SAY AMEN SOME­BODY

The Washington Times Daily - - Politics -

He led 417 spir­i­tual cru­sades, preached to an es­ti­mated 210 mil­lion peo­ple, prayed with ev­ery U.S. pres­i­dent since Harry Tru­man, and gave the in­vo­ca­tions at nine pres­i­den­tial in­au­gu­ra­tions. That would be Billy Gra­ham, who turned 95 on Thurs­day, at a party in Asheville, N.C., with a guest list that in­cluded Sarah Palin, Don­ald Trump, Greta Van Sus­teren and for­mer Pres­i­dent Bill Clin­ton.

The pas­tor is also de­liv­er­ing “The Cross: My Hope for Amer­ica,” what he calls his last mes­sage to the na­tion, say­ing, “Our coun­try’s in great need of a spir­i­tual awak­en­ing.”

It al­ready is avail­able online at My­hope­with­bil­ly­gra­ham.org and on YouTube, and will be shown on Fox News, TBN and other cable net­works plus lo­cal broad­cast sta­tions at mul­ti­ple times over the weekend. says or­ga­nizer Larry Klay­man, the founder of Ju­di­cial Watch and a watch­dog at­tor­ney who closely mon­i­tored the Clin­ton ad­min­is­tra­tion back in the day.

“The demon­stra­tion will also ad­dress Pres­i­dent Obama’s coverup of var­i­ous scan­dals,” notes Mr. Klay­man, adding that speak­ers in­clude Rep. Trent Franks of Ari­zona, for­mer Rep. Bob Barr of Ge­or­gia and for­mer U.N. Am­bas­sador Alan Keyes.

“A list of de­mands of le­git­i­mate griev­ances will be pre­sented to Pres­i­dent Obama and other gov­ern­ment lead­ers, which they can rem­edy or re­sign from of­fice,” Mr. Klay­man says. “As our Found­ing Fa­ther and sec­ond pres­i­dent [John Adams] de­clared, ‘When the gov­ern­ment fears the peo­ple, there is lib­erty.’ We wel­come per­sons from all spec­tra of so­ci­ety to join us in this quest to re­claim free­dom for the masses.”

See their out­reach here: Re­claimamer­i­canow.net.

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