GOP gubernatorial candidate running on 'Jesus, Guns, Babies' platform says 'the church rules the state of Georgia'
Kandiss Taylor, a GOPcandidate for Georgia Governor, delivered an anti-abortion speech on Sunday.
- Running on a "Jesus, Guns, Babies" platform, she criticized the separation of church and state.
At a Sunday
"We're gonna do a political rally and we're gonna honor Jesus," Taylor said while standing in front of her campaign bus, which has her "Jesus, Guns, Babies" slogan boldly painted on the side. "They're not gonna tell us 'separation of church and state.' We are the church! We run this state!"
Taylor's speech criticized the "Luciferian regime" taking over the state of
Taylor is challenging incumbent Kemp and Trump-backed candidate David Purdue for the Republican nomination for Governor. The primary election will be held Tuesday.
"The church runs the state of Georgia. This state is sovereign. This is our state. We decide what happens. We decide if we kill babies," Taylor added in her Sunday speech. "That's our choice. I pray Roe versus Wade gets overturned, it should be. But let's get one thing straight: The States didn't give them the right to have Roe versus Wade to begin with!"
Taylor's campaign did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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