Trump Sends Strong Message To Christians, Reveals What He’ll Do To God If He Wins The 2024 Election

by Jessica

Former President Donald Trump delivered a passionate address to a crowd of about 1,500 at the annual conference of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) on Thursday evening.

Speaking at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, Trump vowed to “protect God in the public square” if he wins the 2024 election, as reported by The Herald on Friday, February 23, 2024.

His speech resonated with fervent supporters who donned red and white hats emblazoned with the phrase “Make America Pray Again.”

In a room charged with anticipation, Trump took the stage and wasted no time addressing his commitment to Christianity.

“I really believe it’s the biggest thing missing from this country, the biggest thing,” he declared. “We have to bring back our religion. We have to bring back Christianity.”

The former president’s promise centered on safeguarding religious freedom and ensuring that Christian voices remain unencumbered. He pledged to defend Christian broadcasters and their “pro-God” content from censorship.

Additionally, Trump vowed to appoint a task force to combat anti-Christian bias, including federal prosecutions. Trump’s speech came at a critical juncture for Christians facing challenges in the public sphere.

He urged the crowd of Christian broadcasters and media to rally behind his presidential bid, emphasizing the need to protect Christians from domestic persecution, censorship, and infringements on their rights.

The former president did not shy away from addressing recent legal battles. He denounced the convictions of six anti-abortion protesters arrested in 2021 for blockading a reproductive health clinic in Mt. Juliet.

These protesters now face up to 10.5 years in prison and hefty fines. Trump’s promise to defend religious liberty extended to these individuals, whom he referred to as “the January 6th hostages.” These are the very people who face federal charges for their role in the storming of the U.S. Capitol.

Trump’s speech began at 9:42 p.m., slightly later than scheduled. He attributed the delay to rough weather during his flight. Despite the wait, the crowd remained enthusiastic, eager to hear his message.

The room buzzed with anticipation, and the atmosphere was electric. NRB President Troy Miller clarified that the organization had invited all eligible candidates from both parties to participate in the presidential forum.

Trump was the sole candidate available to attend. Notably, the NRB has not endorsed Trump’s presidential bid. As Trump concluded his speech shortly before 11 p.m., he left the audience with a call to action.

The Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center echoed with applause as attendees absorbed Trump’s words.

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