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Ron Reagan’s advertisement for the Freedom From Religion Foundation was the clear winner of the CNN/Des Moines Register Democratic presidential primary debate, according to several Twitter users.
Tuesday night’s event was criticized for being “low energy,” but one commercial that reappeared several times kept viewers entertained. The Freedom From Religion Foundation ran an advertisement featuring Reagan, who is the son of President Ronald Reagan, proudly declaring that he’s not afraid of “burning in hell.”
The article goes on to state the following:
“Hi, I’m Ron Reagan, an unabashed atheist, and I’m alarmed by the intrusions of religion into our secular government,” Reagan says in the opening of the advertisement. “That’s why I’m asking you to support the Freedom From Religion Foundation, the nation’s largest and most effective association of atheists and agnostics working to keep state and church separate, just like our Founding Fathers intended. Please support the Freedom From Religion Foundation.”
The ad received huge feedback on Twitter – some in favor, and some opposed.
The #RonReagan – President Ronald Reagan’s son – commercial about being an unabashed #atheist feels like the most #controversial and #interesting thing I’ve seen during the #DemDebate #DemocraticDebate tonight. https://t.co/KAq40TUCPQ
— Maria Afsharian (@MariaAfsharian) January 15, 2020
I just saw a commercial supporting the removal of religion in government and it was the most amazing thing I’ve seen…ever! Hahaha #RonReagan
— Lil Blanco Da Rozay (@BlancoRozay) January 15, 2020
“… Lifelong atheist and not afraid of burning in hell.“
— MARSUPIOUS (@MARSUPIOUS) January 15, 2020
Ron Reagan won the debate. @FFRF
— Pat (@castlecraver) January 15, 2020
— xrpSWAN.com (@XRPSwan) January 15, 2020
His father would be shammed..so sad..
— mjrocks1901 (@mjrocks1901) January 15, 2020
His parents are so disappointed What a disgrace
— Victoria Deplorable Dreg of Society (@Azalea5560) January 15, 2020
Yes, it added on to the evil that was on the stage.
— Nancy Eardley (@nancylees) January 15, 2020
Speaking as an atheist, I have to say the commercial is juvenile and shallow. “Not afraid of burning in hell.” Is that the best case he can make for atheism?
— Anthony Shafton (@ShaftonAnthony) January 15, 2020
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