Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal Promotes 'Hostile Takeover' of D.C. for 'American Dream'

| by Michael Allen

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) claimed on Saturday that Americans were ready for "a hostile takeover" of Washington D.C. to "preserve the American Dream."

Gov. Jindal was speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference where he told more than 1,000 evangelical leaders that President Obama and the Democratic Party were waging war against religious liberty and education, reports the Associated Press.

"I can sense right now a rebellion brewing amongst these United States," stated Gov. Jindal. "Where people are ready for a hostile takeover of Washington D.C. to preserve the American Dream for our children and grandchildren."

"I am tired of the left," added Gov. Jindal. "They say they're for tolerance, they say they respect diversity. The reality is this: They respect everybody unless you happen to disagree with them. The left is trying to silence us and I'm tired of it, I won't take it anymore."

Gov. Jindal, who recently signed an executive order to censor tests that are related to Common Core education, promised to keep fighting against the educational program, which he falsely suggested was dictated by the federal government.

"The federal government has no role, no right and no place dictating standards in our local schools across these 50 states of the United States of America," stated Gov. Jindal.

Gov. Jindal didn't mention that fellow Republican Louisiana Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne tried to silence a billboard ad by MoveOn.org that reminded Louisiana residents that Gov. Jindal refused to expand Medicaid in the state and cover 242,000 uninsured people, notes NOLA.com.

According to Gov. Jindal's website, he signed bill HB 305 on June 12, which silences representatives from abortion-affiliated organizations from teaching sex education in Louisiana public elementary and secondary schools or in charter schools that receive state funding.

Sources: Gov.Louisiana.gov, NOLA.com, MoveOn.org, Associated Press