Sen. Tuberville Warns That The U.S. Is Losing Its Children To ‘Satanic Cults’

Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) gave a fiery speech Friday as he warned around 100 Utah delegates in Bluffdale about the dangers of the U.S. losing its core values, including its faith in God.

“I’ve traveled all over the country — all 50 states — I’ve been in good places and bad places. The one thing I saw, we are losing our kids to a satanic cult,” Tuberville said while campaigning for U.S. Senate Republican candidate Trent Staggs.

“We’ve lost our moral values across the country. We’ve got to get back to the Constitution, and we have got to get back to the Bible. We’ve got to get God back in our country. There’s not one Democrat that can tell you they stand up for God.”

While most Democrats report believing in God, their political stances do not line up with their faith. According to a 2018 Pew Research study, 76% of Democrats reported believing in God, which is a significant number.

However, this is the same party that believes that women have a right to kill their unborn children, even though the Bible states that God formed every human being in their mother’s womb and that God does not tolerate the shedding of innocent blood. They also believe that people can change genders, which also contradicts the Bible.

“We have got to get back to our moral values,” said Tuberville. “If we can’t get back to that and let the Democrats continue to push this cult on us and take God away from our country, we’re going to have huge problems.”

Statistics show that Tuberville is not exaggerating. According to the American Survey Center, Gen. Z is the least religious group in the history of America. Not only is 34% of the group not religious, but they are also more likely to identify as atheists.

As the generations have passed, they have relied less on God. Only 9% of baby boomers reported not being affiliated with a religion.

Looking at American culture, sinful behaviors have been glorified, including LGBT lifestyles. More than one in four Gen. Z adults identify as being LGBT, almost 30%. In comparison, only 10% of all adults, 16% of Millennials, 7% of Generation X, 4% of Baby Boomers and 4% of the Silent Generation identify as LGBT.