Sans surprise, le type est un illuminé born-again :
Though Patrick was a member of the Second Baptist Church Houston since 1992, he stated he was not truly a Christian until March 1994, when, on a television-and-radio convention in Las Vegas, he repented of his sins, committed his life to God, and was saved. After this, Patrick’s faith became an important part of his life, and he considered going into Christian ministry for a time.
Patrick, an evangelical Christian, is a member of various Christian organizations, including Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the International Bible Society, and has served as guest pastor of his church, the Second Baptist Church Houston. He is very outspoken about his Christian faith, and he stated in his inauguration speech upon becoming lieutenant governor that “I respect all faiths and religions, but I am a Christian first, a conservative second and a Republican third, and I praise Jesus for this moment and this day.” Patrick was baptized in the Jordan River during a trip to Israel in 2016.
Et quand il ne t’explique pas qu’il faut tuer les vieux pour sauver l’American Way of Life, il fait des podcasts pour défendre le caractère sacré de la vie des spermatozoïdes :