WATCH: Tracey Ullman's "Christian Interview" Sketch Illustrates Anti-Christian Bias
Yesterday Cory Booker the Jazz Hand Frowner, asked religious test questions of judicial nominee Neomi Rao. Last year, Senator Dianne Feinstein told judicial nominee Amy Coney Berrett the "Catholic] dogma lives loudly within you." Earlier this year, Ben Sasse blasted his anti-Catholic colleagues on the senate floor. There is a clear anti-Christian bias in this country, and based on the clip from British comedienne Tracey Ullman's show, it's not just America but the first world.
The video is from 2017, but it's just as relevant now as it was then.
Not that I recommend bringing up your religion or your politics in a job interview, that's not the point. This is a comedy sketch.
It's funny because it's true. People who are not Christians are uncomfortable with Christians. I said in an earlier post our Christian beliefs like thinking babies have rights to life, mothers and fathers should raise those babies, and our general belief that Jesus the Lord, not government, should be the center of our lives, really makes secularists squirm.
There's a war against Christians. A cultural war in the first world, an actual war in the third.
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