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Atheists SEETHE as New TX House Rep Invites Jesus into the Capitol
God is still alive and He has officially been invited to govern in the affairs of men by the True Leader of the Republican Caucus, Nate Schatzline.
Nate was joined by a host of God’s children who rejoiced in Christ the Lord under the rotunda.
One user encouraged people to elect atheists to public office, however this is not allowed under the Texas Constitution. (Article 1 Section 4)
Nate was one of only 3 Reps who revolted against Dade Phelan for House Speaker and his sanctuary state for illegals and groomers agenda.
What are the other reps doing? Nothing that matters as much as this, I can tell you that. Too many have sold their souls to stand down in the face of Drag Queens in schools, a country with no border, and the cold hard fact that most Texans under 30 see little hope to ever own their own homes, own their cars, pay off their school, or make an income to support a family. Nate is truly a voice crying in the wilderness, appealing to the only one who can get us out of this mess, God Almighty.
We are one week into the 88th Legislative Session and the establishment has already achieved 99% victory, and normal voters have been utterly defeated in humiliating fashion. We also have the problem of Former Freedom Caucus members having obviously been selected to do the bidding of godless multinational corporate interests, backed by a vanguard of lawyers getting rich off protecting those profiting from America’s decline.
Hopefully Nate doesn’t sell his soul. We see the lawyers sent out a little tickle— a little taste of what bending the knee to Man’s Law can do for a man.
He should start rejecting TLFR money quite frankly. He doesn’t need it. It’s not worth it.
It’s a little insulting to have a “Freedom Caucus” running around shuffling papers while the people of Texas are put into bondage.
What we need is a Jesus Caucus.
Nate is a a natural leader and also follower of Jesus Christ. He can bring everyone together under an agenda that makes sense. Maybe he should start the Caucus for Christ