This is a must hear interview, particularly concerning the political events of this year. The speaker, Greg Jackson, echoes my analysis exactly. Though he never stated so he supports third party candidate Tom Hoefling of America’s Party for President. It should be noted the speaker does not believe in a pre-trib rapture, but it has no bearing on the value of this interview.
Gregg Jackson: Leaders of ‘religious right’ traitors to Christianity [and America]
Former talk radio host and nationally acclaimed Christian author Gregg Jackson said the leaders of the ‘religious right' have betrayed their biblical roots to instead pursue power and influence inside the D.C. beltway.
Gregg Jackson's statements were made during an exclusive interview with Rick Wiles of TRUNEWS on Monday, while discussing the roots of a growing schism between evangelical congregations and their religious leaders on the subject of Donald Trump and Election 2016.
“To a large degree a lot of these quote unquote ‘religious right' conservative leaders, of a lot of these ‘para-church' organizational groups and ‘pro- family' groups are defiantly more interested in getting a seat at the Republican table and prominent places of power and influence, than they are in advancing a biblical, biblically based, conservative agenda and public policy,” Mr. Jackson said.
TRUNEWS host Rick Wiles responded pointedly to Mr. Jackson's assertion that it seems to him that “a lot of these ‘religious right' guys are so eager to get a seat at Caesar's table, that they are in danger of being kicked out of the King's court.” Mr. Jackson noted in agreeance, “if they haven't already.”
Mr. Jackson previously co-authored a book on this subject, “We Won't Get Fooled Again: Where the Christian Right Went Wrong and How to Make America Right Again”, where he documented extensively how leaders like Ronnie Floyd, Russell Moore, Dr. James Dobson, Dwight L. Moody, Tim LaHaye, and Jerry Falwell systematically undermined the Biblical foundations of America through promotion of false teachings and distractionary leadership.
In his book, Mr. Jackson specifically addressed an organization at the core of this conspiracy, the Council for National Policy (CNP). In an interview with the former head of the organization, Steve Baldwin, Mr. Jackson heard first hand how the leadership of the CNP intentionally served as a ‘gatekeeper' judge to the narratives and positions of mainline conservative figures. Mr. Baldwin himself was fired for informing the group's membership about the radical beliefs of the 2012 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
The CNP has served as a powerhouse conservative lobbying group in Washington D.C. since its foundation in 1981. The membership of the CNP has historically been a well-kept secret, however, the Southern Poverty Law Center recently published a copy of the organizations 2014 membership directory in a 191-page compendium that lists 413 members, including 118 members who have died, and 14 past presidents. Many of the members named are prominent leaders in the ‘religious right'.
In Mr. Jackson's eyes, these discrepancies have been a major factor into why evangelicals have been so divided on their support for Donald Trump. The ‘pew-sitters', Mr. Jackson said, are fed up with the “liberal democrats in Ronald Reagan costumes” which have been generational fed to them by mainline church leaders. As part of their rejection and mistrust after years of failure, they have turned to support someone they think will actually be honest — regardless of his spiritual relationship with Jesus Christ.
An honest man Trump may be, especially after former House Speaker Newt Gingrich poetically confirmed in March: “Well because he's an outsider, he's not them, he's not part of the club, he's uncontrollable, he hasn't been through the initiation rites, he didn't belong to the secret society.”
Mr. Jackson said the one thing that is evidently clear in Election 2016, is that God is using Donald Trump to expose the rotten core of this two-party system, which has long proven to simply be two wings to the same globalist bird leading America to ruin.
Link to radio program - interview begins at 1hr. 23min.