Franklin Graham, son of controversial universalist preacher, Billy Graham, says he is willing to join up with Joe Biden to push a controversial vaccine program that has reportedly caused the deaths of thousands of people. According to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), currently over 3000 deaths have occurred following administration of one of the three available COVID-19 vaccines.
Disclaimer: It is important to note that reports can be submitted by anyone through this system and at this time, there is no definitive, authoritative proof that all of these deaths were caused by the vaccine. However, it is also important to note that many of the adverse events reported are very similar, follow a pattern, and should most certainly be transparently investigated.
That being said, there is no doubt that the vaccines are controversial and that people familiar with the history of government-sponsored and pharmaceutical company-pushed drugs, it should come as no surprise that many are skeptical.
Franklin Graham, who is noted for an outrageous claim that “Jesus would have taken the vaccine,” is now overstepping his boundary to use his religious platform to push a political vaccine that, according to a recent AP poll, has at least 40 percent of white Evangelicals unlikely to take any of the vaccines–an unprecedented number.
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“I would work with the Biden administration. I would work with the CDC. I would work with all of them to try to help save life,” he told Axios’ Mike Allen on Sunday’s episode of Axios on HBO.
“I want people to know that God loves them,” Graham said in response to a question from Allen. “He will forgive you and God will accept you into his presence.”
“I want people to know that COVID-19 can kill you,” he continued. “But we have a vaccine out there that could possibly save your life. And if you wait, it could be too late.”
This follows in the footsteps of Southern Baptist political leftist, Russell Moore, who joined with NIH Director Francis Collins to push the vaccine, comparing it the gospel. Moore has also suggested that not getting vaccinated is morally equivalent to murder. At what point should we write these political activists masquerading as church leaders off and purge them from the ranks of the Church?