Rev. Franklin Graham (BGEA) .
Commenting on the "incredible" media bias this election year, evangelical Pastor Franklin Graham said the "corruption" in both political parties is "unbelieveable" and the media, "along with many politicians from both parties, doesn't want any of this to change."
"Isn't the media bias incredible -- especially relating to political candidates?" said Rev. Graham in an Oct. 24 post on Facebook. "Geraldo Rivera said last night that it’s like nothing he’s ever seen."
"They spin story after story against the candidates they don’t like and in favor of the candidates they support," he said. "I hope and pray that Christians are not deceived by the media's bias, but will give prayerful consideration as they go to the polls and vote."
"Our political system in this country is broken," said Rev. Graham. "The corruption is in both parties and is unbelievable. The media, along with many politicians from both parties, doesn’t want any of this to change."
"As I went to all 50 states this year and stood on the capitol steps with Christians from every state, we prayed and confessed our sins to God," he said. "We asked His forgiveness and asked Him to heal this land. My prayer is that you will continue to pray, and that you will vote."
"America needs the Christian voice at the ballot box," said Rev. Graham. "We can’t be silent. The church needs to take a stand for God’s truth and His righteousness."
In conclusion, Rev. Graham said, "At the end of the day the most critical issue in this election is the Supreme Court. We’ve already seen the influence and impact this court has on the direction of our nation. You have to decide which presidential candidate you trust to appoint the next justices to serve lifetime terms and then vote for them. May God bless America again!"
Franklin Graham, 64, is the son of world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham, arguably the most effective Christian preacher o fhte last 60 years. Franklin Graham is married, has five children, and lives in Boone, N.C. He frequently comments of current affairs on radio, television, and on the Internet.