Liberals are FUMING After Kentucky Rams Through Controversial Legislation


They had to have seen this coming.

Ultra-liberal elements have been ramming their various agendas down America’s collective throat for the past several years.

It was inevitable that at some point conservatives would start to push back and impose some of their own agendas.

Of course, this was most clearly visible in the election of President Donald Trump.

But, we’ve seen it elsewhere, as well, such as in a number of states passing legislation permitting Bible studies at public schools.

Remember how hard liberals fought to get even a hint of Christianity out of public schools?

Now, Kentucky is the latest state to pass a law allowing schools to put Bible class back in the curriculum, albeit as an elective.

And they didn’t just pass the law, they passed it overwhelmingly.

The Blaze reported:

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin signed House Bill 128 into law on Tuesday, allowing Kentucky public schools to teach courses on the Bible, according to WDRB-TV. The bill will take effect Friday.

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The bill, which sailed through the House in a 80-14 vote, will not force schools to teach the Bible, but will give schools the option of providing a Bible literacy elective course for students to voluntarily take part in.

“The idea that we would not want this to be an option for people in school, that would be crazy. I don’t know why every state would not embrace this, why we as a nation would not embrace this,” Bevin told reporters on Tuesday.

The bill’s 12 Republican sponsors have said the purpose of the law is to allow students to learn the role the Bible played in the grand scheme of the history of the western culture, WDRB reported.

Imagine that – teaching kids the book that forms the foundation of Western Judeo-Christian civilization.

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What a concept!

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