Relevant segment at about 1:06.
Unedited clip from Mike Huckabee’s speech at the Rediscover God in America conference before his ‘Americans should be forced at gunpoint to listen to David Barton’ was edited out.
AlterNet has the whole story. Here’s an excerpt:
Huckabee has just been caught on video, at a Christian supremacist conference, stating that Americans should be forcibly indoctrinated at gunpoint. As Chris Rodda writes, at Talk To Action:
Kyle Mantyla over at PFAW’s Right Wing Watch had recorded Huckabee’s speech when it was streamed live on Thursday, and posted the ‘forced at gunpoint’ clip on Friday. By Saturday, when I watched the webcast on the United in Purpose website, that part of Huckabee’s speech had been edited out.
I guess HuckaCrite thought he was being funny, huh? Had a Dem said the same thing, guess who’d be on every talking head show condemning it.
And who is David Barton? Wiki:
David Barton (born 1954) is an American evangelical Christian political activist and founder of the group WallBuilders minister,, a Texas-based organization that describes itself as “dedicated to presenting America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on the moral, religious, and constitutional foundation on which America was built.”  Barton is the former co-chair of the Texas Republican party.
Barton is a collector of early American documents, and his official biography describes him as “an expert in historical and constitutional issues.”  Barton holds no formal credentials in history or law, and critics dispute the accuracy and integrity of his assertions about history, accusing him of practicing misleading historical revisionism and “pseudoscholarship.” 
He was described in a 2005 Time magazine article entitled The 25 Most Influential Evangelicals as “a major voice in the debate over church-state separation” who, despite the fact that “many historians dismiss his thinking… [is] a hero to millions — including some powerful politicians.“ He has been described as a Christian nationalist and “one of the foremost Christian revisionist historians“; much of his work is devoted to advancing the idea that the United States was founded as an explicitly Christian nation. Barton has been featured on television and radio programs hosted by prominent figures in the American conservative movement, including former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and Glenn Beck, who has praised Barton as “the Library of Congress in shoes.“