Evangelical leader Franklin Graham won't criticize President Donald Trump for authorizing the possibly illegal payoff of his mistress just before Election Day -- and he doesn't think anyone else should, either.
The right-wing Christian has defended Trump's affair with another mistress, porn actress Stormy Daniels, as "nobody's business" -- although he insisted in 1998 that Bill Clinton's "sins are not private."
Graham continued his double standard for Trump after his former attorney released a recording of them discussing a hush money payout to former Playboy model Karen McDougal.
"Everyone in the media is talking about the just-released tape & what the President said or didn’t say, what he meant or didn’t mean," Graham tweeted. "It is a good moment to point out that everyone should realize that every word that is spoken or thought is recorded by God."
Everyone in the media is talking about the just-released tape & what the President said or didn’t say, what he mean… https://t.co/qFBaXqu5oV— Franklin Graham (@Franklin Graham)1532534534.0
The evangelical pastor warned the president's critics that their dark deeds must one day become public.
"Here’s a sober warning from God’s Word, 'What you have said in the dark will be heard in the daylight, & what you have whispered in the ear in the inner rooms will be proclaimed from the roofs' (Luke 12:3)," Graham tweeted.
Graham then warned Trump's critics to remain silent or face God's wrath.
"The Bible says it is appointed unto man once to die & then the judgment," he tweeted. "We won’t be judged by media spin masters or forensic audio analysts, but you will be judged by truth & righteousness—by God Himself. Have you ever thought about what His verdict will be on your words?"
The Bible says it is appointed unto man once to die & then the judgment. We won’t be judged by media spin masters o… https://t.co/POkenttkIF— Franklin Graham (@Franklin Graham)1532534745.0