“Sometimes a child is just too dumb, and we as a country need to recognize the obvious signs,” he added. “Like when they don’t speak English. That’s a huge giveaway.”
“But it was to be a one-way wall, where the state would not dictate to the church,” the Texas Republican insisted. “But the church would certainly play a role in the state.”
Gohmert said that he was “shocked” to hear the Obama administration say that corporations could not form religious beliefs during Tuesday’s oral arguments before the Supreme Court.
“No, that would be an impeachable offense by the president,” Gohmert declared.
“But there is no reason we should ever, ever default on our debts unless the president and the treasury secretary conspire to make us default,” he added.
“If you don’t want to be ‘discriminated against’ at work—i.e., voted right the hell out of office—it might be a good idea to pretend you’re not a total bigot. Ya know, just a suggestion.”