By Ben Johnson
October 5, 2016
The consequences of any presidential election are high but, according to Newt Gingrich, this year the stakes are incalculable.
The former House Speaker said this election may determine whether the nation is ruled by a “secular totalitarianism” that seeks to replace America’s Judeo-Christian morality with “atheistic values.”
“On the one front, you have a secular totalitarianism that wants to use the power of government to coerce us on every level,” Gingrich said, “to determine even what happens inside of churches and synagogues, and to impose on us left-wing, frequently, atheistic values.”
“We have not seen the Judeo-Christian historic traditions threatened the way they are today ever in American history,” he warned the pastors’ gathers last week in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The state, a major battleground state in the 2016 election, is at the forefront of the national controversy over transgender use of such women’s intimate facilities as showers, lockers, and public restrooms. Read the rest of the entry