"The big news is that Billy Graham was still alive this whole time. Anyway, have fun in Hell, B----h."
She later replied to comments at her remarks:
"'Respecting the dead' only applies to people who weren't evil people of shit while they were living, thanks."
During a 1953
(Yes, a time when the voice of compassion in race relations was all but mute)
rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee,
Graham tore down the ropes that organizers had erected to separate the audience into racial sections.
He recounted in his memoirs that he told two ushers
to leave the barriers down "or you can go on and have the revival without me."
"we have been proud and thought we were better than any other race, any other people.
Ladies and gentlemen, we are going to stumble into hell because of our pride."
Billy Graham is now being criticized for leaving children in his wake damaged by his absences
which resulted in divorce, drinking, and drugs --
similar things were written after the death of John Adams about his children.
It is easy to disparage a man after he is no longer alive to defend himself.
He is now said to have damaged the LGBTQ community with his legacy.
Rev. Graham was a product of his times and spoke from his interpretation of the Bible.
Do we truly expect people of decades ago to have the same mind-set as we possess?
How unrealistic is that?
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