GOP Senate candidate: The US needs a ‘Christian revolution’ to instill God in ‘all aspects of society’

During an appearance on the pro-Trump news network Real Americas Voice, Ohio GOP Senate candidate Josh Mandel was asked by host and former member of Donald Trump’s legal team, Jenna Ellis, what he means when he uses the term “Judeo-Christian revolution.”

“I mean taking it back to the founding of this country … it was founded on Judeo-Christian values,” Mandel said. “And there’s so many differentiating factors that differentiate that Judeo-Christian ethic from other belief sets, but one of the main differentiators is the acknowledgment of good versus evil and our willingness to fight for good over evil.”

“And right now, Jenna, there’s a lot of evil ongoing in the world, but also in this country where the secular left is trying to take God out of everything,” he continued. “And my feeling is, instead of watering down on our Judeo-Christian values, we should be doubling-down on our Judeo-Christian values.”

“We should be instilling God in the classroom, instilling God in the workplace, and in all aspects of society,” he concluded.

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