“Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson had one clear message when asked why the administration has trouble labeling radical Islam for what it is.
The outspoken patriarch told Fox News host Sean Hannity that “radical Islam is an ideology under the guise of a religion.”
“America is now experiencing ‘no Jesus.’ That’s why when you have ‘no Jesus,’ your morality disappears, and the third thing to go is your freedom. We’ve already lost Jesus as a nation, Sean, we’ve lost him. We’ve walled him off – we’ve walled him out of our schools, we’ve walled him out of our government, we just walled him off. Well, once you wall God off, and he’s not there […] something has to fill the void,” Robertson said.
We’re having trouble labeling who we’re fighting over there because there is no moral compass, Robertson said, pointing out the difference between Christianity and Islam.
Love God, and love your neighbor, is God’s way, he said. “Islam will say, submit to Muhammad or we will kill you.”
“America has the story, we were founded on it,” Robertson said as he tried to convince Hannity to be baptized in an alligator swamp.
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