Perry Farrell Says Donald Trump Has “Done More Damage To Evangelical Religion Than Any Other President”
Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell has criticised President Donald Trump, claiming that church attendances has been declining, despite Trump “running on a platform of religion.”
Posting on Twitter over the weekend (June 26), Perry shared an article about church attendances decreasing, saying “He’s Done More (Damage) to Evangelical religion than any other president.”
He followed up the tweet shortly after with “I did a study this morning to find Evangelical church attendance numbers exceedingly receding.
“The President’s claims he’s done more for religion than any other president. True. I doubt he’s aware that he’s actually Turned Off Their Youth. Time for new leadership. God is loving.”
Our President is running on a platform of religion. He’s Done More (Damage) to Evangelical religion than any other… https://t.co/Ei09DjCixd— Perry Farrell (@perryfarrell) Fri Jun 26 15:20:39 +0000 2020
I did a study this morning to find Evangelical church attendance numbers exceedingly receding. The President’s clai… https://t.co/Uc1nXhCU4W— Perry Farrell (@perryfarrell) Fri Jun 26 15:49:30 +0000 2020
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