(OPINION) – The mainstream media is going after a Christian men’s movement that has been around for decades. USA Today’s “race and inequality editor” called on the Dallas Cowboys and AT&T Stadium, where Promise Keepers is set to take place this weekend, to ban the Christian men’s group.

Promise Keepers CEO Ken Harrison responded on the Todd Starnes Show Wednesday after USA Today’s Mike Freeman accused him of “anti-trans” hate speech.

Harrison refuted Freeman’s accusations, adding that he started receiving death threats after the op-ed. “We’re going to preach God’s word, but we are not out to condemn or belittle anybody,” Harrison told host Todd Starnes. READ MORE


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Todd Starnes is an American conservative columnist, commentator, author and radio host. He has appeared on Fox and Friends and Hannity. In June 2017, Starnes began hosting a syndicated talk radio show on Fox News Radio.