Franklin Graham Calls on Christians to Stand Up to Abortion Radicals by Making this Brave Move

Right now, pro-abortion radicals are organizing around America, preparing to flood churches on Mothers’ Day not to give thanks to God or ask for forgiveness, but to harass Christians and try to intimidate the faithful into backing down on the abortion issue. As usual, the left is sowing chaos and hate in the name of “tolerance”.

The abortion group “Ruth Sent Us”, a reference to the dead leftist that had been on the Supreme Court before her passing, announced that plan to intimidate and terrorize the faithful on Twitter, saying:

Whether you’re a “Catholic for Choice”, ex-Catholic, of other or no faith, recognize that six extremist Catholics set out to overturn Roe. Stand at or in a local Catholic Church Sun May 8. #WarOnWomen #MothersDayStrike

Well, Reverend Franklin Graham, son of famed Evangelist Billy Graham, took a stand against that anti-Christian evil in a Saturday message, challenging Christians around the country to stand up to the radicals by showing up to church regardless, to not be intimidated by the baby-killers but to instead stand up for the faith like true believers.

He called for that response in an awesome Facebook post, saying:

The Left is calling for protestors to show up at churches this Sunday—Mother’s Day—to protest the Supreme Court’s vote on Roe v. Wade. My response was, GREAT—BRING IT ON!

I hope Christians will attend church this Sunday in greater numbers than ever before—to celebrate and thank God for our mothers, and to celebrate LIFE. These protesters are promoting death, not life.

And if protesters show up at churches, I hope they will find the churches packed out, and I hope the church will encourage them to stay and listen to the message—maybe they will hear something that will change their lives.

Ruth Sent Us, by the way, is the same vicious, radical organization that published the justices’ supposed home addresses online, a clear attempt to intimidate the justices into voting in the way that the left would prefer on the abortion issue.

And Graham isn’t the only leader calling on something to be done to deal with the radicals. CatholicVote President Brian Burch did so as well, calling on AG Merrick Garland to enforce the law and protect churches from pro-abortion radicals, saying:

The aggressive rage exhibited by pro-abortion advocates over the past week, and the plans of anti-Catholic zealots to disrupt Catholic masses around the country this weekend, is a vile attempt to harass, threaten, and intimidate. It is religious bigotry of the worst kind.

It is also against the law.

Yet these threats to the safety of Catholic pastors and parishioners have been met with a stunning silence from our Catholic President. Silence is not an option. President Biden must make clear that the targeting of Catholic churches is indefensible and against the law.

As if Team Biden and the radicals within it care about the law, much less protecting Biden’s supposed church. They care about leftism and advancing leftism, not justice or defending conservatives and Christians from pro-abortion attacks, as we saw when Jen Psaki refused to condemn the SCOTUS doxxing.

By: Gen Z Conservative, editor of GenZConservative.com. Follow me on Parler and Gettr.

This story syndicated with permission from Will, Author at Trending Politics



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