Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is being labeled a religious extremist by some after proclaiming in a recent speech that she was “tired of this separation of church and state” in the US. The polarizing lawmaker’s comments came alongside the SCOTUS decision to repeal Roe v. Wade – a move many view as an application of traditional religious values.

Boebert’s vocal exasperation with the separation of church and state has prompted a rebuke from fellow Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-CA), who likened the Colorado Republican’s ideology to that of the Taliban*.

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is being labeled a religious extremist by some after proclaiming in a recent speech that she was “tired of this separation of church and state” in the US. The polarizing lawmaker’s comments came alongside the SCOTUS decision to repeal Roe v. Wade – a move many view as an application of traditional religious values.

Boebert’s vocal exasperation with the separation of church and state has prompted a rebuke from fellow Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-CA), who likened the Colorado Republican’s ideology to that of the Taliban*.

"That the First Amendment doubly protects religious speech is no accident. It is a natural outgrowth of the framers’ distrust of government attempts to regulate religion and suppress dissent."

The FBI on Thursday raided three churches associated with the House of Prayer Christian Church in Georgia and Texas.

The FBI has not released a statement regarding the raids.

The House of Prayer is owned by the foreign nonprofit company House of Prayer Christian Churches of America Inc., which registered with the Georgia Secretary of State in 2004.  The business's listed officers are affiliated with the Georgia churches and use Hinesville, Georgia, post office boxes as mailing addresses.

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor blamed the conservative members of the court for working to “dismantle the wall of separation between church and state” in a blistering dissent issued on Tuesday.

The Court declared its 6-3 ruling in the case Carson v. Makin, with the majority holding that the government could not ban taxpayer-funded tuition assistance from being utilized by citizens for private religious education.

In the interest of clarity, based on some of the commentary here, NO, this is not a real song.

YES, the Pastor of the church in question has heard it and thinks it’s hilarious.

NO, it does not represent the beliefs of this congregation.

If your sense of humor is limited by your interpretation of the faith, that sounds like a conversation you need to have with your God.