Although the National Prayer Breakfast bills itself as nonpartisan and ecumenical, its sole benefactor is anything but: Franklin Graham.
Roland Martin took us to church on the hypocrisy of conservative evangelicals who have gone radio silent on the shocking immorality of Matt Gaetz.
Graham is hoping a million people will show up and do a two hour walk while praying on the mall.
Here's why that matters to our political discourse.
During an appearance with Jeanine Pirro, Graham blamed the pandemic on "a fallen world" which has "turned its back on God," while ignoring his own worship of Donald Trump.
Franklin Graham tells Fox's Jeanine Pirro this about the coronavirus pandemic: “Well, I don’t think it’s God’s plan for this to happen. It’s because of the sin that’s in the world.”
Franklin Graham suggested to Fox News on Sunday that "hatred for Trump" and "a lot of people in the media" are responsible for a mass stabbing at a Hanukkah party in New York over the weekend.
"Out of love for Jesus and his church, not for political partisanship or intellectual elitism, this is why we feel compelled to say that the alliance of American evangelicalism with this presidency has wrought enormous damage to Christian witness," the publication stated.
Former evangelist Frank Schaeffer took the likes of Franklin Graham, Kenneth Copeland and their fellow grifters to task for holding a so-called "Special Day of Prayer" for Trump.
Franklin Graham got the treatment he deserved from the Morning Joe crew for his nasty, judgmental, hypocritical tweets against Pete Buttigieg.
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