WATCH: Huckabee – When Bibles Were In Our Schools We Didn’t Have Shootings

Annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Held In D.C.January 27, 2015

By Lorra B.

Mike Huckabee, the former Governor of Arkansas, stated that public school prayer was powerful and was instrumental in helping to wipe out shootings in our schools.

During TV preacher Morris Cerullo’s yearly televangelist’s conference last month Huckabee addressed the audience stating that during his time in school people prayed and they left their political affiliations at the door.

The video surfaced by Right Wing Watch, according to TPMLivewire. “The Gideons would give us Bibles and nobody got arrested, nobody got sued—and by the way, nobody got hurt, either,” Huckabee said.

“Because we were bringing Bibles to school, people weren’t bringing guns to school…except for the deer hunters who left’em in their trucks.”

Huckabee, in an infamous statement after the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook, stated, “We ask why there is violence in our schools, but we have systematically removed God from our schools. Should we be so surprised that schools would become a place of carnage?”

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “WATCH: Huckabee – When Bibles Were In Our Schools We Didn’t Have Shootings

  1. Hi there, well there were plenty of bibles and religious teaching around in the deep south whilst the lynchings were taking place – where was the humanity then? The presence of Bibles do not guarantee good behavior. People with bad hearts will take the teachings of the Bible to justify their bad deeds.

    I’d be jolly interested to know what the “perverse” sexual practices are that liberals get up to. I consider myself a liberal and I lead a fairly ordinary life.

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    • Howdy! 😊 I can’t argue that there are sick folks no matter the situation, upbringing or faith based affiliation. There always will be… I just believe the values taught in the bible are irreplaceable. There are some that scream they want and need a choice and while I do understand separation of church and state, I don’t understand why the rights of Christians to have a choice to bring a book they base their lives on to school. Their rights stepped on so others may have theirs…? Big topic for sure…I appreciate your great comment!

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  2. The Govenor is right, school prayer filled the building with the presence of God and no one thought of killing. The spirt in schools today is one of evil which has had the door opened to it by the perverse sexual practices the Liberals want to thrust upon children through bizarre assembly presentations, etc. I also think people in general were kinder to others when religion reigned. Now if they own a bible and can quote a verse or two they think they are good people, they’re not. It must be put into practice through treating others with respect, forgiveness and kindness. Our country seems to become more evil with each passing year and it has went into overdrive under Obama.

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    • I know there are those who think it is allll a load of crap, and they have a right to their opinion. I, however, believe that when you take God out of LIFE then the consequences are catastrophic. Even if you don’t believe in God, the life lessons of the bible are monumental for a good, decent and law abiding society, IMHO. Will EVERYONE be a decent person because of it…no. But, setting a good grounding example of how to behave in society sure seems a good start to me!!
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