Christianity or Al-Qaeda: What’s the Biggest Threat to the US?

Paul shuang /
Paul shuang /

This shouldn’t be a hard question if you are a Christian American. Obviously, Al-Qaeda should be considered the biggest threat. However, the Biden administration isn’t filled with the most God-fearing bunch. They equate Christians with MAGA-loving Republicans, and that’s a threat to the overall “democracy.” Or so they say.

James Carville, a Democratic strategist, was recently on with Bill Maher. He offered this perspective: Christians (such as House Speaker Mike Johnson) are a “bigger threat” than Al-Qaeda.

That’s crazy.

Everything that Carville said is a bunch of conspiracy BS. He said:

 “And let me tell you something: The speaker of the House, they got probably at least two Supreme Court justices, maybe more, don’t kid yourself. People in the press have no idea who this guy is, how he was formed, what the threat is — and this is a fundamental threat to the United States. It is a fundamental thing. They don’t believe in the Constitution.”

Maher confirmed that Carville is talking about Christian nationalism.

Oh, and to be clear, Carville is making things up at this point – especially about Johnson not believing in the Constitution. Johnson worked as a constitutional lawyer prior to becoming a member of Congress.

Johnson, clearly, wasn’t going to sit idly by and allow Carville or any other Dem threaten him or Christianity by saying that they are the “bigger” threat over Al-Qaeda.

Johnson’s response was this: “It’s twisted and shameful that a leading Democrat strategist says millions of Christians in America are a greater threat than foreign terrorists who murdered more than 3,000 Americans.”

The Speaker also said that the Democrats should be condemning the comments made by Carville but is realistic enough to know that they won’t.