Bill Barr suggests non-religious people can’t ‘discipline themselves according to moral values’

Attorney General William Barr is worried that atheists are conducting “an organized, militant, secular effort” to undermine religion “in the marketplace of ideas.” That’s what he told New York’s Cardinal Timothy Dolan in an interview Wednesday, according to the National Review.

Appearing on Dolan’s Sirius XM radio show Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Barr had this to say:

“The problem today is not that religious people are trying to impose their views on non-religious people. It’s the opposite — it’s that militant secularists are trying to impose their values on religious people, and they’re not accommodating the freedom of religion of people of faith.”

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