Ohio Republican admits if he's elected he won't follow the Constitution

Republican Senate candidate Josh Mandel confessed to a Sunday debate crowd that he wouldn't follow the Constitution if elected to the federal office.

While all federal officials are mandated to swear an oath to the Constitution, Mandel has serious issues with the first one.

"The media, the uniparty (sic) in Washington — they're trying to take God out of all aspects of society," said Mandel. "And they're trying to water down on the Judeo-Christian bedrock of America."

He went on to say that he doesn't want to "water down" Christianity for those of other faiths and religions in the United States he wants to dial it up.

"We should be instilling faith in the classroom, in the workplace, and everywhere in society," said Mandel. "There's no such thing as separation of church and state."

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