Zionist Fascist 'Christian' Admits Israel, Not Abortion, Won Tangelical Vote Trump The Evangelical Vote
9/11 WAS NOT ONLY A PRETEXT TO OVERTHROW THE U.S. CONSTITUTION BUT RUSH AMERICA TO WAR FOR ISRAEL IN THE MIDDLE EAST BUT ALSO A WAY TO UNITE CHURCH WITH STATE IN THE ULTIMATE CIA MOSSAD MEANS TO UNITE CHISTIAN CHURCHES WITH THE STATE AND ISRAEL. SEPARATION OF CHURCH OR MOSQUE OR SYNANGOGUE FROM STATE WAS ONE OF THE WISES THINGS THE U.S. CONSTITUTION AND ITS FOUNDERS DID.W BUSH USED 911 TO BRING ONLY PRO ISRAEL 'CHRISTIAN',
MEANING ANTI-CHRISTIAN PRO ZIONIST TO THE TOP AND USED U.S. GOVERNMENT MONEY TO FUND THEM.
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Oct 7, 2002 - ... editor for Worldwide Newsroom before joining WND shortly after 9/11. ... “I think that George W. Bush is probably the best friend Israel ever had in ... leader said that President Bush is well aware of the evangelical Christian ...
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John Hagee: Israel, Not Abortion, Won Trump The Evangelical Vote
Hagee told Newsmax TV on Thursday: "The Democratic Party did not bring it up... But the Republican Party, particularly with Pence and also with Donald Trump, made it an issue that America was going to stand with Israel.
"I also believe that abortion had something to do with it, but Israel was the main issue that drove the people that we know to vote like they had never voted before."
Hagee, 76, is senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, and also founded Christians United for Israel. He is well-known for his frequent interventions in public affairs, especially his unwavering support of the Israeli government.
Sponsored Watch Your Favorite Christian Films, 24/7. Click Here To Start Your Free Trial TodayIn May, he gave an implicit endorsement of Trump, though didn't mention the candidate by name. "I'm going to vote for the candidate that's going to make the US military great again. I'm going to vote for the party that is going to solve the immigration problem, not the one that has created the immigration problem. I'm going to support the party that brings jobs back from China... I'm not going to vote for the party that has betrayed Israel for the past seven years," Hagee said in a video message.
White evangelicals backed Trump by 81 per cent to 16 per cent on November 8.