While appearing on Fox News’ “Hannity,” Pastor Robert Jeffress from Texas and Pastor Darrell Scott of the New Spirit Revivial Center Ministries in Ohio, told Sean Hannity that her positions are evil and wicked.
“Trump says he’s going to eradicate radical Islamic terrorism. Hillary chokes on the words when she tries to say them,” Pastor Jeffress said. “Listen, this election is not a battle between Republicans and Democrats. It is a battle between good and evil, light and darkness, righteousness and unrighteousness, and evangelicals better wake up and put the brakes on before this nation goes over the cliff.”
“The media is going to say you just called Hillary Clinton evil,” Hannity responded.
“Her positions are evil. Yes. And supporting the destruction of the life of the unborn that is evil, evil, evil,” Pastor Jeffress added.
“I’m in total agreement with him. I mean I’m not saying she’s an evil person but her policies are evil. Her policies are wicked,” said Pastor Scott.
Here’s the video, courtesy of the Gateway Pundit:
Earlier in the day, Donald Trump met with hundreds of evangelical and social conservative leaders to address “long-standing concerns” about his candidacy, Fox News reported.
Fox News was told the all-day event, called “A Conversation About America’s Future with Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson” at the Marriott Marquis in New York City, was to be attended by the presumptive Republican nominee for about two hours. During his time on the stage, Trump answered pre-selected questions from attendees and talked directly with former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Rev. Franklin Graham.
Other pastors and evangelical leaders in attendance included James Robison, Ralph Reed, President of the Southern Baptist Convention Steve Gaines and Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins. Notably, Hillsong Church Pastor Carl Lentz will be in attendance – representing a millennial voice among the evangelicals present. Former Rep. Michele Bachmann also attended the gathering.
Fox News was told the unprecedented gathering was coordinated as evangelical leaders have concerns and questions about Trump’s candidacy, especially to do with his stances on the pro-life movement, transgender issues and the question of religious liberty in the military and armed forces.
Iowa-based evangelical leader Bob Vander Plaats, who supported Ted Cruz during the Iowa GOP caucuses, told supporters the meeting was not an endorsement of Trump.
“We’ll talk with Mr. Trump about the people he intends to surround himself with, his criteria for Supreme Court nominations, his convictions on life, marriage, religious liberty, and more,” he said.
Clinton, perhaps one of the most radial leftists to run for office, is an extremist on issues like abortion and has demonstrated her willingness to be an apologist for radical Islamists. According to Clinton, Muslims have nothing “whatsoever” to do with Islamic terrorism and reportedly promised to silence critics of radical Islam.
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