Pastor Jerry Falwell Jr. “unmasked” the “liberal evangelicals” of Christianity Today, who called for the removal of President Donald Trump, like those who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016.

For Falwell, the magazine’s evangelicals, in addition to being part of that group, have preached the social gospel for decades, he wrote in a tweet.

“Less than 20% of evangelicals supported @HillaryClinton in 2016, but now @CT [Christianity Today] magazine has removed any doubt that they are part of the same 17% or so of liberal evangelicals who have preached social gospel for decades! CT unmasked,” Falwell shared.

The magazine’s Dec. 19 editorial said Trump should be removed from office.

Christianity Today editor-in-chief Mark Galli alluded in his writing to the mission entrusted by the magazine’s founder, the renowned pastor Billy Graham, who died last year, citing his words “to help evangelical Christians interpret the news in ways that reflect their faith,” according to Fox News.

Franklin Graham, son of the Reverend Billy Graham, responded to Galli in a timely manner, reminding him that his father knew and voted for Trump and fully recognized his ability to lead.

“My father knew Donald Trump, believed in Donald Trump, and voted for Donald Trump,” Graham wrote, adding, “He believed that Donald J. Trump was the man for this hour in our nation’s history.”

Falwell, in another of his tweets, used striking images to illustrate the situation of the Democrats at the impeachment.

He said that impeachment was for the Democrats their Pearl Harbor, and that the 2020 elections would become their Hiroshima and Nagasaki, clear allusions to their possible total defeat.

During the course of the impeachment proceedings initiated by the Democrats against President Trump, they succeeded in getting two articles passed which, in order to reach a verdict, would have to be sent to the Senate.

However, the Democrats are delaying this delivery as a means of pressuring the Senate to follow their own procedure.

Democratic lawyer Noah Feldman said that if they do not deliver the articles to the Senate, they will never see the result in which they have invested so much effort.

“If the House of Representatives does not communicate its challenge to the Senate, it has not really impugned the president,” wrote the Harvard University law professor, according to Bloomberg.

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