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Robert Jeffress, host of radio show Pathway to Victory and pastor of the 12,000 member First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, was one of the first national evangelical Christian leaders to publicly endorse Donald Trump for President.
And he has a few choice words for Christians who still refuse to support the Republican nominee.
Jeffress appeared on Fox News’ Hannity along with Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. to discuss the impact of Trump’s Friday speech at the Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit, and he didn’t hold anything back in his criticisms of the so-called “NeverTrump” movement.
Speaking about the all-important topic of the appointment of conservative Supreme Court justices who will “interpret the law using the Constitution rather than political correctness as the standard,” an issue that he and host Sean Hannity agreed would affect every issue evangelicals care about, Jeffress launched into his critique.
“I am getting sick and tired of these namby pamby panty-waisted weak-kneed Christians who say they’re gonna stay home in November out of moral principle,” Jeffress said. “Will you please tell me what great moral principle there is in the universe that will allow a prohibition, anti-religious liberty candidate like Hillary Clinton to become the president? I believe any conservative Christian who refuses to vote or throws away his vote in November is nothing but a hypocrite and a fool.”
Preach it pastor… preach it!
— Robert Wilonsky (@RobertWilonsky) September 10, 2016
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