RINO lawmaker once again reveals his true character during a Tea Party PAC meeting.
RINO Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) berated an 11-year-old girl during a PAC meeting on Tuesday for criticizing his comments about Jesus Christ.
During the Montgomery Tea Party PAC meeting, the girl stepped up to the mic to ask Crenshaw why he previously characterized Jesus Christ as a fictional character in 2020.
“I’ve seen you claim to be a Christian. You’ve talked about God, but when you claim Jesus to be a hero archetype, you not only lied about Jesus not being real, but you lied about being a Christian,” the girl told Crenshaw.
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The girl was referring to remarks Crenshaw made on the Jocko podcast in 2020, where he suggested that Jesus Christ was a fictional character.
“The important thing is that we have societal hero archetypes that we look up to. Jesus is a hero archetype. Superman is a hero archetype, Real characters too, you know, I could name a thousand,” Crenshaw had said. “You know, Rosa Parks, Ronald Reagan, all of these people embody certain attributes that the American people think ‘This is good.’”
“I can’t wrap my head around this,” the girl then said of Crenshaw’s quote.
The Texas lawmaker exploded, telling the girl: “Don’t question my faith.”
His harsh remark prompted boos from the crowd, with others admonishing him for bullying a little girl like that.
Later on during Crenshaw’s disastrous appearance, another member of the audience asked Crenshaw why he isn’t trying to help persecuted J6 protesters languishing in solitary confinement, to which he replied that he didn’t have the power.
“Why do we need you?” an audience member asked in disgust.
Unlike Crenshaw, Republican colleague Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.) visited the jailed J6 protesters and released a detailed report describing the inhumane and unsanitary conditions to which they are subjected.