Whatever happened to the government’s love of the phrase, “separation of church and state”?
I guess that only applies when the Christian doctrine encourages Christians to vote conservatively.
Actually, “separation of church and state” does not mean “separation of church and politics”. Christians can be involve in politics.
Incidentally, that phrase “separation of church and state” is one the left has taken out of context.
It was originally intended to mean that the state would not interfere in the affairs of the church, but it has been misappropriated for use by the left.
However, when their re-definition of “separation of church and state” is no longer convenient for their purposes, they abandon their prior position, as is the case here.
It’s like the ever changing story about Covid and the shot: no mask, mask, one shot, multiple shots, vaccine passports.
That is why it called “progressive”.
The story line progresses in the way it needs to change to deceive the people or the less informed. And the media are complicit in the progressive story line.
Here is more information about the history of the phrase, “separation of church and state”.