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Christian Nationalists' vision for America

Participants in an anti-abortion rally hold signs and pray as they listen to a member of Christian clergy read from the Bible, in front of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, in Denver, Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017.
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Participants in an anti-abortion rally hold signs and pray as they listen to a member of Christian clergy read from the Bible, in front of a Planned Parenthood.

It’s been said the greatest threat to America may not come from foreign shores, but from within. Extremist groups have stormed the U.S. Capitol and pose a threat to democracy.

The overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court has emboldened Christian Nationalists. The court’s decision and rise of political candidates espousing their theories further support their quest for power.

We’ll address Christian Nationalists' vision for America and the threat they, and other extremist groups, pose to democracy.

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