New audio released today shows Doug Wardlow speaking to a Minnesota Tea Party gathering in 2013, describing his belief in the existence of a “second, unwritten Constitution” which he believes to be more fundamental than the United States Constitution he would be tasked with defending as Minnesota Attorney General.
BREAKING: Doug Wardlow believes in the existence of a "second, unwritten Constitution."— Exposing the Real Doug Wardlow (@realdougwardlow) October 18, 2018
“America has fallen, our Constitution, our institutions, have fallen, because this second, unwritten Constitution has been all but destroyed."
Which Constitution would Wardlow defend as AG? pic.twitter.com/7kcvr0VBnP
Wardlow’s remarks are worth reading in full:
“Our Constitution is designed only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate for any other. We all, like sheep, have gone astray.
“America has fallen, our Constitution, our institutions, have fallen, because this second, unwritten Constitution has been all but destroyed. But not completely.
“The radical left has succeeded in convincing too many that God is dead, but he is not. They have tried to redefine marriage and undermine the family, but marriage is defined by a higher power than man. And the family, now under assault, persists. It is natural.
“So our unwritten Constitution, the one that animates or animated our written Constitution and enabled the rule of law and liberty, isn't completely gone.”
With views like these, Minnesotans must know: when Wardlow pledges to use the Office of Attorney General to defend the Constitution, which one is he referring to? How can Minnesotans trust Wardlow to defend the rights of all, when he states that our Constitution only applies to those he considers “moral and religious” people?