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Trump promises safeguarding religious freedom and defending “pro-God” content from censorship in a recent speech

Former President Donald Trump, known for his conservative stance, consistently emphasizes his Christian values in public addresses. Throughout his political journey, Trump has repeatedly highlighted his commitment to Christianity, aligning himself with conservative Christian groups and policies. His speeches often reflect a strong pro-Christian rhetoric, appealing to a significant portion of his voter base.

Trump gave an emotional speech to about 1,500 people attending the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) conference in Tennessee

Trump’s approach to intertwining his political views with his proclaimed religious beliefs has been a defining feature of his identity as a public figure, resonating with many Americans who prioritize religious values in political leadership. Undoubtedly, this consistent emphasis on Christianity has played a crucial role in shaping his political persona and influencing his policy decisions.

Recent Trump speech on Christianity and religion

In Nashville, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, Trump gave an emotional speech to about 1,500 people attending the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) conference on Thursday night. He promised that, if he wins the 2024 election, he would defend the role of religion in public life.

His words deeply moved his supporters, many of whom wore red and white hats saying “Make America Pray Again.” As soon as Trump stepped onto the stage, he expressed his strong belief in the importance of religion for the country, especially Christianity, which he said is crucial to bring back.

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“I really believe it’s the biggest thing missing from this country, the biggest thing. We have to bring back our religion. We have to bring back Christianity,” Trump said, prompting a big cheer from the crowd.

Trump focused on the need to protect religious freedom and ensure that Christian perspectives are freely expressed. He committed to supporting Christian broadcasters against any attempts to silence their faith-based messages. Trump also mentioned his plan to create a special group to tackle discrimination against Christians, including taking legal action if necessary.

Christians facing challenges in the public sphere

Trump’s speech came at a critical juncture for Christians facing challenges in the public sphere. He called for their support in his run for president, highlighting the importance of defending Christians against persecution, censorship, and violations of their freedoms within the country.

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Trump openly criticized the legal challenges faced by six anti-abortion activists arrested in 2021 for obstructing a health clinic in Mt. Juliet, who are now possibly facing over a decade in prison and significant fines.

He pledged to fight for the religious freedom of these activists, labeling them as “the January 6th hostages” due to their charges related to the U.S. Capitol breach.

“Remember, every communist regime throughout history has tried to stamp out the churches, just like every fascist regime has tried to co-opt them and control them. And, in America, the radical left is trying to do both,” Trump said.

“They want to tear down crosses where they can, and cover them up with social justice flags. “But no one will be touching the cross of Christ under the Trump administration, I swear to you,” he added.

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Trump was late at the event

The event started later than planned, at 9:42 p.m., because Trump’s flight was delayed by bad weather. Nonetheless, the audience waited patiently, filled with excitement to hear him speak. The energy in the room was palpable.

Troy Miller, the NRB President, mentioned that the organization invited all qualified presidential candidates from both political parties, but Trump was the only one who could make it. He also made it clear that the NRB hasn’t endorsed Trump for president. After Trump finished speaking close to 11 p.m., his words were met with applause, leaving a lasting impression on those present.

You can see the full speech here.

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