Conservatives ripped The New York Times for describing President Biden as “perhaps the most religiously observant commander in chief in half a century” in a story published Saturday.
Pundits were quick to point out former presidents George W. Bush and Jimmy Carter for their outspoken faith.
“George W Bush said Jesus Christ was his favorite philosopher and credited Billy Graham with changing his life. Jimmy Carter taught Sunday School. Cmon,” pastor and author Daniel Darling wrote on Twitter.
“I think it is fair to say that Biden is sincere in a version of liberal Christianity, but the most religiously observant in a half century? Not even the most religiously observant liberal in that stretch (Carter),” the Washington Examiner’s Jim Antle wrote on Twitter.
“He’s more religiously observant than the Republicans you told us were turning the country into a Christian theocracy?” the Washington Examiner’s Seth Mandel wrote on Twitter.
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George W Bush said Jesus Christ was his favorite philosopher and credited Billy Graham with changing his life. Jimmy Carter taught Sunday School. Cmon. https://t.co/yDy60KjOs5— Daniel Darling (@dandarling) January 24, 2021