Franklin Graham has warned his followers to stay away from political candidates who describe themselves as “progressives”.
On Wednesday, the son of the late evangelist Billy Graham spoke about Wisconsin’s Supreme Court elections where the liberal-leaning candidate Rebecca Dallet won over the Republican-backed Michael Screnock.
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Graham told his followers, “If Christians had come out to vote, this seat wouldn’t have been lost. It’s not the time to be silent – it’s time to make positive change for our children & grandchildren.”
Via Twitter, Graham urged Christians to vote in the mid-term elections. Although he held back from endorsing either party, he made clear that Christians should avoid “progressive” candidates.
Graham is a loyal Trump supporter, and he even prayed at the president’s inauguration. He has frequently defended Trump in the wake of heavy criticism and has also been outspoken in his enthusiasm for Trump’s policies in support of Christians.
Ahead of the 2016 presidential election, he did hold a “Decision America” tour across 50 states urging Christians to vote.
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Credit: Christian Today