Ted Cruz: Christianity Under Assault From Liberal Facists

by The Hill  |  published on April 27, 2015

Ted Cruz - Tea Party“Today’s Democratic Party has decided there is no room for Christians in today’s Democratic Party,” he said at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition summit in Waukee, Iowa.

“There is a liberal fascism that is going after Christian believers,” the 2016 GOP presidential candidate continued.

“It is heartbreaking,” Cruz argued. “But it is so extreme, it is waking people up.”

Cruz said same-sex marriage had produced rabid zealotry in Democratic ranks. This ideology, he argued, was excluding people of faith.

“Today’s Democratic Party has become so radicalized for legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states that there is no longer any room for religious liberty,” he said.

The Texas lawmaker said this stance was against America’s traditional values. Religious liberty, Cruz claimed, was one of the nation’s founding principles.

  • David Albue

    I think the dem’s ignored the majority who didn’t want God in their format. That should tell you something. Once the government controls the food, housing, speech what is left may I ask? Yes sir? no sir? Thank you sir? The marxist population have been duped. Give me one example that government programs have been the answer without pimping a girlfriend, or selling dope. Everything the government is involved in, the people that are at an advantage are politicians, and people that scam the government. God help us……

  • robert

    I have a few questions for Mister Cruz. Does he believe in freedom of all religions or just his? If my church approves of same sex marriage shouldn’t it be allowed? If I don’t believe in his hateful God should I have to follow it’s rules as seen by him? A lot of our founding fathers didn’t support organized religion and that is why we must keep it out of government. Just because the Democrats don’t want to push their religion down peoples throat doesn’t mean they aren’t Christians but rather it makes them good Americans who support the constitutional freedoms.

  • John McDonald

    Remember the fiasco at the last Democratic convention ? They did not want God in there format. They voted on it on the convention floor after it was contested by a Methodist minister as I recall. It was clear that the yeas over the nays wanted God removed but the party kept God in their framework anyway for political reasons. Maybe people will finally wake up. I saw it coming !

Google Analytics Alternative