Saw a short clip floating around of Michael Flynn calling for “one religion” in America.
I took a moment to dig to make sure the broader context was, in fact, Christian nationalist in nature.
Answer: Yup, and it arguably gets *even more so* the longer you watch. pic.twitter.com/MmAvMutI7K
— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) November 14, 2021
Feucht thanked General Flynn for his support in a posted picture of the two, declaring that “there’s a remnant rising across America!” Earlier this month, Feucht posted a tweet including the phrase “Let’s go Brandon” alongside a photo of current gas prices as compared to one year ago.
ChurchLeaders reached out to pastor Todd Coconato, President of the Religious Liberties Coalition and founder of Remnant News, who spoke at the event but was not there for the crowd’s chants or Flynn’s speech.
When asked what he thought about people in a church chanting “Let’s go Brandon,” Coconato said, “I would advise Christians and Christian leaders to probably stay away from saying that chant, as it isn’t something that is edifying, but I think it’s an expression of the frustration of the current administration and that is understandable when many are dealing with serious frustrations with the current administration and its policies.”
“Many of the people in attendance are not believers, but are seeking,” Cocoanto said, sharing that there have been around 2,000 salvations since the tour started.
“Although some may be offended by the chant, in my view, people should be way more offended by the murder of the innocent and many far more egregious things that are currently happening in our society,” Coconato concluded.
In response to these events, editor-in-chief of Outreach Magazine Ed Stetzer said, “The gospel neither needs profane chants nor does it need to be the one mandated religion. Instead, we need God’s people joining Jesus on mission, not a bizarre display mixing the faith with such foolishness.”