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Franklin Graham suggests to receive the government injection “before it’s too late!!!”, going so far as to say he would love to partner with Joe Biden "in administering the sacrament of vaccination." (Axios interpretation.)

He said his famous father, the pro-Vatican Billy Graham, would have taken the vaccine, and for that matter, he said Jesus would take it, to.

“A wonderful and horrible thing is committed in the land; The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means; and my people love to have it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof?” Jeremiah 5:30,31 (KJB)

All this panic and fear mongering over a virus with a 98.2% recovery rate, pushing a vaccine that is being forced on the global population against their will, with governments threatening their citizens with economic deprivation for refusing to be injected.

( This violates the 8th Amendment concerning cruel and unusual punishment.)

The Rev. Franklin Graham would be happy to work with the Biden administration, he told “Axios on HBO.”

What convinced him to get vaccinated, he told Axios, was conversations he had with Ben Carson — the well-known neurosurgeon and Seventh-day Adventist turned politician and Trump cabinet member — and other doctors and scientists, who all told him they planned to get vaccinated.

Graham received pushback from many of those evangelicals in March after posting on Facebook that he had received the vaccine and believed Jesus would advocate for it, too. Samaritan’s Purse has hosted both field hospitals to treat COVID patients and vaccine clinics.

His Org, Samaritan’s Purse has partnered with the local health department to vaccinate more than 3,500 people in Boone, North Carolina Photos courtesy Samaritan’s Purse

The blowback was fast, and it was furious.

“Sorry, Brother. While other vaccines have been beneficial, I seriously doubt this vaccine is one of them,” was among the more tame responses.

“I’ll take the Oil and Wine, but NOT Experimental Gene Therapy,” wrote another.

“I just lost all respect for you spreading such garbage as saying Jesus would have taken that vaccine, that is a devilish lie!”

Graham, the son of the Rev. Billy Graham and the often-polarizing evangelist and missionary, doesn’t typically part company with his white evangelical audience.

But the March 24 post revealed a deep divide among evangelicals, many of whom are suspicious of COVID-19 vaccines. The comments correspond to a recent Pew Research poll that found only 54% of white evangelicals “definitely or probably” plan to get vaccinated — the lowest of any U.S. religious group.

Graham’s post kicked up a lot of dust, drawing 20,000 comments and nearly 10,000 shares. It was the top-three highest-performing Facebook posts the day it was posted. Though his supporters ultimately rallied online, the vituperative anti-vaxxers initially overpowered them.

Graham's March 24,2021 Facebook post

“To me, there was no question it was safe,” he said.


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