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Mark Levin: The Supreme Court Is Imposing Secular Sharia

Right-wing radio host Mark Levin spoke at the Values Voter Summit today where he declared that secularism has become the established religion of the United States and the Supreme Court is now essentially imposing secular sharia upon the entire nation….

Right-wing radio host Mark Levin spoke at the Values Voter Summit today where he declared that secularism has become the established religion of the United States and the Supreme Court is now essentially imposing secular sharia upon the entire nation.

The media and the “Sunday show dress-up hosts,” Levin stated, are too stupid to understand that the First Amendment was not  intended to create a separation of church and state, but rather simply to prevent the establishment of a theocracy.

“The federal government is not supposed to establish a religion,” he said. “What we have now though is the federal government as a religion, secularism has become a religion. And just as in Muslim countries they have these sharia courts to enforce sharia law, well, we have a Supreme Court that exists to enforce apparently secularism.”

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