Will Betsy DeVos Turn Public Schools Into “God’s Kingdom”?

  • Published on Jan 22, 2017
  • Betsy DeVos, the billionaire who will likely be the next Secretary of Education, has stated that schools in this country should move closer to becoming “God’s kingdom,” a remark that not only goes against the U.S. Constitution, but one that shows she is dangerously unqualified to serve as the head of Education in this country. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this. Subscribe to Ring of Fire: ruclip.com/user/golefttv

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  • Ariel Mckenzie
    Ariel Mckenzie 2 years ago +1

    I don't understand why republicans don't understand the meaning of freedom of religion. I respect your right to practice your religion. That doesn't mean I want you to force your views on my children. She is so... annoying, I could just scream. But she'll never hear, and she doesn't care. Inhumane. I can't. #sillyrepublicans

  • itsjustmetomtom
    itsjustmetomtom 2 years ago +1

    the ad before the video was trying to convince me that we should defund public schools.......

    • Sophia Harris
      Sophia Harris 2 years ago

      That is a big coincedence lol. Did I spell that right? Whatevs

  • Harvey Cotton
    Harvey Cotton 2 years ago +3

    I just gave one-tenth of my teeth to the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

  • GuildBankLooter
    GuildBankLooter 2 years ago +1

    Another inquisition incoming

  • Ace Cumen
    Ace Cumen 2 years ago +6

    This just enforces the idea that religion is doing harm.

  • cynisturb
    cynisturb 2 years ago +3

    "Go to church. Teethe."
    WTF does "Teethe" mean?

    • Hiarhu
      Hiarhu 2 years ago +3

      He meant tithe which is the practice of giving one tenth of whatever your income to your church.

  • Pat Brennan
    Pat Brennan 2 years ago +7

    I support the separation of church and state, I also support separation of religion and education.. nothing hinders education more than religion, just ask galealao or caprianicous..

  • The Riddler
    The Riddler 2 years ago +2

    All the big mouth Hollywood liberals, all the liberal politicians, and all liberal media goons send their kids to predominately white private schools. Can anyone say "Hypocrisy".

    • Austin Stonecash
      Austin Stonecash 2 years ago

      The Riddler multiple sources call bull...

    • Austin Stonecash
      Austin Stonecash 2 years ago

      The Riddler www.heritage.org/static/reportimages/4CBCF89F9264069E62BF7D676B0F7B65.gif

    • Austin Stonecash
      Austin Stonecash 2 years ago +1

      The Riddler "Constiuents of the two parties are equally likely to send their children to private schools according to research in a Pew survey of 352 republicans and democrats. However, Republicans are significantly more likely to send their kids to religiously affiliated schools."(80% to 63%)

  • richardjohnson955
    richardjohnson955 2 years ago

    It's almost too funny when these so called journalists refute their own points and not even realize it, #fakenews

  • Kung Pao Chicken
    Kung Pao Chicken 2 years ago +3

    No one believes DeVos will try to Christianize the public schools. Even if she wanted to do that she doesnt have the power.

  • Kung Pao Chicken
    Kung Pao Chicken 2 years ago +3

    What's wrong with private schools?

  • Blurry Face
    Blurry Face 2 years ago +4

    Private schools are better. And expensive.

  • Bramble451
    Bramble451 2 years ago

    I think Trump is getting ready to abandon DeVos. When signing his nominations, he would say something nice about each of them. When it came to DeVos, he said, "Ah, Betsy. Education. Right?” He clearly doesn't expect her to be approved.

  • jerico641
    jerico641 2 years ago

    Ooooooo, you're a catholic? Now she REALLY hates you, Farron!

  • jerico641
    jerico641 2 years ago +2

    Why is she even being nominated for this post? What qualifications does she have (besides being a billionaire)?

    • Liam Anderson
      Liam Anderson 2 years ago +4

      her family donated millions to the republican party, simple as that

  • pheoix natl
    pheoix natl 2 years ago +4

    and Republicans say they do not want big government in their lives Look Who's Talking Now

    • Dyvim Tvar
      Dyvim Tvar 2 years ago

      The republi Cons only hate "big government" spending on people who actually need help. Like the elderly, the sick, the working poor, and small children. Using government to impose religious dogma on everyone while giving billions away to the rich and other nations is ok by them.

  • deliciousmorton
    deliciousmorton 2 years ago +1

    Until I realized she is a wealthy politician, I used to think Betsy Devos was some lady who wore frisbees on her head.
    Now whip it, into shape.

  • Bob Rolander
    Bob Rolander 2 years ago +4

    So the US is going full Saudi Arabia? Where is our exceptionalism then?

  • Joshua Lopez
    Joshua Lopez 2 years ago

    Horace Mann is rolling in his grave right now.

  • Wayne Templar
    Wayne Templar 2 years ago +1

    I think Farron is starting to go bald

  • JJ
    JJ 2 years ago


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    this is a Christian Nation if you don't like it go back to the Middle East

    • Cynthia Cuomo
      Cynthia Cuomo 2 months ago

      No! we aren't a Christian nation! we are a Judeo/Christian nation based on the Ten Commandments.

    • Cynthia Cuomo
      Cynthia Cuomo 2 months ago

      @Jillian Molyneaux Correct! we are a Judeo/Christian nation, but any, and all religions do not belong in 'public' schools.

    • Dyvim Tvar
      Dyvim Tvar 2 years ago

      +Lucio Contreras
      The christians want their version of "sharia" imposed on everyone, just like the Saudi's.

  • A visitor
    A visitor 2 years ago +5

    I would bet my entire life savings if she said she wanted to praise Allah or Satan in schools TYT would be singing their praises to her.

    • Dyvim Tvar
      Dyvim Tvar 2 years ago

      +A visitor
      Then you'd lose that bet. TYT has said multiple times before that they don't want any religion forced on anyone. You want to join whatever version? Go ahead, but keep it in your own group. Stop forcing your religious quirks on everyone. That includes *All* of the abrahamic religions (whatever version of jew, christian, or muslim)

    • A visitor
      A visitor 2 years ago

      @WuFFY Oupol
      I came to Christ on my own as an adult, no one swayed me in any direction. In fact most family and friends ridicule me for my faith as does most of society today. Why do you ask about Jews? The wars are all evil of course, anyone with faith in Christ and an average IQ knows this. The wars were unnecessary, there are other ways to defend America than sending troops over seas.

      FWAKWAKKA 2 years ago

      also if you people are talking about me when youre saying "she" im a male. just FYI. i know i appear to be girly and childish. its an understandable mistake. i just wanted to clarify that for you all. >.>

  • Elaine Danan
    Elaine Danan 2 years ago +1

    We can hope! We've had enough of the Devil in our schools!

  • RetroAvangardist
    RetroAvangardist 2 years ago +6

    Bible never said, screw this particular group of people? But sure it did.
    (I Samuel 15:2-3) _This is what the Lord Almighty says: 'I will punish the Amalekites for what they did to Israel when they waylaid them as they came up from Egypt. Now _*_go, attack the Amalekites_*_ and totally destroy everything that belongs to them. Do not spare them; _*_put to death men and women, children and infants_*_, cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys.'_

    • Keith Norris
      Keith Norris 2 years ago +1

      @Austin Stonecash but a Kingdom divided can not stand. How can Jesus come along and change what the Father has already established?

    • Sharon Koivu
      Sharon Koivu 2 years ago +1

      There in no more historic proof for Jesus than there is historic proof for Santa Claus.....

    • Sharon Koivu
      Sharon Koivu 2 years ago

      So do you still believe in Santa?

    • Sharon Koivu
      Sharon Koivu 2 years ago +1

      Religious people are such gullible bumpkins.....keep giving money to the church because the reverend needs new shocks for the mercedes.

    • Austin Stonecash
      Austin Stonecash 2 years ago +1

      and then Jesus came and told his followers to follow HIS lead. Thats why Christians can eat shellfish and don't have to sacrifice their children. We dont pay and marry our rape victims like from the old testiment, we don't stone adulterers, why should we cherry pick this?

  • Venus
    Venus 2 years ago +2

    I have no love for this woman and her politics, however I am going to defend her on one thing. The statement she made was in 2001. If someone had interviewed me in 2001, when I was still an extremely conservative Christian, I would have said the exact same thing. Fifteen plus years later and I'm no longer religious and firmly believe that religion needs to stay out of education. I doubt she has changed her mind, but until she comes forward and backs up her statements from fifteen years ago, I cannot just assume she still believes this. I'm not going to assume she doesn't either. But going on a rant about something that someone said a decade and a half ago seems stupid. Tear her apart for that ridiculous hearing and all the stupid shit she said there. There is enough there without digging up old quotes.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Kapitainleutnant "she was trumpeting her jesus-charter-schools."
      *You want to use your school voucher at a jesus chart school why?*

    • Kapitainleutnant
      Kapitainleutnant 2 years ago +6

      You are no longer a crazy religionista bent on converting the world. Here in Michigan, we hear DeVos garbage all the time. As soon as last year, she was trumpeting her jesus-charter-schools. She hasn't changed: she's gotten worse.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "I'm no longer religious and firmly believe that religion needs to stay out of education"
      *So you want to choose the best charter school for your family, as opposed to a government education system.*

  • Sexy Pineapple
    Sexy Pineapple 2 years ago +12


    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @EnderZ13 "you obviously have no idea..."
      *Show me the idea of American education that isn't failure.*

    • EnderZ13
      EnderZ13 2 years ago

      +Dai Qibao you obviously have no idea what you are talking about. In any of these posts your vomiting on here.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Kapitainleutnant "When you send one cent of my taxes to Magic Shows pretending to run schools"
      *American currently only has government magic shows pretending to be run schools.*

    • Kapitainleutnant
      Kapitainleutnant 2 years ago +1

      When you send one cent of my taxes to Magic Shows pretending to run schools, that's where I draw the line.

  • Katrina L
    Katrina L 2 years ago +4

    Trump's Regime, where the US's constitution will be thoroughly strees tested

    • Kung Pao Chicken
      Kung Pao Chicken 2 years ago

      Trump isnt even a traditional conservative. What we have here is a culture war and its getting scary.

    • Dirty Red
      Dirty Red 2 years ago

      Katrina L his cabinet was the swamp! And tell me how many constitutional violations Obama committed? That's pretty hypocritical; plus he's only been president for three days and he has already done some of things he said he would.

    • Katrina L
      Katrina L 2 years ago +2

      At least he didn't try to fill his cabinet with swamp leftovers, and people that are willing to break constitution. But sure, Obama is the bad one. lmao

    • Dirty Red
      Dirty Red 2 years ago +3

      Katrina L I guess you havent watched Obama the last 8 years.

  • AndreNickatlna
    AndreNickatlna 2 years ago +7

    TYT are anti christian and pro Islam. They act under the guise of atheism.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Lenin Luna "oh sorry but I don't think tyt are anti Christian and pro islamic."
      *You can pretend that. Christian regard TVT as anti-Christian. Muslims regard TVT as pro-Muslim.*
      "not like they are praising ISIS or anything extremist."
      *Christian regard TVT as anti-Christian. Muslims regard TVT as pro-Muslim.*

    • Lenin Luna
      Lenin Luna 2 years ago +3

      @Dai Qibao oh sorry but I don't think tyt are anti Christian and pro islamic. They are moderates, it's not like they are praising ISIS or anything extremist.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago +1

      "You think America was founded as a theocratic nation?"
      *Try reading slower to understand english, "TYT are ..."*

    • AndreNickatlna
      AndreNickatlna 2 years ago +1

      Lenin Luna I'm not talking about America. My comments subject matter was regarding TYT.

    • Lenin Luna
      Lenin Luna 2 years ago +2

      You think America was founded as a theocratic nation? So much for "freedom of religion".

  • Julian Melo
    Julian Melo 2 years ago +19

    Religion is all made up silly.

    • Kung Pao Chicken
      Kung Pao Chicken 2 years ago +1

      What does religion have to do with school vouchers?

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "Religion is all made up silly."
      *Ah, huh. School vouchers? Charter schools? Millions of families choice of a "best" education vs the a few elites status quo "government" education?*

  • Jone Ltwo
    Jone Ltwo 2 years ago +3

    Teethe? Love going to church and teething.

    • CaptainCryptos
      CaptainCryptos 2 years ago

      thewanderandhiscomp Yknow, like baby teething rings.

  • DarkKnight9i9
    DarkKnight9i9 2 years ago +5

    hahaha congratulations americans........shame that non-trump voters are gonna suffer too....

  • MAGA 817
    MAGA 817 2 years ago +1


  • Ben
    Ben 2 years ago +1

    4:50 go back and read the bible again - he kinda did say screw this particular group of people, hence the mass genocides he was in favour of.

    • 8bitpothead
      8bitpothead 2 years ago +1

      Confucius said that LOOOONG before Jesus supposedly existed...
      It's part of the "Golden Imperative," it's basically an idea as old as time. It's not some unique proverb Jesus/christianity invented...

    • IronLion
      IronLion 2 years ago

      And then he turned around and said "Do onto others as you would have them do onto you" and "Love your neighbour as yourself"
      So... which one is it?

  • Film Buff 92
    Film Buff 92 2 years ago

    AWESOME! Let's get prayer back in school! This country needs Jesus!

    • Trippy Traveler
      Trippy Traveler 2 years ago +5

      ok then when your at home, you must pray to Vishnu. see how stupid your statement is.

  • SometimeSomewhere
    SometimeSomewhere 2 years ago +9

    This American cult "Evangelicalism" is the Wahhabi version of Christianity

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "This American cult "Evangelicalism" ..."
      *Ah, huh. School vouchers?*

  • aldi404
    aldi404 2 years ago +6

    Trump will turn back the clocks to 1895

    • Kung Pao Chicken
      Kung Pao Chicken 2 years ago

      What exactly are we suppose to be heading towards?

  • Sharon Koivu
    Sharon Koivu 2 years ago +9

    Godtards are such creeps....

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Allan Koivu "Nah wouldn't send the kids to learn at a school for simpletons...."
      *Then a school voucher to choose the best school for you instead of a government school chosen for you.*

    • Sharon Koivu
      Sharon Koivu 2 years ago

      Nah wouldn't send the kids to learn at a school for simpletons....

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Allan Koivu "Ya sure Oral Roberts school of evolution for me"
      *You want to use your school voucher to learn a career in evolution. That's not a high paying career that's in demand, but if that's what you want for your children. Okay.*

    • Sharon Koivu
      Sharon Koivu 2 years ago

      Ya sure Oral Roberts school of evolution for me.....

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "Godtards are such creeps...."
      *Ah, huh. Charters schools then?*

  • DebbyAbqNM
    DebbyAbqNM 2 years ago +6

    Anything she wants to do will cost money, so it probably won't get done because that money will go instead to trump's and congress's friends. So there is some hope...

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @DebbyAbqNM "where is the $$ coming from to pay for more charter schools"
      *From dysfunction government schools.*
      *Current tax for schools is several hundred billion in property tax and income tax.*

    • DebbyAbqNM
      DebbyAbqNM 2 years ago

      Since there will be a larger population as women find less access to abortion (regardless of the condition of the fetus) (see "Fukushima" and "Chernobyl" for effects of radiation), where is the $$ coming from to pay for more charter schools, which are no doubt writing expenses off their taxes?

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "Anything she wants to do will cost money"
      *A tax credit in the form is a school voucher isn't a cost, it's taking less tax.*
      "direct the flow of funds away from public schools towards her type of charter schools"
      *That would not be a "charter school", it would be the current school system.*

    • udor nyc
      udor nyc 2 years ago +5

      She'll be in charge of over a Trillion USD allocated for education... She could direct the flow of funds away from public schools towards her type of charter schools and find a way around that pesky separation of church and state thingy...

  • bobothecreepyclown
    bobothecreepyclown 2 years ago +4

    I don't care about school funding. Just so long as the kiddies get enough guns to fight off those pesky fuck'n bears. www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2017/jan/18/betsy-devos/education-nominee-betsy-devos-says-wyoming-school-/

  • Maywither Dragon
    Maywither Dragon 2 years ago +6

    And they will only teach the alternative facts.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Maywither Dragon "They will teach no facts."
      *You want to use you voucher at a school that teach no facts why?*

    • Maywither Dragon
      Maywither Dragon 2 years ago +1

      They will teach no facts. Charter schools are essentially giant product placement advertisements.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Maywither Dragon "Charter schools won't even bother with alternative facts."
      *Why would you want to choose a charters school for alternative facts for your children. That makes no sense for you.*

    • Maywither Dragon
      Maywither Dragon 2 years ago

      Charter schools won't even bother with alternative facts. They will only teach things that cater to their corporate sponsors.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "And they will only teach the alternative facts."
      *You're implying you would be the best person to choose your families education. An advocacy of charter schools.*

  • bigraviolees
    bigraviolees 2 years ago

    religion with no editing is idiotic. Is this the middle ages? For some, yes

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "religion ..."
      *Ah, huh. Charter schools? School vouchers? Millions of families choices for charter school instead of a few elites choice of a government school?*

    • Katrina L
      Katrina L 2 years ago +1

      *all religion is idiotic. FTFY.

    • Trippy Traveler
      Trippy Traveler 2 years ago +3

      only the powerful push religion as it has been a proven tool to control the masses

  • MrToolmaker23
    MrToolmaker23 2 years ago +10

    The best way to plant the seeds of a theocracy is to indoctrinate (brainwash) the children.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Kung Pao Chicken "Their are plenty of other ways to indoctrinate children besides religion."
      *There are plenty of other ways to indoctrinate children besides government schools and religious schools.*

    • Kung Pao Chicken
      Kung Pao Chicken 2 years ago

      Their are plenty of other ways to indoctrinate children besides religion.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "The best way... "
      *The best way to plant the seeds of status quo obedience to government is to indoctrinate (braishwash) the children in government schools.*

  • william miller
    william miller 2 years ago +2

    You turkeys are more worried about devout Christians than you are about radical Islam.

    • Neojhun
      Neojhun 2 years ago

      My favourite plane is the AC-130, Who needs bombs when you having flying rapid fire Cannon. Way better kill count.

    • bigraviolees
      bigraviolees 2 years ago

      +Dai Qibao .............when you read about Christians wanting to bomb the entire Mideast you 'don't know' still?

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "I don't know..."
      *So when you read a poll of Muslims who mostly condoning the use of suicide bombers you "don't know" still?*

    • Breann
      Breann 2 years ago

      I don't know any Muslims personally but I know of a few and can't say they're any different than any other believer. I have had problems with every Christian I've ever met. They're stuck up, can't quote more than 2 or 3 cherry-picked passages of scripture, racist, mysoginistic (even the women,) selfish and inhumane. American Christianity is not a religion of peace by any means so I have no idea what people mean when they express worry over Islam. Islam is a form of Christianity. The Quran and Bible are the same book. If not for that pesky "believe or be tortured for eternity" clause freaks out believers so they never learn that all religion is make-believe for grown-ups who lacked scientific knowledge. Stories of morality are fine until they become obsolete and begin causing societal decay. One of the main themes in Christianity is the subcategorization of women. Women are quite intelligent. We plan better and take far less risks making our environments much safer for those around us. Considering the rise in technology, women will become much more productive than men in the very near future. If we follow the Bible or Quran, technology will stop in its tracks. Whether a person believes in or undertands climate change, we can agree that our current forms of energy consumption are certainly not making our air, water and land safer for us. We have to come to terms with the technology we have at our disposal and like decent human beings, understand and remain responsible for our actions against our fellow human beings and our planet. I like my heater and phone and electric range. Do you?

  • akl561
    akl561 2 years ago +1

    How much does this guy research his topics? Tithing is pronounced with a long 'i' sound. "Teething" is something babies do.

  • Robert Knight
    Robert Knight 2 years ago +1

    I would love to be in that cult. Where is the church and how do I apply for tax exempt status?

  • pythagoras3.14
    pythagoras3.14 2 years ago

    JESUS CHRIST..........

  • resourcedragon
    resourcedragon 2 years ago +1

    Surely Trump and all his appointees are going to turn the US into God's Kingdom. How can you not want God's kingdom on earth?

  • SirJack of Camelot
    SirJack of Camelot 2 years ago +2

    dumbass as republicans actually believe this would create another rift. especially between religious nut jobs and the non/ med religious

  • glassplotful
    glassplotful 2 years ago +1

    Liberals want a separation of church and state? Alright, let's start with the cult of Progressivism.

    • glassplotful
      glassplotful 2 years ago

      I am highly educated. It was my education that blinded me to the horrors of modernity for so long. For all of my life I was told we are living in the "Age of Enlightenment" and that everything before us was the "Dark Ages." It wasn't until I did some research into the Middle Ages and antiquity that I realized that most of the horrors we know today (total war, conscription, high taxes, perpetual warfare, super massive governments, central banking, materialism, nihilism, relativism) *_did not exist prior to the Enlightenment_*. Let that sink in for a moment.
      I'm not some feudalist as people in this thread seem to be suggesting. But it doesn't take a highly educated person to realize that Liberalism was a step in the wrong direction. It's an undeniable fact that this vast explosion in wealth and technology over the past 200 years only enabled more oppressive and violent governments. It is also an undeniable fact that mass acceptance of secularism has created a cultural vacuum which has been filled with all sorts of degenerate movements- modern "Christianity" included. *And this is coming from a secularist, by the way*. To accuse me of having some irrational hatred of motor vehicles is to miss the point.

    • udor nyc
      udor nyc 2 years ago +1

      +glassplotful Oh the horror... "liberals" want to follow the constitution. So, you conservatives don't like the constitution anymore? What happened?

    • lynda williams
      lynda williams 2 years ago +3

      medicine isnt science? wtf? did some doctor remove your brain?

    • Im ILLmatic
      Im ILLmatic 2 years ago

      Nobody is stopping you from giving up on science etc.
      I spent summers with the Amish sorts from a far but in the area to do some community service.
      You can spend easily give up all those and embrace your truth.
      Lead by example. Get off your computer go live like you claim is the best way to live and write a book and teach others to do the same.

  • Steve Bottrell
    Steve Bottrell 2 years ago +5

    America is gonna get raped so bad... Have fun !

  • Courtney Zuniga
    Courtney Zuniga 2 years ago +1

    this guy is boring......

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "Noted - now address what he actually said."
      *The absurdity of your focus the presenter topic of "deflecting" from the topic of charters schools with religion. Wow.*
      *So, the topic is charter schools and changing the education system. Right? right. Right.*

    • Joe Doe
      Joe Doe 2 years ago

      is just a troll...dumm as Dump.

    • Sam Lowry
      Sam Lowry 2 years ago +1

      Noted - now address what he actually said.

  • John Kennedy
    John Kennedy 2 years ago +1

    This guy has no idea why the separation of church and state was needed. If only he could go back in time or get the books he needs.

    • Ned Thumberland
      Ned Thumberland 2 years ago +1

      @John Kennedy Is your current comment an implicit admission of defeat? Next time, try not to put on the facade of an intellectual defender of the phony "religious freedom." You would have won my respect if you had shouted slurs and epithets and shown your true colors in the first place -- a rabid, intellectually blinded conservative -- possibly an evangelical protestant -- who champions what he does not know.

    • John Kennedy
      John Kennedy 2 years ago

      TRy harder.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Ned Thumberland " I am officially blocking you"
      *then a school voucher system is best.*

    • Ned Thumberland
      Ned Thumberland 2 years ago

      @Dai Qibao I am officially blocking you since you are not speaking as someone rational. Thank you for exposing your weakness by acting like a robot, making a false claim, and trying to put the said claim in your opponent's mouth. An idiotic and failed attempt on your side.

  • A. G.
    A. G. 2 years ago

    You have to eventually have to the average Amway salesperson's educational program of buying tapes and CDs, which includes selling Focus on the Family.

  • Gabriel Cook
    Gabriel Cook 2 years ago +8

    The flat earthers win.

  • Retardretroguy
    Retardretroguy 2 years ago +4

    Women not being allowed to speak in church is ruled in New Testament by Paul. There was no church in Old Testament

  • Andärs v. Dummie
    Andärs v. Dummie 2 years ago +19

    And USA are worried about islamic radical idiots? Now y have radical christian idiots as leaders ....

  • Toyo Masauce
    Toyo Masauce 2 years ago +18

    Not surprising since Trump loves uneducated idiots and uneducated religious idiots are even easier to manipulate. ISIS has the same philosophy.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "uneducated idiots and uneducated religious idiots"
      *Ah, huh. Then charter schools instead of government schools.*

    • LeighAnn S
      LeighAnn S 2 years ago +2

      Toyo Masauce religion is useful for controlling the uneducated. As the slaves were told " Work hard, serve your master faithfully, and you will be rewarded in the next life." Punchline? There is no next life! GOTCHA!

  • håkon eugen gustavsen
    håkon eugen gustavsen 2 years ago +1

    Equality is democracy. No room for it her world/kingdom.

  • DrakeVagabond
    DrakeVagabond 2 years ago +1

    2001? That's just reaching

  • chriskoederSr
    chriskoederSr 2 years ago +1

    So now the regressive left wants a religious test? Interesting...

    • chriskoederSr
      chriskoederSr 2 years ago

      Sounded to me like he wanted people tested before they became members of the government...

    • Jullius Correia
      Jullius Correia 2 years ago +3

      chriskoederSr I'm pretty sure it was the right that kept saying on the campaign trail that they wanted religious tests to anyone coming into the country

    • Christian Graulau
      Christian Graulau 2 years ago +2

      chriskoederSr The government cannot endorse any religion, so making education more Christian would be unconstitutional. It has nothing to do with a religious test.

    • Scylax
      Scylax 2 years ago +2

      I'm not sure that part was ever mentioned.

    RSBSTEADICAM 2 years ago +1

    Welcome to the reality of a Republican administration.Wake up America... four years of petty infighting.

  • Richard Schroepfer
    Richard Schroepfer 2 years ago

    Aww, Shaddup you Christophobe! Being a Christian is an asset. stupid.

    • oldskool67
      oldskool67 2 years ago +8

      Having an imaginary friend is an asset??

    • Takoda Ackerley
      Takoda Ackerley 2 years ago +4

      Richard Schroepfer Proof please?

  • Szriko
    Szriko 2 years ago +2

    The Young Cucks are falling apart.

    • Szriko
      Szriko 2 years ago

      Sargon of Akkad is falling apart.

    • Carter Hayes
      Carter Hayes 2 years ago +1

      StevenCrowder and Sargon of Akkad will continually make fun of and own TYT for years to come =] happy days

    • Mohammad N
      Mohammad N 2 years ago +3

      Actually, the TYT subscriber count is going up and if you watch their videos you are only helping them earn more $ ...just saying man.

    • Malphisto Cichol
      Malphisto Cichol 2 years ago +1

      Over 3 million subscribers on their youtube channel, not counting all those who watch them on their website? Sorry, bucko, TYT is only growing stronger. Guess you'll just have to learn to deal with it. =P

  • Xxthe1andonlyxx One
    Xxthe1andonlyxx One 2 years ago


  • chuck1prillaman
    chuck1prillaman 2 years ago +2

    Republicans are like Wiley Coyote pushing back against a giant Acme slingshot. This is going to be hilarious.

  • Canadian Girl
    Canadian Girl 2 years ago +6

    If Liberals don't like her, then she will do a great job.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Malphisto Cichol "You're being redundant"
      *Okay. Then school voucher. Problem solved.*
      "Oh geez... Did you even read everything I wrote?"
      *Thanks for you display for all to see.*

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Malphisto Cichol "Yes. Is that all you have to offer for your reasoning?"
      *Then you obeyed and attended public school. Do you obey your teacher to graduate public school? Yes or no?*
      *The point this is I'm going to ask back to back "did you obey" and your going to deny you where trained in obedience to that authority with replies let "is that all you have to offer". Anyone can see your obedience and where you learned it, you where trained not to see your obedience as established for all to see.*
      *You wrote three paraphrases than didn't answer this quote over it: "How do you know what's best for others?"*
      *Truth in knowing you can't know best for others is why you avoided looking for truth.*
      "As detailed above, obviously you and your family would consider to know what is best for you"
      *YOU would, obviously..*
      "regardless of whether or not it turned out to be the correct choice in the long run."
      *YOU would "regardless? Because that's best for YOU? I see, you know best for you "obliviously".*
      "However, as I already pointed out before, said ability to choose already exists."
      *I see. Then a person can choose to stop paying for your public schools. That would be vouchers. If anything else fits in "Choose" that isn't pretend, show anyone what that is.*
      *Since there cannot be vouchers, then the solutions is ending public schools. Agreed?*

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @Malphisto Cichol "I will ask my question again; How did Public School teach me obedience?"
      *Did you obey and attend public school? Yes or no?*
      "I would much rather taxes go towards improving our current Public Schools."
      *You would rather "others" do x for government. A display of obedience to authority. If you had said "my tax go toward...", that is the school voucher system.*
      "What other options for career learning are you presenting then? If College is not the only option then surely you can list others?"
      *Any you want with a voucher system. You failed to describe how you not the best person to know what's best for you.*
      *I'll stop here. As you're refusing to answer they key thing I'm relating.*
      *Question: Why is you and your family not the best in choosing what's best learning system for you by voucher.*
      *If you don't answer, I'll say nothing and keep asking this.*
      "This is a convoluted statement which I don't feel like correcting for you."
      *Why is you and your family not the best in choosing what's best learning system for you by voucher?*
      "Do yourself the favor..."
      *Why is you and your family not the best in choosing what's best learning system for you by voucher?*

  • sofuggit
    sofuggit 2 years ago +15

    As soon as America defends the Constitution, and the separation of church and State, people will start claiming 'Christian Persecution'... all because the Constitution forbids the forced teaching of religion in schools funded by the government. But you watch. That's what they'll do! Happens every time people defend and protect the Constitution in this area/topic. How DARE we not allow them to force one religion onto children! Ugh

    • Malphisto Cichol
      Malphisto Cichol 2 years ago +4

      Agreed. These conservative extremists are ridiculous.

  • Luisa L
    Luisa L 2 years ago

    Wow - just openly demonize Christians now, regardless of what's been actually said. The left are going insane. Also school choice is best for children and parents.

    • Luisa L
      Luisa L 2 years ago

      +nderitos The problem with "socialism" is that you need a totalitarian government to enforce you. Sorry but you cannot redistribute wealth without first stealing it. Now you like socialism because you think you'll get lots of free goodies, that's what the Venezuelans thought and now they can't even feed their children. The nazis were the "nationalist socialist" party - but they teach that in public schools. Support a president who will give you a job not a handout - for the children!

    • Peter Korman
      Peter Korman 2 years ago

      @Luisa L I don't have proof, but I never claimed that she wanted to shove anything down our throats. I just don't want it to get to that point, but I doubt it will. I have many other problems with this woman that have nothing to do with religion. All I was saying is that I don't believe we (or our religion) are being demonized.

    • Peter Korman
      Peter Korman 2 years ago +10

      I'm a liberal Christian and I don't feel that Christians are being demonized at all. Only the ones who want to force Christianity into our government and public schools.

  • Pipamonium
    Pipamonium 2 years ago +26

    As an Evangelical Christian I think this is HORRIFYING! Public school should remain free from religion! If you want to teach your child your religious beliefs do it yourself or send them to a private school that fits your beliefs. Public school should be open to the PUBLIC which includes all religions!

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "Public school should remain free from religion!"
      *And with vouchers your family is free to choose the school best for you.*
      *You don't want others to force your choice of schools correct?*

    • Max
      Max 2 years ago

      Exactly, more private schools means more choice.

  • Max B
    Max B 2 years ago +2

    great another white chatacter shoved down my child's throat.....

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "great another white chatacter shoved down my child's throat..."
      *Ah, huh. And school vouchers will allow you to choose a school that's best thing to shove down your child's throat. Or do you want to obey someone elses choice of schools for you? It's up to you. Obey or choice?*

  • Nat Legend
    Nat Legend 2 years ago

    Go to church and teethe? What?

    • Katrina L
      Katrina L 2 years ago

      +Szriko aaaaayyyyyyyyyy lmaaooo

    • Szriko
      Szriko 2 years ago

      a tranny trying to talk about others getting triggered. that's _hilarious_

    • Katrina L
      Katrina L 2 years ago

      +Szriko Lmao. You got triggered into another Universe. You used "PC", "libcuck", "triggered" and "snowlfake", in a single sentence. You're beyond saving.

    • Nat Legend
      Nat Legend 2 years ago

      @Szriko lol whatever you say

    • Szriko
      Szriko 2 years ago

      So triggered. You must be a tranny.

  • Tommy Madlon
    Tommy Madlon 2 years ago +11

    I like how she has no education experience, but can be put in charge of it. Bit of a mistake there.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @sofuggit "You totally miss it. It's not as simple as you attempt to make it sound."
      *Your school choice isn't simple, got it. And your choice of a school is best for your family correct? School voucher.*
      "Private schools FUNDED by the government vouchers, will be in direct violation of the Constitution... when you consider that many private schools are religious"
      *Be clear, is a religious school your best choice for your family? Yes or no?*
      "No Supreme court will ever go against the Constitution on education."
      *Ah, huh. Is a religious school your best choice for your family? Yes or no?*
      *You've not convince me you're family is not "best" at choosing learning for yourselves. Therefore otherwise vouchers. Convince me your choices are worst for you.*

    • sofuggit
      sofuggit 2 years ago

      You totally miss it. It's not as simple as you attempt to make it sound. You're lost. Private schools FUNDED by the government vouchers, will be in direct violation of the Constitution... when you consider that many private schools are religious, that would be promoting one religion with tax payers dollars. Not acceptable for ANY American that protects and defends ALL of the Constitution, not just the parts that THEY want protected. Vouchers, Hell no. Not gonna happen. No Supreme court will ever go against the Constitution on education.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @sofuggit "the best of these schools will be zoned in the better areas?"
      *So you want to use your voucher at the best school in the worst area. Reconsider what's best, but if you think that's best, you know best for you.*
      "This is designed to keep the lower class low"
      *The use of your voucher would be by your design. Everyone would wrong about doing that why? How can you know better than everyone else what's best for them?*
      "How can you look at just the top layer? "
      *Your voucher, is you. Explain why any choice you make is the wrong choice for you.*
      "It's designed to keep class warfare alive and well."
      *Your design for your children did that how specifically. Is your choice the best for you. Yes or no?*
      *Then others peoples choices isn't best of them? To be true YOUR choices have to be ALWAYS worst choices.*

    • sofuggit
      sofuggit 2 years ago

      How is the problem solved when the best of these schools will be zoned
      in the better areas?? Much like it is now. This is designed to keep the
      lower class low and the wealthier in a better group of educators. How
      can you look at just the top layer? There's so much below t he surface.
      It's designed to keep class warfare alive and well. There's more to it,
      but you need to look into it yourself. Not like you will. Once you've
      invested your emotions and vote into a candidate, it's likely to bind
      you to the faults in them and their policies.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @sofuggit "We need people with no knowledge in an industry to do the jobs."
      *So with a school voucher, you would choose a Maritime Systems Engineering learning path for your children. A "voucher" tax credit is "less government". Your choice of schools creats people of "knowledge".*
      *Problem solved correct?*

  • Peter Petrov
    Peter Petrov 2 years ago +7

    Do you really think DeVos is doing this because she believes in Jesus? I think not. She is going to pick up the pieces of the shattered public school system and get even richer. You have to explain to the people how the scam works. We shouldn't attack religion or religious people--just explain to them how somebody like DeVos is using their naiveté to get a huge chunk out of their tax dollars.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      @DreTheThinker "I ain't against charter schools"
      *Okay, vouchers then.*
      "If we..."
      *Solved. You choose what's best for you with your voucher.*
      "Also, I doubt the amount of voucher money one would get could pay to build a school"
      *The amount of the voucher ought to be what is spend now per student absent the cost of government bureaucracy.*
      *That would obviously be more per student than before. Describe how "more" isn't enough.*
      "especially in poorer neighborhoods"
      *I think half if education comes from income tax. The other half is property tax. It's reasonable that the income tax part be split evenly among all students in the nation.*
      *Property tax, eh. Sucks to live in a poor neighborhood, but it's cheaper. You choose.*
      "We'd just be back at square one...it would be about the same as public schools."
      *If that's what you want to spend you voucher on okay, You know what's best for you.*
      "This also means that better schools would be more expensive to attend"
      *That means that all mobile phones are more expensive. Not reality.*
      "And if a school in your area is over-crowded"
      *The money of your voucher says otherwise.*

      *Your the obedient kind of person. Your get your voucher and you ought to then mail it to public schools and continue using that system. Problem solved for you.*
      *Do you mind if others don't use their voucher at your crap public school? Yes or no?*

    • Andre, High King of the Summer Sea
      Andre, High King of the Summer Sea 2 years ago

      @Dai Qibao I am not against people having more options, but this presumes that charter and private schools are in anyway better as far as academic standards.
      It also leaves out the fact that not everyone has a private or charter school nearby, and does not account for possible overcrowding in those schools. And it's not like the type of charter school nearest the parent is going to be the type of school they'd prefer for their child....for instance, what if one lived in a small town and the nearest school was a Christian one? How would that work for families that are not Christian?
      It seems like instead of trying to get rid of public schools it would be just as sensible to improve public schools....after all, if students are failing in public school due to living conditions, they won't do better in charter schools...
      In my honest opinion, one of the biggest issues is related to curriculum and trying to create a federal standard rather than letting states choose things like curriculum....the only federal regulations for schools that should exist are the ones that ensure that state regulations and practices are not violating the constitution.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago

      "she has not an ounce of experience in education"
      *She has not a ounce of "failed" US government education system experience.*
      "what makes her an authority on what works best for failing schools"
      *In moving away from the current authority education system choosen by a few self-interested elites toward millions of family minds aggregate a choice of what is the best of the best for them. Vouchers by tax credit on 1040's in that can only be used at the parents choice of learning for a their kids career. Vocational, academic, experimental, artistic, whatever the parents want done, they control the cash for education directly.*

  • Kitty Cobb
    Kitty Cobb 2 years ago +1

    This guy purposely misrepresented the Bible. He is a trouble maker.
    The New Testament, Jesus Christ, came to fulfill
    Old Testament Law.

    • Dai Qibao
      Dai Qibao 2 years ago +1

      "This guy purposely..."
      *Ah, huh. School vouchers?*

    • Finallyatheist
      Finallyatheist 2 years ago +3

      If the old testament has been fulfilled, then why do the religious still want the ten commandments in all the courthouses ofd America? Doesn't make any sense if you ask me.

    • sofuggit
      sofuggit 2 years ago

      Nobody cherry picks a 'perfect' book like a Christian, when it comes to biblical word. Heaven forbid you even bother mentioning the old man who got drunk and molested his daughters (it's written as HE was made drunk by his devious daughters and they raped him) How convenient, right? Cherry picked like that throughout.

    • 6Goat6Skinner6
      6Goat6Skinner6 2 years ago

      So everyone should toss out the OT?

  • BigV
    BigV 2 years ago +11

    I think she is the most dangerous among all of the Trump appointees. What Jeff Session does can destroy one or two generations. What Ms. Betsy does can destroy several.

    • BigV
      BigV 2 years ago

      Once again. Get real and face facts. Public school systems are run by the states. There is no such thing as a 'federal' public school system…….unless you are talking about the US military schools, DoDEA.

    • Kitty Cobb
      Kitty Cobb 2 years ago

      Really! Have you looked closely at the Federal ran Public School System, if not please do and be open minded.

    • BigV
      BigV 2 years ago

      I am a praying religious person. But do not use my tax money to further your idea of religious fundamentalism. This is America. Land of the free, home of the brave. Not home of the Taliban you are making it sound.

    • BigV
      BigV 2 years ago

      Nope. Most public schools in right to work states including those in the south and southwest do not have unions. And teachers use their own money to buy supplies. not to mention they have an ever increasing workload and no raise. Lets get real here.

  • John T
    John T 2 years ago +1

    I think what many people fail to realize or empathize with is that she finds herself in a position of success. She has no credence to believe that the education that she recieved and her own hard work are what got her there and she wants to share that with you. She wasn't born like you though. Failure was an option for her, unlike the working class. She cannot empathize with our needs any better than we can with her desires.

  • Lisa Lowery
    Lisa Lowery 2 years ago +4

    Can they really put religion in our public schools?

    • sofuggit
      sofuggit 2 years ago +1

      Betsy will force it. As suspected, Trump is wiping his ass with our Constitution.

    • Kitty Cobb
      Kitty Cobb 2 years ago

      Lisa Lowery
      This story is very misleading. Silent prayer and verbal in some public schools.
      Religion was not enforced.

    • Aiden Ledbetter
      Aiden Ledbetter 2 years ago +9

      Theoretically, no. Potentially? Yes.

  • Kitty Cobb
    Kitty Cobb 2 years ago +4

    No prayers in school.
    It might detour hell, kids might stop toting guns, slow down on the drugs, etc...I want school choice, and I pay taxes, so I want tax dollars and should get them. I support Christian Private Schools, too.
    My opinions and decisions for my family are important.
    Stop telling me what I shouldn't have.
    Demos are only tolerant when you agree with them.

    • sofuggit
      sofuggit 2 years ago +1

      You opinions and desires will never take precedence over what our Constitution says. It doesn't minimize your wants, but the Constitution comes first.

    • ceeqanguel
      ceeqanguel 2 years ago +5

      Your opinions doesn

  • luvslagos
    luvslagos 2 years ago +4

    I have been contacting my Republican Senator everyday, but when I call tomorrow, I am definitely mentioning this. Thank you! 🙌🏼

  • Kitty Cobb
    Kitty Cobb 2 years ago +4

    Turks represent the Muslim faith and support it.
    Separation between Church and State is not any where in the US Constitution. He Is dishonest.

    • Katrina L
      Katrina L 2 years ago

      +Kitty Cobb, Both my Shill-o-Meter and Troll-o-meter are redlining! The bullshit is of the charts!

    • sofuggit
      sofuggit 2 years ago +2

      Kitty, now I see why you have no idea what's right and wrong in this matter. You don't even know what's in our founding documents.

    • rencrow
      rencrow 2 years ago +2

      America has freedom of religion you moron.

    • Jason Ball
      Jason Ball 2 years ago +3

      In a very obvious way "gun rights" people already do. "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." So I would think that 2nd amendment people would support regulations on guns because that is very first part of the amendment. The second part is ignored as well, stating that bearing such arms should be to defend the state (state national gaurds) so they cherry pick what they want to believe. If a unbiased person read that amendment it's pretty safe to say that the conclusion is that people have the right to bear arms in a well regulated militia to defend the state they live in.

    • Aesithair Runekafi
      Aesithair Runekafi 2 years ago +5

      If you're not going to pay attention to the first amendment, can you ignore the second one too?

  • Mike R.
    Mike R. 2 years ago +3

    Don't like it? Take it up with your dumb-as-shit subscribers who used "four years of Trump won't be so bad" as an excuse not to vote for Clinton

  • Josh Dude
    Josh Dude 2 years ago

    hey TYT how's the war on the Democratic party going? remember the war you declared on election night during your meltdown? 😂

    • Josh Dude
      Josh Dude 2 years ago

      Viola I'm going to keep this simple sexy cool here since no one is insulting. we've elected our president this way for over 200 years. Trump was doing at least 2 maybe 3 or 4 rallys a day for at least a month leading up to the election. these rallys are on RUclip. where do you think these rallys were held? look at the election results. Trumps campaign was genius

    • RJ
      RJ 2 years ago +4

      Did YOU see the election? Did you miss the part where Trump got less votes?

    • red charmander
      red charmander 2 years ago


    • Josh Dude
      Josh Dude 2 years ago

      did you see the election? 30 states protested against criminal Clinton by electing a true patriot.

  • Dribrom Sunrock
    Dribrom Sunrock 2 years ago +9

    This is the idiot that think Grizzly bears attack schools?

  • Edward Low
    Edward Low 2 years ago +7

    so much for separation of church and state

    • Edward Low
      Edward Low 2 years ago

      need a few more pilgrims

    • Katrina L
      Katrina L 2 years ago

      "But... but... my 'murica has always bean Christian..!"

    DISCO-INFERNO-70 2 years ago +20

    These people are so devoutly religious, and yet do nothing but selfish garbage.

  • Jeremy Merrifield
    Jeremy Merrifield 2 years ago +4

    She was clearly unqualified at the Senate question meeting . Can the Senate just say no ?

    • Kitty Cobb
      Kitty Cobb 2 years ago

      Jeremy Merrifield
      She avoided Warren's plot.

    DISCO-INFERNO-70 2 years ago +19

    Religion is the worst invention of all time.

    • Kitty Cobb
      Kitty Cobb 2 years ago


    • Katrina L
      Katrina L 2 years ago +2

      +freedombase Mixing state and religion IS sharia law. Just because it's the christian version of sharia, doesn't make it better.

  • Laid Back Fan
    Laid Back Fan 2 years ago +11

    Religion is disgusting.

  • KrazyOldKatLady 19
    KrazyOldKatLady 19 2 years ago +10

    Thank you so much for reporting this! I feared this right away when I listened to her at her Confirmation Hearing. I contacted my Senators about as well.

  • Coras
    Coras 2 years ago +8

    The United States government becomes increasingly disgusting the longer that Donald is president.

    • Coras
      Coras 2 years ago

      Kitty Cobb, do you see the idiotic actions that Donald Trump in such a short time has taken? He hires billionaires from corporations, who are unqualified, as his cabinet members. What possible up side is there to a Trump presidency?

    • Kitty Cobb
      Kitty Cobb 2 years ago

      Coras Ⓥ
      We endured Obama for eight years, so I believe you, too will live.

  • Amy
    Amy 2 years ago +9

    The thing about women not being able to say anything in church is in the New Testament, the apostle Paul. That very part of the Bible is what made me an atheist. Some people are just born women and I don't think it's right that we would be any less than any other person. It's just obviously bullshit.

    • Jason Ball
      Jason Ball 2 years ago

      Don't worry religion as we know it will pass. I wish it would happen a bit faster but that might lead to other issues unforeseen. If you look at the evolution of religion as a whole we have come a long way and have but to rest most of the hundreds of gods that we followed in the distant past. We just have a few (arguably just one) to rid ourselves of.

  • hanig11
    hanig11 2 years ago +4

    Paul said women shouldn't speak in church in the New Testament .But that's never one of the cherry picked verses of the Sunday sermons .

    • Cory Johnson
      Cory Johnson 2 years ago

      Even if it applied to one church it's still wrong. Your weak defense of that statement is laughable because if they had their way you wouldn't be allowed to make any of the comments you have on here. Be grateful for your freedom of speech. If we lived under biblical law it wouldn't exist.

    • Kitty Cobb
      Kitty Cobb 2 years ago

      Look at the audience Paul was addressing. The Corinthians were an extreme people. I don't think this applied to every Church.

  • Adam Smith
    Adam Smith 2 years ago +2

    Hey Young Turds how is that money coming from Mohammeds kingdom?

    • red charmander
      red charmander 2 years ago


    • John Myers
      John Myers 2 years ago +7

      Adam Smith, becoming worth more than the American dollar the longer trump is in office.

  • Will Higgins
    Will Higgins 2 years ago +14

    Just another religious nut who thinks their personally interpretation of religion can fix everything.

  • Krystal Potter
    Krystal Potter 2 years ago +32

    If she has 5 billion and there are still homeless and hungry people on the planet...she is NOT a Christian.

    • Kitty Cobb
      Kitty Cobb 2 years ago +1

      Krystal Potter
      You do not know the projects for hunger, medical, homeless etc... Mrs.Devos has donated many millions of dollars to.
      Do you help support any of these causes at all?

    • red charmander
      red charmander 2 years ago


    • Art Smosh
      Art Smosh 2 years ago

      Krystal Potter Will giving them opportunities to help themselves is the first thing

    • CatACor
      CatACor 2 years ago +2

      Krystal Potter PREACH!!!!🙏🏽🙏🏽

  • Talyssa Krajenbrink
    Talyssa Krajenbrink 2 years ago +9

    Can you say crazy bitch?

  • Robin
    Robin 2 years ago +1

    i want to lick devos

  • Samurai Salesman
    Samurai Salesman 2 years ago +14

    Betsy and her kind are the people that are ruining christianity. Republicans in general don't understand that the separation of church and state is necessary for running a Democracy. If you try to impose your religion on others you are just making more enemies; the Romans tried to kill christians off but couldn't because they gained more converts through EXAMPLE, not indoctrination. If you want to gain converts to your system of beliefs then you need to set the example and respect the law. The role of the goverment is to rule, the role of the church is to serve, so stop enforcing and start helping.

  • Toney Mac
    Toney Mac 2 years ago +3