California's Sanctuary Cities 'a Little Picture of Hell,' Franklin Graham Says


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(Worthy News) - While defending his Decision America California Tour during a radio interview on Tuesday, leading evangelist Franklin Graham decried California as a "sinking" state and even stated that sanctuary cities like San Francisco are a "little picture of Hell."

Graham, who is is in a middle of a 10-city tour through the Golden State to call on Christians to run for local public offices and seats on their boards of education, was asked Tuesday during a radio interview to respond to a recent New York Times article titled "The Evangelical Fight to Win Back California."

In a front page article, Graham was quoted as calling on Christians in Pasadena to take a stand against their state's "blue wall." Graham was also quoted as saying that "progressive" is "just another word for godless." [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]

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