Christianity Today, which is funded by Democrat dark money, recently called for U.S. Senate to affirm the impeachment of House Democrats against President Donald J. Trump. Christianity Today (CT), overtaken by leftists in recent years, was founded by Billy Graham. In a surprise announcement the president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and his son, Franklin Graham, informed the run-away leftist outlet that his father was a Trump supporter.
In an interview with Fox News, Franklin Graham said that Billy, “dissociated himself from the magazine years ago” and that he was “disappointed” by the so-called “moral high ground” they tried to take in their call for impeachment.
“My father knew Donald Trump, believed in Donald Trump, and in this last election, he voted for Donald Trump. And if he were here today, I’m sure he would tell you that himself.”
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