It’s A Fact: New House Speaker Mike Johnson And His Wife Are Cultists!

It’s been comical for those who know House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) to hear and see Democrats across the nation — with their media “lapdogs” in tow — rail against the new Speaker for dozens of alleged “did you hear’s” stories. The truth about Mike and his wife Kelly is that they are a typical southern family who have espoused their beliefs in traditional marriage between a man and a woman. They believe Jesus Christ is their guide through obvious turbulences that are inevitable in any marriage.

Think about it: Johnson has been blasted for not having enough personal assets to be required to list on his Financial Ethics Report, which is required annually of all members of Congress. “In other words,” according to one Leftist cable news story, “Johnson hasn’t been corrupted….YET!”

Bullets flew when one outlet discovered that Johnson kept two flags in his Capitol office: the United States flag and a Christian flag. And, OMG, he actually knelt with dozens of fellow House members in the House chamber the evening he was elected Speaker AND PRAYED TOGETHER!

It took only minutes — not hours or days — for Legacy Media outlets to brand Johnson as a White Supremacist, a “sluggard” — whatever that means — a “Trump sycophant,” a David Duke adherent, and one of those evil First and Second Amendment supporters!

He voted NOT to send aid to Ukraine whenever such a vote came to the House. His explanation for his “no-vote” was that no provision was included for Congress to audit the spending by Ukraine of Americans’ financial assistance to Zelensky and Company.

God forbid Americans would have a person who is second in line of succession to the Presidency demanding financial accountability for ANY aid given to ANY foreign country!

But the immediate and nasty derision for his and Kelly’s decision to enter into a special kind of marriage illustrates just how the Left doesn’t care about “substance” owned by any conservative. All that matters is how it compares to the pictures painted by Democrats for decades that require only “appearance” to be expected.

Facts don’t matter to them!

How Does The Left “Really” Feel About The Johnson Family?

The left-wing media think the new speaker of the House is “a sinister little creep” with “strong incel energy.” Why? He is happily married and intends to remain so.

Speaker of the House Mike Johnson and his wife, Kelly, have a covenant marriage, not unlike millions of Christians worldwide, the only difference perhaps being that theirs is recognized in law. Louisiana is one of the few states (Arizona and Arkansas are the other two) where couples can enter a legally binding marriage that is not subject to the typical no-fault divorce laws.

In 2001, 15 years before Johnson was first elected to Congress, he and Kelly happened to be one of two couples whom “Good Morning America” found to interview about their covenant marriages. In response to a question from host Diane Sawyer, Kelly said, “From a woman’s perspective … I wanted to know it was for a lifetime, and it gives me such peace and security.” She implied, in essence, that marriage — real, covenantal marriage — makes sex safe. And, of course, she is not wrong.

Marriage, properly regarded, does make sex safe. When a couple enters the marriage covenant, they enter something that already exists that is foundational to every society. In it, something real and powerful, sex — with its ability to wreck relationships and make unwanted babies — is acknowledged and put to good use to form a family.

However, by 2001, no-fault divorce was the law of the land almost everywhere (except New York). No-fault divorce, which purported to address legitimate issues such as abuse, allows one or both spouses to end the marriage with or without cause simply because they do not want to be married anymore. It has reduced marriage in America to a piece of paper and demolished the authority and stability of the family.

States must again change their marriage laws to allow only at-fault divorce. This would regard marriage properly as a lifelong commitment dissoluble only by death or in the narrow and grievous instances of moral failure. Such laws rightly penalize, socially and financially, the at-fault spouse for breaking the marital covenant for reasons of adultery, physical harm, or desertion. Just marriage laws would prioritize the good of children and the innocent party and restore the authority and stability of the family.

The main argument for no-fault divorce is an increase in the bargaining power of the dissatisfied party. We are told that the mere threat of divorce can improve the offending spouse’s behavior. The children of the marriage are not factored into the equation, or when they are, the adverse effects are chalked up to their experience of a high-conflict marriage before the actual divorce.

The true legacy of no-fault divorce is far from benign. By every determination of well-being, whether social, economic, emotional, or physical health, in every instance, divorce hurts kids. Sociologists Sara McLanahan and Gary Sandefur have found that 31 percent of kids with divorced parents dropped out of high school, compared to 13 percent of children from intact families; 33 percent of girls whose parents divorced became teen mothers, compared to 11 percent of girls from intact families; and 11 percent of boys who come from divorced families end up going to jail before the age of 32, compared to 5 percent of boys who come from intact homes. Jonathan Gruber, a professor of economics at MIT, finds kids of divorced parents are “less well educated, have lower family incomes, marry earlier but separate more often, and have higher odds of adult suicide.”

Parental divorce is considered an adverse childhood experience (ACE). An ACE is usually described as a traumatic event that can have negative and lasting effects. Little wonder divorce doubles kids’ chances of having problems with their “gut, skin, nervous system, genitals, and urinary organs.” Relationally, children of divorce whose parents never remarried are 45 percent more likely to end their own marriages but are 91 percent more likely to divorce when their divorced parents remarry another spouse.

And for adults, divorce does not actually fix much. Generally speaking, you will not, in fact, be happier. A 2002 Institute for American Values report found that two-thirds of unhappily married adults who did not divorce reported happier marriages five years later. Meanwhile, the unhappy couples who divorced were no happier, on average, than those who stayed together. Staying married then is perhaps the wisest and best thing a couple can do for themselves, their children, and the entire society.

Marriage is the fundamental institution anchoring our identity and our society. Without it, individuals and society became unmoored. This is not to say that everyone everywhere must be married. It is to say that a society with many strong, healthy marriages is strong and healthy enough to support everyone else regardless of life circumstances. As Carl Trueman writes in his book Strange New World, religion, family, and nation traditionally were the three fundamental external anchors of identity. As the institutions of marriage and family collapse, humans must search for or create their identities with no objective way of determining what is true and real.

The sexual revolution grew from more than the seed of no-fault divorce. The advent of the birth control pill and the legalization of abortion under Roe were also major fault lines. But no-fault divorce has dismantled marriage and, in so doing, has played a critical part in the civilizational unmooring we face now.

The law is a teacher. Suppose laws become stumbling blocks to rearing children who can participate valuably in society and are capable of raising children. In that case, the law is not functioning correctly and teaching the wrong things. American marriage laws are dysfunctional and a legal undermining of the family structure.

We have cut the branch upon which we sit and eroded the stability and authority of the family. The family is the most fundamental institution of society, and we must restore laws that teach that sex is a public act done in private. Properly regarded marriage is a covenant, and American law should regard it as such again by eliminating no-fault divorce.


And the outrage from the Left for Johnson is just beginning! Imagine the tears of anger and fear for what “might” happen with this young “Goober” from the South who now has political power. Monday, a glimpse of that scenario appeared in a column published by “Epoch News” titled, “Backers See a 2025 Trump–Johnson Team as a Panacea for America.”

Imagine Louisiana’s “Goober” ascending to the highest office in the Land next year.

The Left must ensure that House restrooms have no sharp edges!


1 thought on “It’s A Fact: New House Speaker Mike Johnson And His Wife Are Cultists!”

  1. Wise words, so refreshing to be reminded that marriage and it’s sacred vows are still sanctified and held dear by many. Sadly this world of increasing immorality will ultimately be regretted.

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