Charlie Kirk: Separation between church and state is a ‘fiction’

During a segment on his Real America’s Voice show, conservative activist Charlie Kirk discussed Republicans accusing the Biden administration of “promoting atheism worldwide.”

Republican Study Committee (RSC) chairman Jim Banks, who was Kirk’s guest, sent a letter signed by 14 of his GOP colleagues to President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken regarding the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor’s (DRL) grant program, which they say promotes atheism and “humanism.”

According to Kirk, the effort would require the Biden administration to go into countries that are majority religious with a “fervor” to “make these countries less religious.”

“Again, there is no separation of church and state. It’s a fabrication. It’s a fiction. It’s not in the Constitution. It’s made up by secular humanists,” Kirk said. “It’s derived from a single letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote to the Danbury Baptist Convention.”

“Of course, we should have church and state mixed together. Our Founding Fathers believed in that,” he continued. “We can go through the details of that. They established, literally, a church in Congress.”

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