Gingrich bringing anti-‘secularism’ film to Minnesota
Potential presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and his wife will be in Minneapolis in May to present their film “Rediscovering God in America,” a Citizens United production. The event is hosted by the Minnesota Family Council, according to an event listing on the Newt Gingrich’s campaign website. The film recounts Gingrich’s assertion that the founding fathers envisioned a religious United States and decries secularism.
The film is produced by Citizens United, of corporate expenditure fame. The “American values” film is narrated by Gingrich along with Callista Gingrich, his third wife and former mistress. Though the film and associated book are over two years, old, the Minnesota Family Council will be bringing it to Minneapolis. In 2009, Gingrich made the assertion at a “Rediscovering God in America” event that Christians are surrounded by paganism in America. The Minneapolis event will take place on May 17 and information about the location is not yet available.
Here’s a video clip of Gingrich talking about “Rediscovering God in America.”
And here’s the official trailer for the film: