Evangelical Leader Jerry Falwell, Jr. on Why He Is Supporting Donald Trump [VIDEO]

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Jerry Falwell Jr., the President of Liberty University, was recently interviewed by CNN’s Anderson Cooper about his endorsement of the GOP’s presumptive presidential nominee, Donald Trump.

While CNN has been continuously airing “news stories” about alleged complaints about Trump University, CNN has chosen not to report on the numerous scandals about Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton— who hasn’t held a press conference ins six months.

CNN isn’t reporting on the $6 BILLION dollars the State Department lost under Hillary Clinton.

CNN isn’t reporting on the hundreds of millions of dollars the Clinton Foundation has received from countries who also received State Department contracts.

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CNN isn’t reporting on the Islamic countries who’ve donated over $80 million to the Clinton Foundation and also regularly execute homosexuals. (Keep in mind, Anderson Cooper, if he were in Saudi Arabia, a major Clinton contributor, would be executed for being a homosexual.)

CNN isn’t reporting on the fact that Hillary Clinton is being paid to lie about Islam.

CNN isn’t reporting on the numerous alleged sexual assaults by Bill Clinton, which Hillary Clinton helped cover-up, including numerous affairs, and many dead bodies left in their wake.

In light of this, Jerry Falwell Jr. raised the issue of honesty when talking of Trump. He told Cooper, “Trump may be brash, but he’s honest.”

Take a listen to why Falwell supports Trump for President:

First published at Constitution.com

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Bethany Blankley
Bethany Blankley hosts "America's Betrayal" on Renegade Talk Radio Network, is a political analyst for "Fox News Radio," and offers conservative commentary on various television news programs. Her columns have been published by The Washington Times, Newsday, Western Journalism, Townhall, The Christian Post, Charisma News, and others. She was a former communications strategist to four Senators, one Congressman, one New York governor, and several nonprofits. She earned her M.A. in Theology from New College at The University of Edinburgh, Scotland and her B.A. in Political Science from the University of Maryland. She is a past fellow of the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal and L'Abri Fellowship.

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