Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Franklin Graham praises mayor who said that the LGBTQ agenda is an affront to Almighty God


Franklin Graham praises mayor who said that the LGBTQ agenda is an affront to Almighty God

By Julio Severo
Evangelist Franklin Graham is praising an American mayor for his “guts.” And he’s encouraging his Facebook followers to pray that a state mandate for LGBT indoctrination will be overturned.
Graham explained that Mayor Alfonso Cirulli of Barnegat Township in New Jersey “is coming under fire for saying that the LGBTQ agenda is ‘an affront to Almighty God.’” Graham wrote, “Love this guy — he’s got a lot of guts!”
At a meeting last week of the township, Cirulli “voiced his concerns about a new school curriculum mandated by the state requiring students be taught LGBTQ history.”
WND reported Cirulli was launching a “campaign against a new law that will require public schools to teach LGBT history and the contributions of prominent LGBT individuals.”
New Jersey is the second state in the U.S. to mandate such indoctrination. California was the first.
Cirulli said, “No group has a right to force others to comply with their beliefs, deprive them of their First Amendment rights, and strip the rights of parents of how to morally raise their children.”
Some 20 year ago, homosexualists said that conservatives were lying when they said that homosexualists were after children. The time has proved conservatives right and homosexualists liars.
An effective government way to stop homosexualists from chasing children with their propaganda and school indoctrination would be a law banning homosexual propaganda to children and adolescents. Such law exists — in Russia — and it successfully protects children from homosexual indoctrination. Even Franklin Graham praised such law in a 2014 cover story in Decision magazine, published by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
For the U.S. to have such protective law, the U.S. president should take some action. Under left-wing President Barack Hussein Obama, such action was impossible. In fact, Obama was a fierce opponent of the Russian law.
Under President Donald Trump, there are conflicting signs: most time he makes no opposition to the gay agenda and sometimes he favors it.
So while in Russia the president is fighting the homosexual indoctrination of children, in the U.S. the mayor of a small town is doing it, while the U.S. president shows not courage or intention to confront head-on the most destructive agenda against children. On the contrary, he has celebrated the Gay “Pride” Month and launched a global campaign to make sodomy legal around the world.
Perhaps Franklin Graham or other evangelical leaders could encourage Trump to take some lessons from Putin or Cirulli about how to confront the evils of homosexual propaganda and indoctrination to children.
With information from WND (WorldNetDaily).
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