Evangelical Leaders Not Voting for Trump, Employee Refuses to Watch Pro-Homosexual Video, Archbishop of Wales Endorses Homosexual Marriage

It’s Friday, September 16th, in the year of our Lord 2016

By Kevin Swanson

Trump Ahead of Clinton in Polls in Ohio and Florida

Donald Trump’s campaign is gaining ground on Hillary Clinton in the battleground states of Ohio, Florida, and even Nevada according to several different polls from Monmouth University, Bloomberg, and CNN. The CNN poll put Trump ahead of Clinton 46-41 percent in Ohio and 47-44 percent in Florida.

More Indications that Hillary Has a Neurological Disorder

Hillary Clinton’s health still seems to be a major concern to voters. Liberty Counsel President Mat Staver told The World View he believes Hillary Clinton has a neurological disorder.

“When she started to be carried by the security towards the vehicle, she wasn’t able to move her legs and a piece of metal fell out from the inside of her pant leg, not from her pocket, not from her shoe, but from the inside of her pant leg (youtu.be/YzZl9j580tM). What we do know is that it could be consistent with a catheter that would be consistent with a neurological disorder or Parkinson’s. And it could be consistent with a brace of some kind. Those are serious questions. When you put it altogether – the metal falling from inside the pants, the unexplained look when she’s on the stage with her husband Bill Clinton and looks up at the air, when she’s by the reporters and she has the head shakes, the unexplained coughing of a severe nature, the falls that go back all the way to 2005 including the fall that she had in December of 2012 that resulted in a blood clot of the brain area, all of those, they all point to a very serious problem. It points to a neurological problem, very consistent with Parkinson’s Disease.”

Staver believes that voters need to think twice about voting for Hillary Clinton in light of her poor health.

“She may not even be able to be there to be sworn in if she were elected. The American people need to take that into their calculus in terms of voting for president. I don’t think with this kind of condition, as we’ve seen it, and it has been covered up, you don’t want an absentee president who is simply occupying the White House where they are under medical care. You want a president that’s vibrant, that has a lot of energy.”

Several Evangelical Leaders Announce They Won’t Vote for Trump

A cadre of evangelical, Christian leaders has announced that they will not be voting for Donald Trump in November. Homeschool leader Michael Farris said “neither candidate [even] qualifies as the lesser of two evils” in this election. Farris told the Washington Post, “Even an implicit  endorsement of Trump stains the character of the endorser more than it elevates Trump’s standing.” Also opposing the Republican candidate this year are Southern Baptist leaders Albert Mohler, Russell Moore, and Denny Burk. On the other side, the Benham brothers have announced they will be voting for Donald Trump, although they add “Donald Trump cannot make our country great again because he never made it great in the first place.” 

Social Security Employee Refuses to Watch Pro-Homosexual Training Video

An employee of the Social Security Administration is refusing to watch a training video that endorses homosexual activity. David Hall is a 14-year employee, and his job is now on the line. Hall says he does not want to “certify sin” or endorse an “abomination.” He told the News Gazette, he wants to “give other Christians courage” to act out on their convictions. 

Church in the U.K. Initiates Sponsorship Program for Syrian Refugees

The Birmingham Methodist Church in the U.K. is the first to initiate a sponsorship program for Syrian refugee families. The church is helping a family of four that lives in the city.

Missouri Passes Law Allowing Concealed Carry Without a Permit

Missouri has become the 10th state to allow concealed carry without a permit. The law will go into effect on January 1st.

Another Man Caught Filming Women in Target Dressing Rooms

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is urging Target to reconsider their bathroom policy again. This comes after a second man was caught filming women in women’s dressing rooms. Ed Vitagliano of the American Family Association told The World View that  Target’s proposed solution is not enough.

“Target has announced that it is going to spend $20 million to build new, single-occupancy, gender-neutral bathrooms in their stores. We applaud that, and, in fact, we suggested it when we announced our boycott. However, that’s not going to solve the problem. The problem is Target’s misguided and dangerous policy of not restricting men’s rooms and dressing areas to men and women’s facilities to women is going to continue to allow predators and voyeurs to gain access to women and children who are shopping at Target.”

Archbishop of Wales Endorses Homosexual Marriage

Following recent reports that the Archbishop of Canterbury has approved ordination of homosexual bishops, now the Archbishop of Wales has endorsed homosexual marriage. At a meeting this week before the governing body of the Church of Wales, Dr. Barry Morgan argued the case for sodomy from what he called Jesus’ ministry of inclusivity.

What Dr. Morgan forgot to mention were Jesus Christ’s words in Matthew 5: “Do not think that I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I did not come to destroy but to fulfill. . . Whoever therefore breaks one of the least of these commandments, and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven.” 

Americans Continue to Lose Confidence in the Media

Confidence in the media is falling drastically among Americans. A recent Gallup poll found that only 32% of Americans trust the media, down from 47% 10 years ago, and 72% in the 1970s. Most interestingly, the polling organization found only 14% of Republican trust the media, and that is down from 52% in 1998!  

Millennials Prefer Pets to Children

The author of Generation Me, Jean Twenge, told the Washington Post that millennials prefer pets to children because they are less expensive.  A study from the Mintel research firm revealed that men are the most likely to have pets, because women are reticent to leave a pet home while they are at work.

And that’s The World View in Five Minutes.