Pastor Robert Jeffress, a former member of the Trump administration’s White House Faith Effort, said President Joe Biden‘s executive orders to codify Roe v. Wade and LGBTQ securities are the very first shots in a coming “persecution” of U.S. Christians.
The senior pastor at the 14,000- member Very first Baptist Church in Dallas told Fox Business host Lou Dobbs Friday “there’s not going to be any unity” in America under a president who promotes a “hard left program.” An evangelical advisor to previous President Donald Trump, Jeffress accepted declarations from some evangelical leaders and Catholic bishops who stated Biden can’t require unity if he’s allowing more access to abortion procedures and protecting gay and transgender way of lives– matters they view under spiritual rules but above political debate.
Biden is only the second Roman Catholic president to be chosen after John F. Kennedy Jr. But Biden’s alignment with females’s rights groups and others who support contraceptive access has provoked frightful actions from some anti-abortion conservatives like Jeffress. The White Home on Wednesday issued a multitude of executive orders, consisting of one which codified the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court judgment and another that looks for to “prevent and combat discrimination on the basis of gender identity and sexual orientation.”
” Look, we can relax in a circle and sing ‘kumbaya’ and discuss unity all we wish to. As long as the Biden administration continues to push this hard-left agenda down the throats of Americans, there’s not going to be any unity,” Jeffress, a Fox Organization contributor, said Friday. “We saw