Rev. Franklin Graham urged evangelical Christians to get involved in the electoral process and “make their vote count,” adding that the 2016 race is vitally important because homosexual marriage, abortion, and now transgender laws are on the table, marking “just the beginning of a moral onslaught on the nation.” “This is ridiculous,” said Rev. Graham,” for a person to be able to wake up in the morning and say, ‘You know, I feel like I’m a woman today,’ For a man to say, ‘I feel like a woman, I’m going to go into a woman’s bathroom.’ … This is ridiculous.”

Reverend Graham also said he has faith neither in the Republican Party nor the Democratic Party, but has faith in God and is urging people to live their faith, to pray, and to vote. “What’s happened is the evangelical vote has not been heard, and I want them to get out and at least make their vote count,” said Rev. Graham in a Feb. 7 interview with Scott Slade on WSB Radio in Atlanta, Ga. “Now, I don’t have any faith in the Republican Party, and I don’t have any faith in the Democratic Party. I believe the only hope, really, is God.” READ MORE