Speaking on her radio show, Sandy Rios, director of governmental affairs for the American Family Association, warned that Christians better get on the Trump train lest they find themselves in reeducation camps under President Hillary Clinton.
In an audio captured by Right Wing Watch, Rios expressed hope that GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump would prevail, but worried that it would take a “miracle.”
“If we, meaning Americans who love this country, prevail in this election, it will be nothing short of a miracle,” she explained to co-host Donald Wildmon.
Barring a miracle, Rios warned of a dark future for Christians who oppose choice for women or same-sex marriages.
“Actually, Tim, to make it very personal,” she began. “I’ve said this to you privately, all of us that are conservative and believe in traditional marriage, believe that the life of the unborn should be defended, are going to be in the crosshairs of the IRS, all of the —- even the FBI now, we can’t trust our federal agencies.”
“And we are going to be, many of us, in fact in inside circles in D.C. we’re always saying we’re going to be in reeducation camps, and really that’s not a quantum leap,” she added.
Listen to the audio below via Right Wing Watch:
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"Short-range missiles, we never made an agreement on that," said Trump. "I have no problem, we'll see what happens, but these are short-range missiles. They're very standard."
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Trump says he has "no problem" with North Korea testing missiles because they are just "short-range missiles" that are "very standard." pic.twitter.com/fdKtQ6yrBE