Trump Promises To Defend Christianity If Elected Over Biden

Former President Donald Trump gave a fiery speech in Tennessee Thursday evening, calling all Christians to support his presidential bid, promising to “protect God in the public square” if elected.

Held at the National Religious Broadcasters at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Trump spoke in front of around 1,500 enthusiastic fans. Sponsors of the event handed out free red and white hats that read, “Make America Pray Again,” a message that the crowd could get behind.

Trump warned the crowd of the left’s agenda to “tear down crosses,” attacking anything related to Christianity.

“Remember, every communist regime throughout history has tried to stamp out the churches, just like every fascist regime has tried to co-opt them and control them. And, in America, the radical left is trying to do both,” Trump told hundreds of Christian supporters.

“They want to tear down crosses where they can, and cover them up with social justice flags,” Trump added. “But no one will be touching the cross of Christ under the Trump administration, I swear to you.”

Trump told the crowd that the left also wants to “shame Christians” and stated that he was proud to be a Christian.

During his speech, Trump told the crowd that his administration did more to protect religious freedom than any other administration in history.

He urged every Christian to rally behind him because they could not afford to sit by and do nothing this election, as a lot is at stake.

Trump has always been a favorite among Evangelicals and appealed to Christian nationalists, who believe that America was founded as a Christian nation. With the Biden administration’s pro-choice and LGBT policies, Trump has become a favorite among Christians.

According to a recent poll, 64% of Republicans believe that Trump is a person of faith more than other GOP candidates. He is expected to be the GOP presidential nominee. His only opponent is former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who has been unable to come close to beating Trump in the primaries.

Tennessee’s primary will be held on Mar. 5 on Super Tuesday.