The phrase "separation of church and state" appears NOWHERE in the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, or any other founding document. The phrase appeared in ONE Thomas Jefferson letter, a reference to preventing a theocracy, which is NOT a founding document, nor is it part of the social contract created by the US Constitution. The phrase "separation of church and state" is of Communist origins and was derived from a 1947 Supreme Court ruling in which KKK attorney, appointed by FDR, Justice Hugo Black, created a 5-4 ruling favoring the mythical "separation of church and state". It is a Marxist-Leninist myth being perpetuated to this very day...
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