Action Alert

Thank Rep. Huffman for standing up to Christian Nationalism

Rep. Jared Huffman, co-chair of the Congressional Freethought Caucus, is under fire for standing up to Christian Nationalists — and he needs to hear your words of support.

On FFRF’s national television show “Freethought Matters” that aired last weekend, Huffman pointed out that requiring witnesses to recite “so help me God” during oaths unnecessarily entangles government with religion. Watch Huffman’s other superb remarks on “Freethought Matters.”

The Religious Right has jumped on this interview to mobilize its base and vilify Huffman. The Washington Examiner and Fox News are using FFRF’s interview with Huffman as an opportunity to attack him for his support of secular government.

Can you take a few minutes to thank Huffman for standing up for our community and for all Americans who support the separation of church and state? We need to defend our champions in Congress.

WAYS TO TAKE ACTION: 

  1. If you live in Rep. Huffman’s district (2nd district - California), click here to email or call Huffman’s office in support of his appearance on Freethought Matters. Feel free to use or adapt the talking points provided.
  2. If you are from outside the district, please send your message to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will send it on to Rep. Huffman’s office.
  3. Thank Rep. Huffman on Facebook or Twitter.

TALKING POINTS
I want to thank you for bravely speaking out against Christian Nationalism and standing up for the secular community on FFRF’s TV show, “Freethought Matters.” We need more members of Congress who will champion the separation between religion and government, and we are grateful for your support and representation on Capitol Hill.

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