasy?

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The FRC had more on the story:

There were a lot of powerful arguments against the Equality Act, but Rep. Greg Steube (R-Fla.) resorted to the ultimate authority: the Bible. During an intense debate on the House floor, the Florida representative said it was time for his colleagues to hear the truth about the transgender issue. But Democrats aren't interested in the truth -- or God. And far-Left radical Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) didn't mind saying so. 

Democrats, irate that the Florida congressman dared to quote the word of God on the House floor, unleashed on Steube. Everyone from Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) to Katherine Clark (D-Mass.), shamed him for being transphobic and intolerant. But it was Congressman Nadler's response that was the most shocking and revealing. "Mr. Steube," he said pointedly, "what any religious tradition describes as God's will is no concern of this Congress." In other words, take your God and your Bible and leave them out this.

Almost immediately, a picture of Nadler started circulating on social media with the line, "God has no authority in the House of Representatives" at the top. It was a paraphrase of Nadler's comment but a legitimate expression of his belief and the Left's, which is that there's no room for God in public policy.

The 'fact checkers' at Politifact spun facts, and attempted to soften Nadler's words:

A Facebook post misquotes a member of Congress who dismissed his colleague’s suggestion that passing federal protections for LGBTQ people would go against God’s design.

The Feb. 26 Facebook post shows an image of Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., with text around him.

"‘God has no authority in the House of Representatives,’" the post quotes Nadler saying.

Leaning into the constitutional separation of church and state, Nadler pushed back.

"Mr. Steube, what any religious tradition describes as God’s will is no concern of this Congress," he said.

That’s similar to what’s in the Facebook post, but it’s not a direct quote. We rate the post False.


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