An angry mob of Never Trumpers led by Sen. Ben Sasse attacked the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas – one of the nation’s most respected evangelical congregations.
Dr. Robert Jeffress had invited Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity to share his testimony and promote a new faith-based movie during Sunday morning services at the megachurch.
Hannity, who identifies as a born-again believer, is one of the producers of the new film, “Let There Be Light.” I’ve posted the video at the bottom of this page.
Sasse, a Nebraska Republican, attacked Jeffress in a series of tweets — which I’ve posted below. He suggested the pastor was mixing politics with religion.
“By the way, we’re talking about Sundays here…(You can be free from politics,)” he tweeted.
With all due respect, Sen. Sasse is not a member of the First Baptist Church in Dallas — so I’m not quite sure why it’s any of his business who the church invites to participate in its worship services.
Michael Wear, a former Obama White House staffer also criticized First Baptist Dallas, tweeting, “Politics as religion. Religion as politics.”
Well-known conservative columnist Erick Erickson wrote a scathing article titled, “Is Rev. Robert Jeffress Going…