Franklin Graham Just Gave Senator Harry Reid A BIG Warning

Obviously Franklin Graham isn't worried about being politically correct!

On Monday, the Senate voted on defunding Planned Parenthood in light of the controversial videos implying they alter abortion practices to harvest babies' body parts for sale to fetal-tissue research facilities.

Sadly, the bill lost by about 60 votes, and Senator Harry Reid (D) had some shocking words for the Republicans who wanted to defund the abortion giant: He said they "lost their moral compass."

Franklin Graham lashed out strongly against Reid strongly on Facebook:

"Senator Harry Reid outrageously declared yesterday that Republicans had “lost their moral compass” after they were unable to get the 60 votes needed to move the bill in Congress forward that would defund Planned Parenthood.  You’ve got it backwards Senator Reid.  You lost your moral compass years ago!  You openly support abortion—the murder of babies in their mother’s wombs—and now by backing Planned Parenthood you obviously support the dismemberment and sale of baby body parts.  Shame on you and each one in Congress who did not support defunding Planned Parenthood.  One day you will stand before God, and the blood of these innocent children will cry out for justice."

What do you think?  Do you think Graham is wrong or do you think he is speaking the truth?  We would love to hear your thoughts!

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