Evangelist Franklin Graham, son of the late Reverend Billy Graham, warned Californians this week that their state is in trouble. As it nears the week’s primary elections, Graham urges fellow Evangelical Christians to get out and vote in hopes of chipping away at California’s Liberal majority, “Blue Wall”, as he called it.
The 65-year-old son of Billy Graham is on a decision America California tour with an urgent message:
“Our country is in trouble – your state’s in trouble – you know that. But there are things that we can do. You know God hears prayer and it’s time for the church to take a stand against the blue wall”.
Adding that it’s time for church congregations to get out and vote. Even if Graham’s message resonates with Evangelicals, who make up about 20% of California’s population, political strategists are skeptical that the state will turn Red come November.