Franklin Graham Says ‘Very Dangerous’ Equality Act is a ‘Smokescreen to Force Americans to Accept LGBTQ Agenda’ and Will ‘Create Inequality for People of Faith’

Evangelist Franklin Graham criticized the move to pass the Equality Act into law, saying that it would force the LGBTQ agenda into the American people and would create inequality for “all people of faith.”

In his Facebook post, Graham warned of the bill’s dangerous implications to society and said that the legislation does not define equality but rather poses danger to women’s sports and morality.

“Have you heard of the Equality Act? The name might sound good, but it’s deceiving. It has nothing to do with equality. It’s just a smokescreen to force Americans to accept the LGBTQ agenda and it creates a lot of INEQUALITY for Christians and all people of faith,” he began.

He continued saying that it would only punish people who are acting in accordance with their moral convictions.

He also warned that passing the bill into law “would destroy women’s and girls’ sports” in America “as we know it.”

“It would allow biological males who choose to identify as females to compete for titles, scholarships, and recognition at all age levels,” he added.

He said that it would nullify women’s privacy in areas such as dressing rooms, locker rooms, restrooms, homeless shelters, among others.

Graham reminded that God only created male and female and it has always been that way for thousands of years. It was only a few years ago that people decided to recognize “additional designations for gender identity.”

He further stated that the bill is “very dangerous” and urged the citizens to write their respective lawmakers and express their concern. He also encouraged the people to let Biden know about it.

The evangelist even provided the URL where people can contact the White House.

Click here to read more.

SOURCE: Christianity Daily, Ruth Aguantia

When you purchase a book below it supports the Number #1 Black Christian Newspaper BLACK CHRISTIAN NEWS NETWORK ONE (BCNN1.com) and it also allows us to spread the Gospel around the world.