Franklin Graham Fears Christian Businesses, Non-profits Will Suffer if Biden Wins

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Christian businesses and non-profits could close their doors for good, said Franklin Graham, President and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.

“I am afraid there will be an attack against Christian businesses like we saw during the Obama administration,” Graham said on Newsmax TV last weekend. “Florists who refuse to do flowers for a gay wedding, they will be put out of business. Someone who didn’t want to make a cake for a gay wedding, put out of business. I think they’ll see these kinds of attacks by the Left against Christian businesses and Christian organizations.”

Graham added the Democrats would tax churches and tax tax-exempt organizations doing humanitarian work and social work throughout the country.

“Some of the best work in the country are the non-profits that are working in the inner cities and throughout the country, trying to help relieve some of the problems that we have in society, and they’ll want to try to tax them and close them down.”

Religious freedoms will be under attack and Biden will reverse President Donald Trump’s policies.

“I don’t know if we’ll ever be able to reclaim America, but I am going to keep preaching,” he said.

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