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This ‘faith and Freedom’ Conference Revealed the Future Direction of the Republican Party

Former President Donald Trump ascended the stage last week at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s annual Road to Majority conference in Nashville, Tennessee, as “I’m proud to be an American” began to play.

He stood near the American flag for the duration of the song, gazing out at the audience with an expression that falls between a smile and a smirk that has become his hallmark.

The border, election fraud, “the radical left,” “mad” Liz Cheney, and “human conveyor line” Mike Pence were all discussed in Trump’s speech, which lasted more than an hour and a half and was rambling in nature.

The former president expressed his views on American principles and discussed perceived dangers to these values and the nation. In particular, Democrats and RINOs, he contended, posed the biggest internal threat to the nation.

Trump stated, “We know that religious freedom is the basis of all freedom because our rights and liberties come directly from our creator.”

“Because we believe the United States to be a sovereign nation with a sovereign people, we must have a strong, secure, and sovereign border.

If we do not have a border, we cannot have free and fair elections, and then we do not have a country. We think that America’s future rests on sustaining the Judeo-Christian ideals and founding principles.


And most importantly, we know this in America: we do not worship the government; we adore God.”

Trump also assured the gathering of a Republican triumph in the upcoming midterm elections while accusing the “extreme left” of making politics their religion and using a sledgehammer to attack “everything we hold dear, every last pillar of American heritage.”

“This November, we will stand against the fascism of the left. We shall regain our independence. In November, we will reclaim our nation, he declared.

Trump’s speech was straight for the type of religiously conservative audience in attendance.

He asserted that Democrats and RINOs in particular posed the greatest internal threat to the country.

The former president has been a staple at the event for years, but he did not attend in 2021 when both former Vice President Mike Pence and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis spoke. With the 2024 presidential race on the horizon, though, this year’s presence took on greater significance.

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Timothy Head, executive director of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, stated that it was a coincidence that Trump was the featured speaker at this year’s event while two of his major competitors for the presidential nomination were notably absent.

“We invited them all last year, and we invited them all again this year,” Head told Deseret News. I do not know all of the reasons why it failed for the Trump campaign last year.

Head noted that DeSantis is not attending many events outside of Florida at the moment and that Pence had a schedule difficulty.

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