David Benham, a strong Christian and one-half the Benham Real Estate team, posted a video on the firms Facebook page in which he asked everyone who claims to be a Christian to turn their back to the Democratic Party.
David Benham and his identical twin brother Jason were former professional baseball players before launching their real estate firm.
Their beef? The Democratic Party’s position on abortion.
“I just want to talk about one specific issue on their platform,” Benham said in the video. “They have actually increased what they want to do against the unborn. They have increased the violence against the unborn.”
He then quoted a verse from Ephesians 5:11, which admonishes the faithful to “have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.”
On that basis, Benham made his pitch.
“If you call yourself a Christian, and you’re voting Democrat, here’s what you’re voting for,” he said. “The Democratic National Platform wants to repeal the Hyde Amendment … which prohibits my tax dollars from directly paying for abortions. They want to eliminate that if Hillary Clinton is elected. They want to force your money and my money to directly pay for abortion.”
Benham also said that the Democratic Party wants to repeal the Helms Amendment prohibiting foreign aid from funding abortions in other countries.
What’s more, he said Democrats are seeking to infringe upon the First Amendment rights of Christians by telling party members to “stand against harassment, violence and intimidating tactics of anyone who would talk to abortion clinic workers and employees.”
Benham closed by asking that people “share this video, get it out. We have to stand for this and be a voice for the voiceless.”
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