‘Jesus-man in the White House?’ Phil Robertson kicks off NASCAR with unusual prayer

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“Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson thanked God, the Bible and guns when he kicked off a NASCAR race on Sunday.

“Alright Texas, we got here via Bibles and guns, I’m fixin’ to pray to the one who made that possible,” he told a packed crowd at the Texas Motor Speedway before the Commander 500 race.

He gave thanks to the military and for his faith in Jesus before weighing in on politics.

“Our faith in the U.S. military is the reason we are still here,” he said. “I pray, Father, that we put a Jesus-man in the White House.”

Following the prayer, Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson sang the national anthem.

The Robertsons are split on their presidential picks: Phil supports Donald Trump while Willie Robertson supports Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

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