in the vicinityVideoAre evangelicals the key to a 2020 Trump victory?
Reaction and analysis of the Faith and freedom Coalition founder Ralph Reed ‘The Ingraham angle.’
President Trump was a large part of Evangelical Christians and polling, what does he do, better yet, to faith-based voters, to translate the conservative religious leaders hope the vote.
Born-again or Evangelical Christians, which is almost a quarter of the electorate in 2016, 80 percent of them cast their votes for the trombone, according to exit polling. A Public opinion strategies survey, says that the number at 83 percent approval rating.
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Ralph Reed, the founder and Chairman of the Faith & Freedom Coalition, said to mobilize Laura Ingraham, the evangelicals plan, even more so for Trump in 2020.
“Trump’s got the largest share of these votes than anyone in the history of modern exit polling, too, that we appreciate, it is somewhere between 15 and 17 million of those voters who are not registered either for the election or not,” Reed said on Monday night on The “Ingraham angle” in front of the Trump’s Orlando re-election rally. “Our plan is to register — grow the pie — register one million to two million, these faith-based voters and this is a great thing, because it Trump won the presidential elections with a total of about 80,000 votes, the three States, so add that if you would, 50-100,000 voters in these key States, it is a game-changer.”
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In the year 2016, many of which are now stocking the biggest Fans were backing the other Republican presidential candidates during the primaries and a large Block were reluctant to pull the lever up to the day of the election. But since his inauguration, many conservative, celebrated the life of his judges, pro-and religious freedom policies, as well as his strong support of the state of Israel.
And while Trump is the support of celebrities enjoys Evangelical leaders like the Rev. Franklin Graham, Dr. Robert Jeffress, Jerry Falwell, Jr., and Paula White, Democratic presidential candidates have targeted trump, character, and faith early in the primaries.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg crack the leaders of the religious right for the “hypocrisy” to support the trump, he says, is morally lacking.
“I’m old enough to remember when Republicans talked a lot about the character in the Oval Office,” Buttigieg said in an interview with Fox News. “And I am surprised a bit that some of the leading figures of the religious right can consider someone who has a history of success that this President has all of the bragging about sexual misconduct to someone for the reward that he has an affair and believe that this person should be moral as well as political leaders of this nation. To say the least, it seems inconsistent.”
Guy Cecil, the Chairman of priorities USA, took a shot at Reed, and conservative evangelicals who support Trump on MSBC, the “Morning Joe” show. Cecil, you blasted, as a people, the “merge nationalism with their faith.”
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Reed said Cecil and his colleagues are blocks in the process of blind-sided ” by the year 2020, if you think trump has lost support in important votes.
“If the Left thinks that we admit that the Hispanic benches cal community and the African-American community, especially in the Church, in the years of 2020, you will be added in for a big wake-up call”,” Reed. “We do a lot of in these communities.”