Jason Rapert is the Christian Arkansas State Senator who wrote legislation(eventually signed into law) to install a Ten Commandments monument on Capitol grounds. It led to a response from The Satanic Temple asking to install a Baphomet statue right next to the Christian monument.
Also, it doesn’t matter. Rapert’s desire to put a Christian symbol on government property opens the door to monuments from every other religious and non-religious group, and the Satanists have every intention of making their views known at the Arkansas Capitol.
Rapert, by the way, had something of a Twitter meltdown after that meeting, trying to “out” The Satanic Temple’s spokesperson, blasting members for not standing during the Pledge, and whining about a graveyard protest against the founder of Westboro Baptist Church.
The next meeting to discuss details about the Satanic monument will be in January. Rapert said in a tweeted statement that “there will never be a statue installed by the Satanic Temple on our Capitol grounds.”