Franklin Graham Just Showed Why Trump Might Be Right With Shocking Truth You NEED To See

The famous Christian minister Franklin Graham has become known for his stand against radical Islam.

In a Facebook post yesterday and another post today, Graham shared his philosophy on Muslim immigration and spoke against radical Islam in the United States.

In his first post, Graham argued that the immigration of Muslims “should be stopped until we can properly vet them or until the war with Islam is over.”

He spoke out about Speaker of the House Paul Ryan who said that “such views are not what this party stands for and more importantly it’s not what this country stands for.”

After mentioning Ryan’s more moderate views on immigration, Graham then writes that “politicians in Washington seem to be totally disconnected with reality.”

Graham mentions shocking statistics about Muslims in America in his first post. He writes:

Research shows that there are 2.75 million Muslims living in the U.S. According to a poll commissioned by the Center for Security Policy, 51% of Muslims living in America believe “Muslims in America should have the choice of being governed according to sharia” (Islamic law) instead of the U.S. Constitution. 29% agree that violence against those who insult Mohammad is acceptable, and 25% agree that violence against America can be justified as a part of global jihad.

In his second post, Graham takes on the popular notion that, “the vast majority of Muslims are peaceful people.”

He notes that Pew research released information that said that, “8% of Muslims in the U.S. said that suicide bombings and other forms of violence in the name of Islam are ‘sometimes’ or ‘often’ justified.”

Graham concludes his Facebook post, saying: “I’m 100% sure of this- our nation and our politicians need to realize the dangers of allowing people into this country that are not properly vetted.”

Ever since the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America, we have heard from scores of political leaders and world experts that …

Posted by Franklin Graham on Thursday, December 10, 2015

Alert: Many Are Being Fooled By This Multi-Million Dollar Hoax On Facebook

A Facebook hoax is circulating, claiming that the company’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, is looking to give away millions of his fortune to users.

“The rumor stems from the announcement that Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, would be giving what is currently $45 billion worth of stock to their LLC, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, in honor of their new daughter,” NBC News is reporting

The post reads:

Image Credit: Facebook

Image Credit: Facebook

A Facebook spokesperson told NBC News that the post is a hoax.

Shortly before the birth of their daughter Maxima, Zuckerberg and Chan discussed their desire to use their charity to foster a better world for the next generation. “Having this child has made us think about all the things that should be improved in the world for her whole generation,” Zuckerberg said. They want to invest in programs that “ensure the future is going to be better than today,” Chan added.

Full of joy with little Max.

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, December 8, 2015

They spoke about the need for more educational opportunities, building better communities and targeting diseases to push for cures. “It’s hard to move these things in the short term. These are big complex systems…We will learn lessons over time and hopefully get better and better,” in the projects they undertake, said Zuckerberg. “[Maxima], and everyone in her generation, should be able to live much better lives in all these ways…[and] have an even bigger impact in the world…”

A few weeks before Max’s birth, Priscilla and I took a morning to reflect and record our hopes for her and all children…

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Obama Just Tried To Defend His Refugee Program On Facebook, And It Backfired BIG Time

The White House is trying to import tens of thousands of Syrian “refugees” into the U.S. despite the attacks in Paris; and to push that goal, President Obama posted a graphic to Facebook to explain the “rigorous” screening that these refugees face to get into the U.S. But Facebook commenters didn’t seem to believe a word of it.

Pushing the Twitter hashtag “#RefugeesWelcome,” the Facebook graphic declares that “refugees undergo more rigorous screening than anyone else we allow into the U.S.”

Image credit: Facebook/The White House

Image credit: Facebook/The White House

The graphic is accompanied by a message that insists that we can bring in these hundreds of thousands of refugees even “while ensuring our own safety.”

The posting goes on to claim that for each and every “refugee,” a series of at least five intensive safety checks are made by the FBI, the Department of State, the National Counterterrorism Center, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of State.

The graphic claims that “refugees” undergo the following security checks:

  • Security checks for applicants of all nationalities
  • Examination of all available biographic and biometric data
  • Consultation of a broad array of law enforcement and intelligence community databases
  • Extensive interviews and many lines of questioning
  • Only after all checks are completed and cleared is a refugee applicant cleared to travel to the U.S.

Immediately, the comments on the president’s Facebook posting, though, were filled with negative comments.

Commenter David Swenk, for instance, had a typical and well-written response.

“Yeah and you can keep your doctor,” Swenk wrote, “and your insurance will go sown $2,500 per family, and Benghazi was due to a movie, the Arab Spring will bring freedom and stability to Arab people and ISIS is JV. I think there is a solid track record of what the White House says doesn’t always pan out. The French screened too and look where that got them. ISIS already said they were infiltrating. You’re a fool if you don’t think ISIS trains their people to pass screenings, Most of these people have no paper trail. Your own FBI and DHS have said we need to back up and there is a threat, Congress says and millions of Americans, Why not, for once, listen to what we say and implement our will and not your own.”

Commenter Ethan Hubbard echoed dozens of others saying, “Everyone who wants the refugees, I want you to go and clear out a room in your house for a family to live in.”

In fact, very few of the comments are positive and in favor of Obama’s plan to bring in “refugees.”

Regardless, of Obama’s insistence that his administration carefully screens these “refugees,” many in Congress disagree with the claim.

Republican Senator Jeff Sessions warned about this at a hearing on Oct. 2.

“Refugee resettlement also comes with security risks, as we have witnessed with the surge of ISIS recruitment among Somali-refugee communities in Minnesota,” Sessions said. “Anyone claiming to have a serious and honest discussion of refugee resettlement must ask the difficult questions about integration, assimilation and community safety.”

“We have little or no information about who these people are … no ability to determine whether they are radicalized,” the senator added.

Republican House Intelligence Committee member Peter King also noted that there really isn’t any vetting of these refugees, saying, “as a practical matter, there is no vetting.”

Listen: MLK’s Niece Blasts Mizzou Protesters With History Lesson They Won’t Want To Hear

The niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said her uncle would likely offer one piece of overriding advice to the University of Missouri protesters: “We all must learn to live together as brothers (and I add as sisters) or perish as fools.”

In an interview with USA Radio News’ Russ Jones, Dr. Alveda King referenced the Bible verse Acts 17:26 as a crucial fact all should keep in mind when considering people of different races. “The communities across America, including at Mizzou, [the Bible] says we are one blood, one human race, so we have the ability and the capacity to love each other as brothers and sisters and to conduct ourselves accordingly,” the minister and Georgia state representative told Jones. 

“My uncle Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, ‘We all must learn to live together as brothers (and I add as sisters) or perish as fools,’” she added. “It’s wrong to charge us with racism when we simply want to educate young people.” Listen to her remarks below: 


As reported by Western Journalism, Jones is an alumni of the University of Missouri and was dismayed to see the school undergoing such turmoil earlier this month. “This is not the beloved Mizzou many know,” he said. “How are administrators, and the nation for that matter, supposed to take seriously issues of discrimination when the facts seem to say something very different?”

Jones founded the group TruthsMattersMU to examine and challenge some of the claims being made by Concerned Student 1950, the campus group which spearheaded the Mizzou protests. Truth Matters wants to provide a space for “a rational and reasoned response to racial tensions on the campus.”

According to the TruthMattersMU Facebook page, some of the facts it believes are true include:

-President Tim Wolfe was falsely accused and should not have resigned.

-Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin should not have stepped down.

-1st Amendment rights are being threatened.

-Protests are creating further division rather than embrace diversity. 

-Questions there is system-wide racism at the University of Missouri 

The TruthMattersMU’s page was briefly shut down by Facebook for “hate speech” according to Jones. Truth Matters stated it received a notice from the social media company stating, the page did not “follow the Facebook Terms and Community Standards.”

The notification read: “While people can use Facebook to challenge ideas, institutions, and practices, Facebook removes hate speech. Hate speech includes content that directly attacks people based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, sex, gender, or gender identity, or serious disabilities or diseases.”

Truth Matters appealed and Facebook reversed its decision calling it an “accident.” Jones told the News Tribune that the company probably meant “mistake.”

“He suspects groups or individuals supporting the MU protesters complained about the page, and it might have been automatically taken down without anyone from Facebook looking to see whether it indeed violated any policy,” the Tribune reported. 

“We used the Facebook speech tools to restrict incendiary terms that could be considered hate speech,” said Jones. “What seems absolutely clear is that there is a cultural movement to restrict intellectual honesty.”

Alert: Facebook Users Are Getting Ripped Off By A New Holiday Scam

Though it might seem minor compared to some of the extensive Internet frauds that came before it, reports have surfaced that social media users are being lured into a too-good-to-be-true pyramid scheme wrapped – quite literally – in the Christmas spirit.

Business Insider shared an article by Christine DiGangi, who notes that the first complaints surfaced late last month regarding a program called ‘Secret Sister.’ The gift exchange allows volunteers to send a gift valued at roughly $10 to an existing member of the program. That new member is then reportedly instructed to sign up additional members, each of whom sends that person a gift.

Promoters of the racket promise that sending a single gift could net a user up to 36 presents in return. DiGangi explained that the concept is similar to that of swindlers behind chain letters of yesteryear, though the fact that this scam is playing out online gives organizers some added defense against existing laws.

“Even though the chain-letter portion of the secret sister scheme occurs online,” she wrote, “if any part of the exchange involves the mail, it’s illegal under [the Postal Lottery Statue], according to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service’s website.”

Reaction to media scam alerts varied, with several Twitter users offering scant sympathy for those duped by the scheme.

Several commenters, however, viewed the program in a less malicious light, pointing out that a small investment could brighten a stranger’s holiday season.

At least one Buzzfeed reader admittedly participated despite knowing she would likely receive nothing in return. “I honestly got that it was a scam when I first saw the post,” the reader wrote, “but what the hell’s the harm in wanting to spread a little cheer to someone I don’t know without expecting something in return?”

Do you consider this “pyramid scheme” to be a scam or a new way to give anonymously? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.