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 December 2, 2023

Mike Johnson accused of being a 'bigger threat than al-Qaeda' because of his Christianity

U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA), the recently elected speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, has just been accused of being a bigger threat to America than the al-Qaeda terrorist group.

The accusation, according to Fox News, comes from Democratic strategist James Carville.

Carville attacked Johnson during a recent appearance on Bill Maher's show Overtime. There, on Friday, Carville was a panelist.

After noting that Carville and Johnson are both from Louisiana and after taking a cheap shot at Johnson, Maher asked Carville, "Do you think Mike Johnson can hold his party together now that he has taken the mantle?"

"Well, first of all, I don't think he can hold his party together. Second of all, you're exactly right, Mike Johnson and what he believes is one of the greatest threats we have today to the United States. I promise you, I know these people," Carville said.

Maher, at this point, sought to confirm that Carville was referring to the fact that Johnson is a Christian.

Carville answered in the affirmative. And, it was here that he tried to claim that Johnson poses a bigger threat to America than al-Qaeda.

"This is a bigger threat than Al-Qaeda to this country. Let me tell you something," Caville said, referring to "Christian nationalism."

He continued, "They have the speaker of the House. They [have] got at least two Supreme Court justices, maybe more. Don't kid yourself. People and the press have no idea who this guy is, how he was formed, what the threat is, and this is a fundamental threat to the United States. It is a fundamental threat. They don't believe in the Constitution. They'll tell you that."

Carville added, "Mike Johnson himself says, what is democracy, but two wolves and a lamb having lunch? That's what they really, really believe. And, to say, 'oh, come on, man, that's just some crazy s***.' No, no. They believe that and they're coming and they've been doing it forever. They're funded. They're relentless. And, you know, they probably won't win for a while, but they might. And if they do, the whole country blows a gas."

Maher went right along with Carville here. Maher has never hid the fact that he is rabidly anti-religion. If you want proof of this, just look at the way Maher closed his show on Friday.

Maher, like Carville, has also made some absurd comparisons involving Johnson.

Maher, for example, has compared Johnson to the suspect who carried out the recent mass shooting in Maine.

Johnson, at the time of this writing, has not responded to the most recent attack from Maher and Carville.

Written By:
Robert Ayers

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