Josh Hawley embraces Christian nationalism on the national stage

Josh Hawley embraces Christian nationalism on the national stage

The seeds of Christian nationalism in the GOP have been slowly germinating since 1954 with the Supreme Court’s Brown vs. Board of Education ruling, when a fringe bunch of Christians believed school integration was “unbiblical” and began establishing private schools for white students. 

That seed is now in full flower. Here’s Missouri GOP Sen. Josh Hawley proudly declaring his Christian nationalist identification (he left out the “white” part, but it’s understood):

“Some will say now that I am calling America a Christian nation. So I am,” Hawley told the fourth annual National Conservatism Conference Monday. 

“And some will say that I am advocating Christian nationalism. And so I do.”

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