A FINAL PLEA AND WARNING TO WHITE EVANGELICAL LEADERS WHO SUPPORT BIDEN.

I am issuing a warning to white evangelical leaders who have endorsed Joe Biden. I am imploring you to rethink your monumental blunder. Why am I doing this? Because unlike others—who dismiss you as a sad anomaly—I believe you are having an impact on young believers.

You may be in the glow of martyrdom. You may think you are heroically going against the grain like Martin Luther nailing his ninety-five theses to the church door at Wittenberg. In fact, you are completely the opposite. The very villains you think you are opposing are using your intellectual arrogance to seduce you. You are opposing everything you value. The main reason you can’t see this, is that you are working from an old and obsolete model.

Here are 5 reasons your support of Biden will remain a disaster for you, long after this election is over:

1. Blacks and Latinos will see you as oppressors. The day when liberals were deemed the liberators of minorities is long gone. At this moment, 47% of blacks approve of the job Trump is doing. That is because they woke up from the coma of blind allegiance to Democrats. Their cities are crumbling because of corrupt Democrat politicians. They feel that socialism is slavery and they are done with the lies.

By supporting Biden—the poster child for do-nothing Democrats—you are supporting the ongoing misery. So, all your rhetoric about decency and justice is lost on the very people you claim to want to help by supporting Biden. Minorities understand that Democrats are the last people on earth to entrust with money for minorities. Blacks and Latinos want paychecks not food stamps. They will remember your misguided support for Biden. Your credibility as a social force for good will go up in smoke.

2. You didn’t just reject good you endorsed evil. The validity of your attacks on Trump’s past are obliterated by Biden’s present. Unlike Trump, whose mistakes were as a playboy businessman, Biden’s sexual assault on a woman and his unwanted advances on underage females happened as a public servant—and they have continued until very recently. All of your platitudes about Trump’s temperament vaporize now that we have seen Biden’s diminished mental capacity, explosive temper, pathological lies, and dismissive egoism.

Worst of all, we now know Biden is the head of a crime family. Oh, don’t give me any blather about Russian interference. The Laptop with the mountain of devastating emails and images of child porn belongs to Hunter Biden. That is settled fact. Our worst fears about Biden are confirmed. He has and will peddle influence to our avowed enemies for money. This is why our endorsement of Biden will stain you—it is an endorsement of evil.

3. Abortion is a deal breaker. A PhD Foursquare Church pastor (who may be down to one square) said this, “I support Biden. Some Christian friends may point to the abortion policies espoused by Democrats, and question my pro-life convictions. But politics is NOT a single-issue enterprise.”

You know what…he is right, politics is not a single-issue enterprise—but Christianity is. And that is why his argument disintegrates under scrutiny. You can’t support abortion from the Word of God. But that is just the beginning. No Christian is blameless if they are not trying to stop the heinous celebration of the deaths of 61 MILLION babies, making it the greatest mass butchery ever to see the light of day.

What happens inside of Planned Parenthood is not a single-issue enterprise. It is an unspeakable horror—not only because of the acts performed on babies that survive abortion—but in the rationalization of those horrors. The blood of innocents and the sin of the rationalization clings to any believer who even indirectly condones it, and they will have to answer to God for their blood.

Here’s the fatal blow to the argument of defending Biden: These evangelicals salve their conscience by saying Republicans want to save babies, but abandon them after they are born.  That “yeah but” tradeoff is obliterated now that we know Democrats not only kill babies…they enslave people throughout their entire lives.  Abortion is a deal breaker.

4. Your motivation is not justice or equality, but acceptance. You want to appear to be ‘woke’. You want the intellectual community to hail you as their equal and not as a Bible thumping ignoramus. Well, Mark Galli, the former editor of Christianity Today, embodied this arrogance when he wrote:

“I describe evangelicals like me as ‘elite’ evangelicals … and this class of evangelicals has discovered that we have family members so different they seem like aliens in our midst. These other evangelicals often haven’t finished college, and if they have jobs (and apparently a lot of them don’t), they are blue-collar jobs or entry-level work. They don’t write books or give speeches; they don’t attend conferences of evangelicals for social justice or evangelicals for immigration reform. They are deeply suspicious of mainstream media. A lot of them voted for Donald Trump.”

Galli threw his brothers and sisters in Christ under the bus so he would look woke. Don’t repeat his towering mistake. Spurgeon warned against the traitor who wanted to look good to the world: “If we were more like Christ, we should be more hated by His enemies. It were a sad dishonor to a child of God to be the world’s favorite. It is a very ill omen to hear a wicked world clap its hands and shout, “Well done” to the Christian man.

5. You are directly opposing God. Trump is not perfect, but he is God’s choice. He has been sent to prevent disaster. He loves America, defends Israel, and upholds the Constitution and the Bill of rights. He is a chosen instrument to exact justice on a system that is about to strangle freedom—freedom for the Church you claim as family—freedom for minorities to truly prosper—freedom for children not only to be born, but to have hope of an education and a future.

I beg you. Consider your ways. Time is running out. And remember this: The Bible does not see you as a hero.  Your true identity may be found in Proverbs 25:26: “A righteous man who falters before the wicked is like a murky spring and a polluted well.”

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IF YOU STILL CAN’T FIGURE OUT WHO TO VOTE FOR THEN YOU AIN’T CHRISTIAN.

She began by saying, “My eight-year-old is transgender.” Hearing any parent say that should be enough to turn our stomachs. Pandering to any eight-year-old’s suggestion of changing genders is the worst child abuse I can imagine. But it got much, much worse.

You see, that was the opening part of a question a woman directed at Joe Biden. She was complaining that Trump was stopping children from getting hormone injections. Joe Biden said one the first thing he would do is remove restrictions on children getting hormone shots to change their gender.

As a Christian, what more do you need to know? How can you condone such an abhorrent practice? If you still need more, maybe you ain’t Christian. And sadly, there is more.

By now, you have figured out that my title is a play on one of Joe Biden’s verbal implosions. Joe Biden appeared on the popular African American radio show, “The Breakfast Club,” with radio host Charlamagne tha God. Biden said, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” 

Joe Biden supports killing babies after they survive an abortion. Abortion is detestable enough—but to go back and attack and then kill an already tortured newborn is satanic savagery.   One person recently overheard a worker at Planned Parenthood reassure a woman that, “If your baby survives the abortion, we will break its neck.” Joe Biden supports that neck-breaking. If you don’t know an atrocity when you see it, then maybe you ain’t Christian.  And yet, there is still more.

The FBI legally confiscated Hunter Biden’s laptop.  On it was evidence that Joe and his son Hunter accepted millions from foreign leaders in exchange for influence. Hunter’s laptop was also saturated with photographs too disgusting to describe here.

What does all that all say to you? Joe Biden endangered America and accepted money from our enemies when he was Vice President. Moreover, his son—once photographed asleep with a crack pipe in his mouth—is a loose cannon that, were he to become President, Biden will not control.

Biden denied knowing anything about Burisma—the Ukrainian company that paid Hunter Biden millions for crooked deals. Then came the photograph.

Rudi Giuliani said, “Remember, Biden denied knowing anything about Burisma. Biden denied—numerous times—knowing anything about his son’s foreign dealings,” Giuliani said. “That (photo) says very clearly that Biden met with the…I think he’s now the [number] two or three guy in the most crooked company in Ukraine.”

Hormone shots for eight-year-olds. After-birth abortion. Selling America out to her enemies. What could be worse? Facebook, Twitter, and Google that’s what. In order to protect Biden, they enforced the largest censorship in American history shutting down the New York Post and the White House Press.

In the largest sweep of censorship in American history, Google, Twitter and Facebook shut down the story of Joe and Hunter’s influence peddling. The New York Post and the White House Press were among those banned from warning Americans about this towering scandal. This shows that Big Tech can and will control what the nation is supposed to think, and what they want us to know.

Only a Trump reelection can save us from the impending tyranny and horrendous evil of Big Tech that awaits us. Every true Christian knows their duty in this election.

There are Christians—including high profile evangelical leaders—who are going to attack me for saying that you are not a Christian if you vote for Biden. The only problem is, that is a lie. I never said you aren’t a Christian if you vote for Biden. I never said who you should vote for. I said, “If you still can’t figure out who to vote for, you ain’t Christian.” They figured it out. They know who they should vote for—they’re just not going to do it.

The Christians who are going to vote for Biden know in their heart it is wrong. No Christian can look at the facts and come to a different conclusion. Of course, they are still Christians, badly misguided Christians, even Christians in rebellion against God and the Bible, but still Christian.

So, let’s tear the mask off of why they are doing it. The “woke” Christian is trying to please the “woke” crowd. They swoon over the accolades of being such progressive and hip thinkers. It is a cheap way to instantly look educated and cultured to the world at large. This is nothing new.

Spurgeon blasted those who are “woke” traitors of his day when he said, “If we were more like Christ, we should be more hated by His enemies. It were a sad dishonor to a child of God to be the world’s favorite. It is a very ill omen to hear a wicked world clap its hands and shout, “Well done” to the Christian man. He may begin to look to his character, and wonder whether he has not been doing wrong, when the unrighteous give him their approbation. Let us be true to our Master, and have no friendship with a blind and base world which scorns and rejects Him. Far be it from us to seek a crown of honor where our Lord found a coronet of thorn.” Amen.

NAACP Official: Obama Campaign Staffer Threatened Me

NAACP Official: Obama Campaign Staffer Threatened Me

LISTEN: WBBM Newsradio’s Mike Krauser Reports

David Lowery says he believes he was threatened during a phone conversation with Louis Raymond, the Illinois political director for Obama for America.

Lowery says he doesn’t personally support the president because he’s not addressing issues important to the black community. He said he was explaining that to Raymond when the Obama campaign official told him, “You know what? I know everything about you.”

Lowery says Raymond added, “ We’ve been watching you, and since you don’t support Obama, we’ll deal with you,” before hanging up.

Lowery filed a report with the Oak Forest police report, he says, “in case something happens.”

He says it was suggested the NAACP should automatically back the president. Lowery notes a non-profit cannot support a particular candidate.

He says it’s a clear signal the Obama campaign is concerned about the black vote.

Lowery hosts an internet radio program called “Let the Truth Be Told,” where he’s made no secret of his displeasure with the president.

Louis Raymond declined to comment. The Obama re-election campaign issued a written statement in response to Lowery’s claims.

“Unfortunately there seems to have been a miscommunication regarding this conversation and we have since discussed with the campaign staffer in an effort to clarify the matter. The President continues to support the mission and principles of the NAACP and the work they do,” the statement said.

Lowery says he’s not for Romney, either.

Many black pastors now telling their congregations not to vote for Obama.

African-American Christians waver over vote.

Once again, I am passing this along because it shows that people are starting to get bold.  They took a big risk.  It makes you wonder about white preachers who still refuse to speak out to their people and who criticize those who do.  Time is running out men of God.  Do not end up on the wrong side of history.  You will never live this down.

By RACHEL ZOLL | Associated Press

Many black clergy see no good presidential choice between a Mormon candidate and one who supports gay marriage, so they are telling their flocks to stay home on Election Day. That’s a worrisome message for the nation’s first African-American president, who can’t afford to lose any voters from his base in a tight race.

The pastors say their congregants are asking how a true Christian could back same-sex marriage, as President Barack Obama did in May. As for Republican Mitt Romney, the first Mormon nominee from a major party, congregants are questioning the theology of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its former ban on men of African descent in the priesthood.

In 2008, Obama won 95 percent of black voters and is likely to get an overwhelming majority again. But any loss of votes would sting.

“When President Obama made the public statement on gay marriage, I think it put a question in our minds as to what direction he’s taking the nation,” said the Rev. A.R. Bernard, founder of the predominantly African-American Christian Cultural Center in New York. Bernard, whose endorsement is much sought-after in New York and beyond, voted for Obama in 2008. He said he’s unsure how he’ll vote this year.

It’s unclear just how widespread the sentiment is that African-American Christians would be better off not voting at all. Many pastors have said that despite their misgivings about the candidates, blacks have fought too hard for the vote to ever stay away from the polls.

Black church leaders have begun get-out-the-vote efforts on a wide range of issues, including the proliferation of state voter identification laws, which critics say discriminate against minorities. Last Easter Sunday, a month before Obama’s gay marriage announcement, the Rev. Jamal-Harrison Bryant of Baltimore formed the Empowerment Network, a national coalition of about 30 denominations working to register congregants and provide them with background on health care, the economy, education and other policy issues.

Yet, Bryant last month told The Washington Informer, an African-American newsweekly, “This is the first time in black church history that I’m aware of that black pastors have encouraged their parishioners not to vote.” Bryant, who opposes gay marriage, said the president’s position on marriage is “at the heart” of the problem.

Bryant was traveling and could not be reached for additional comment, his spokeswoman said.

The circumstances of the 2012 campaign have led to complex conversations about faith, politics and voting.

The Rev. George Nelson Jr., senior pastor of Grace Fellowship Baptist Church in Brenham, Texas, participated in a conference call with other African-American pastors the day after Obama’s announcement during which the ministers resolved to oppose gay marriage. Nelson said Obama’s statement had caused a “storm” in the African-American community.

Still, he said “I would never vote for a man like Romney,” because Nelson has been taught in the Southern Baptist Convention that Mormonism is a cult.

As recently as the 2008 GOP primaries, the SBC’s Baptist Press ran articles calling the LDS church a cult. This year, however, prominent Southern Baptists have discouraged use of the term when addressing theological differences with Mormonism. Many Southern Baptist leaders have emphasized there are no religious obstacles to voting for a Mormon.

Nelson planned to vote and has told others to do the same. He declined to say which candidate he would support.

“Because of those that made sacrifices in days gone by and some greater than others with their lives. It would be totally foolish for me to mention staying away from the polls,” he said in an email exchange.

Romney has pledged to uphold conservative positions on social issues, including opposing abortion and gay marriage. But many black pastors worry about his Mormon beliefs. Christians generally do not see Mormonism as part of historic Christianity, although Mormons do.

African-Americans generally still view the church as racist. When LDS leaders lifted the ban on blacks in the priesthood in 1978, church authorities never said why. The Mormon community has grown more diverse, and the church has repeatedly condemned racism. However, while most Christian denominations have publicly repented for past discrimination, Latter-day Saints never formally apologized.

Bernard is among the traditional Christians who voted for Obama in 2008 and are now undecided because of the president’s support for gay marriage. But Bernard is also troubled by Romney’s faith.

“To say you have a value for human life and exclude African-American human life, that’s problematic,” Bernard said, about the priesthood ban. “How can I judge the degree to which candidate Romney is going to allow his Mormonism to influence his policies? I don’t know. I can’t.”

Romney said in a 2007 speech that LDS authorities would have no influence on his policies as president. He also said he wept when he learned that the priesthood ban had been abolished because he was anxious for it to be lifted. But that has done little to change perceptions among African-Americans and others.

“Obama was supposed to answer for the things that Rev. Wright said,” said the Rev. Floyd James of the Greater Rock Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, at a recent meeting of the historically black National Baptist Convention. “Yet here’s a guy (Romney) who was a leader in his own church that has that kind of history, and he isn’t held to some kind of account? I have a problem with that.”

Obama broke in 2008 with his longtime Chicago pastor, Jeremiah Wright, after videos of his incendiary sermons were broadcast.

Many Democrats and Republicans have argued that Romney’s faith should be off limits. The Rev. Derrick Harkins, faith outreach director for the Democratic National Committee, travels around the country speaking to African-American pastors and other clergy. He said concerns over gay marriage have receded as other issues take precedence, and no pastors have raised Mormonism in their conversations with him about the two candidates.

“There’s just no space in this campaign for casting aspersions on anyone’s faith,” Harkins said in a phone interview. “It’s not morally upright. It’s not ethically appropriate.”

The Rev. Howard-John Wesley, who leads the Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Va., said he is telling his congregants, “Let’s not make the election a decision about someone’s salvation.” Last spring, when it became clear that Romney would be the GOP nominee, congregants starting asking about Mormonism, so Wesley organized a class on the faith. He said congregants ultimately decided that “we could not put Mormons under the boundaries of orthodox Christianity.”

But Wesley said, “I don’t want Gov. Romney to have to defend the Mormon church, the way President Obama had to defend Jeremiah Wright.” Wesley, whose congregation has more than 5,000 members, said he will be voting for Obama.

The Rev. Lin Hill, an associate pastor of Bethany Baptist Church in Chesapeake, Va., said in a phone interview that he plans to travel with other local pastors to about 50 congregations over two weeks to hold discussions and distribute voter guides that will include a contrast between historic Christianity and Mormonism, and educate congregants about the former priesthood ban.

Hill is active in his local Democratic Party but said he’s acting independently of the campaign. He said Mormon theology becomes relevant when congregants argue that they can’t vote for Obama because, as a Christian, he should have opposed gay marriage.

“If you’re going to take a tenet of a religion and let that dissuade you from voting, then we have to,” discuss Mormon doctrine, Hill said. “We want folks to have a balanced view of both parties, but we can’t do that without the facts.”

The Rev. Dwight McKissic, a prominent Southern Baptist and black preacher, describes himself as a political independent who didn’t support Obama in 2008 because of his position on social issues. McKissic said Obama’s support for same-gender marriage “betrayed the Bible and the black church.” Around the same time, McKissic was researching Mormonism for a sermon and decided to propose a resolution to the annual Southern Baptist Convention that would have condemned Mormon “racist teachings.”

McKissic’s Mormon resolution failed.

On Election Day, McKissic said, “I plan to go fishing.”