“When I see a politician turn up to church for mass after years of absence, I know we must be getting close to an election. As a Catholic, it infuriates me because they are not coming to mass for the right reasons – they are attending to portray themselves as part of the Christian community.”
Politicians are now turning up to church. But it’s not because they’re religious. They’re just trying to get religious voters on side in a cheap attempt to bolster their electoral hopes.
Read my latest for The Spectator Australia here.
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If you missed it, you can now listen to my full interview with Rick Munn from TNT Radio above. We discussed the absurd restrictions still in place, how religious leaders caved to the state, the weak position the United States now finds itself in, the ever-changing narrative around climate change, and how woke culture has people thinking they’re immune to criticism.
“It is past time that Christians who are supporting vaccine passports, mandatory vaccinations, and any other coercive measures to essentially pressure and force people to take the vaccine against their will or better judgement understand that nothing about this is Christian.”
Read my latest piece for The Good Sauce, where I break down the arguments being used by Christians to get other Christians to have the vaccine, and explain why this needs to stop.