Actor and Christian activist Kirk Cameron is calling non-active Christian voters to head to the polls today to cast their votes, warning that our liberties are at stake.
In 2016 an estimated 40 million Christians reportedly did not vote. Leading up to this election, Cameron launched the show “Non-Essential Live” where he and several other Christian leaders partnered together to bring awareness to what the ongoing lockdowns mean for believers and what the future could be for Christianity if Christians fail to exercise their right to vote.
“This is an unbelievable time in the history of our country. One of the things that I see out here in California are these unbelievably weird and strange controlling lockdowns that are being placed on people of faith in particular,” the “Fireproof” star told CBN News in a recent interview.
“So much of what we value appears to be under attack. We can’t meet in our churches, even though the case rate and the death rate in our county is less than 1/100th of 1%. It seems as though essential liberties like the ability to gather, the freedom of speech, and so many other things are being deemed non-essential, while other things are being called essential — like the ability to get together inside of a weed shop or a liquor store, or a casino, or an abortion clinic,” he emphasized.
The purpose of “Non-Essential Live” was to look into states’ restrictions that are being imposed on Americans in response to COVID-19. Their goal was to pull back what they described as the “mask of deception” that’s stifling those who love liberty.
“We offer solutions so that we can fight for those essential liberties that our forefathers fought for, that our Constitution lays out,” Cameron said.
Despite President Donald Trump’s success with winning a majority of the white evangelical vote in 2016, Cameron believes there’s a demographic that hasn’t exercised their right to vote, and their inaction could put the nation’s freedoms in jeopardy.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law