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NextImg:Mike Johnson, Christian nationalism are 'greatest threats' to US: James Carville


Democratic strategist James Carville referred to Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA) and Christian nationalism as threats "that are bigger than al-Qaeda" on Friday.

Carville was a guest on Real Time with Bill Maher when the host asked him about Johnson's ability to hold the Republican Party together in the House. The GOP holds a slim majority, and Johnson is the first Speaker of the House to hail from Louisiana, Carville's home state. In response, the Democratic strategist said he did not think Johnson would hold the party together and went even further in his political analysis of the speaker.

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"Mike Johnson, and what he believes, is one of the greatest threats we have today to the United States, I promise you," Carville said. "I know these people."

"You're talking about Christian nationalism?" Maher asked, to which Carville responded, "Absolutely."

"This is a bigger threat than Al-Qaeda to this country," Carville doubled down. "Let me tell you something, they go speaker of the House, they got probably at least two Supreme Court justices, maybe more. Don’t kid yourself. People in the press have no idea who this guy is, how he was formed, what the threat is, and this is a fundamental threat to the United States."

Carville said Christian nationalists do not believe in the constitution, pointing to Johnson's description of democracy as two wolves and a lamb having lunch.

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"And to say, 'Come on man that’s some crazy s***,' no, no," Carville said. "They did believe that, and they're coming and been doing it forever. They're funded, they're relentless, and they probably won’t win for a while but they might. If they do, the whole country blows a gasket."

Carville is a frequent guest on Maher's show and podcast, on which he has also issued warnings against extreme leftists.