“No More Praying for Power: Pelosi’s No Religion in Politics Act Passes Final Hurdle”

In a move to strictly prevent any kind of religious influence on politics, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has proposed a new law which will force all politicians to remove any and all references to religion from their portfolios and resumes. The law, dubbed the “No Religion in Politics Act,” is aimed at preventing any kind of religious affiliation from having an undue influence on the political landscape.

The proposed law comes on the heels of the conviction of Richard Barnett, the man who posed with a boot on Pelosi’s desk during the Capitol riots. In the photo, Barnett was seen with a cross necklace, which many believe was an attempt to bring religion into the political arena.

The proposed law would require that any politician or political candidate remove any and all references to their religious beliefs or affiliations from their portfolio. This includes removing any religious symbols from their offices or any other political documents.

The proposed law would also bar any religious organizations from providing any kind of funding or support to a political candidate. This would include any kind of financial donations or endorsements.

The No Religion in Politics Act has been met with some criticism from religious organizations and other groups who believe that religious beliefs should be allowed to have a role in the political process. However, Pelosi has been adamant that the act is necessary to ensure that religion does not have an undue influence on the political process.

The proposed law is expected to be voted on in the coming weeks, and it is expected to pass with a majority vote. If passed, the law would be the first of its kind in the nation and a major step forward in preventing religion from having an influence on the political landscape.

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