One agreed with Moore’s comments, saying, “I am also a child of a veteran that fought for our country to be free and have a real heart for America. I don’t see any party or leader as anything but an opportunity to vote for what may be a chance to preserve the precious gift we have had in this country.”
Christian nationalism has continued to dominate much of the conversation in politics among evangelicals. Recently re-elected Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) said during Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit this past July that Republicans “need to be the party of nationalism.”
Taylor then made it clear that, “I’m a Christian, and I say it proudly: we should be Christian nationalists,” leading many others to advocate for similar ideas in the ensuing months.