The GOP Never Believed in Religious Freedom.

Lets Talk about Representative Lauren Boebert, and the ten commandments.

Lauren Elizabeth
3 min readJun 21, 2024
Photo by Patrick Fore on Unsplash

It feels like a tale as old as time, really.

If you hear any right wing politician talk here in the United States, when it comes to religion in particular you’ll constantly hear them talking about the importance of Christianity in the nation’s history. It’s become a crutch for them, of sorts. A means to an end where they are somehow able to justify to themselves their own deep-seeded hatred and bigotry towards those who might be different from them. They’ll talk about freedom of religion, and say you’re infringing upon it if you dare to question an idea they might subscribe to, such as kids in public schools should be forced to pray.

Well, Colorado congresswoman Lauren Boebert is one of those right wingers, and she had some thoughts on the ten commandments.

Ron Filipkowski with Meidas News writes:

“Lauren Boebert went on Steve Bannon’s podcast shortly before he has to report to federal prison, and complained about declining morals in this country.

Boebert, who was kicked out of a theater full of children while groping and being groped by her date, then gave security the middle finger on the way out, said that she would…

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Lauren Elizabeth

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