Alex Nitzberg
Just the News

January 27, 2021

“It’s OK if you’re Jewish, or if you’re Catholic, or if you’re Protestant, as long as you don’t take it seriously.”

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is warning that Americans’ religious liberty is in jeopardy.

“Well, I think that it is probably the most endangered that it has been since the Revolutionary War,” Gingrich declared while participating in a panel discussion moderated by Just the News Editor in Chief John Solomon.

The panel, which also featured former Congressman Allen West (Ret.) and constitutional attorney Jenna Ellis, was part of a virtual event called “Faith Under Fire” sponsored by the nonprofit My Faith Votes.


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