Meant to post this the day it happened but I never had a chance.
The entire segment was insane - a panel of people sitting around talking about how horrible atheists are as human beings and how they can leave if they don't like it. Then it turns to the host slamming the woman on the panel (who was equally offensive as everyone else, so don't pity her too much) for having multiple marriages, even though he's also been divorced, while incorporating an anti-witchcraft slur. Honestly, they could rename the show to the Hypocrite Forum.
But anyway, here's the video from the show. (it's only the 3 minute segment, not the entire program)
I was amused by the jerk that muttered under his breath that yes, that line was added to the pledge after the fact, but quickly changed the subject.
When this is going on in mainstream broadcasts, are there still people who insist that the group of people who want a "Christian nation" are just fringe extremists who don't represent that many "normal people"? The network has over a million viewers at any given time, and that's only ones that are counted.
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