Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson Says You Don’t Need Health Care if You’ve Got Jesus

Why is Neil Cavuto talking to a guy best known for making duck calls on the Fox Business Channel? No idea.

Robertson, a lay minister in the Campbellite Church of Christ – which teaches baptism is necessary for justification – was rebuffing congresswoman Kamala Harris’ socialist propositions for single-payer universal health care.

While we appreciate the sentiment, because redistributing wealth (also known as “stealing”) is a sin and God hates socialism, Robertson’s argument seems less than articulate…or logical.

Robertson claimed that health care was not necessary because God gives us “eternal health care.” You can watch the video below.

What do you think about Robertson’s argument as it relates to health care? Let us know in your comments below.



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