Gov. Mike Huckabee Calls Billy Graham's Death 'Fake News' for a Very Good Reason

February 21, 2018Feb 21, 2018

Arguably the most famous U.S. Evangelical leader of all time, Billy Graham, has passed away. The news broke Wednesday morning that Graham died at his home surrounded by his family.

Graham was 99 years old at the time of his death. He had been battling illnesses and health issues in recent months. Please join us in praying for the entire Graham family.

Now, Governor Mike Huckabee is weighing in on the news. He surprised many fans and Christians when he decided to call Billy Graham's death fake news. However, he is exactly right for a very good reason!

"When I heard this morning that Billy Graham had died, I said, 'That's fake news. Billy Graham's not dead. He's more alive right now than he's ever been.' And the fact is, that's what he preached - is there is life beyond this one because of Jesus Christ," said Huckabee.

During Graham's life, millions of people were helped to find Christ. Graham was able to reach people around the world and was a longtime adviser to many U.S. presidents.

"The Billy Graham Evangelist Association put his lifetime audience at nearly 215 million people in more than 185 countries and territories, with 'hundreds of millions more' viewing him on television, video, film and webcasts," reported Fox News.

What do you think about this? Let us know! Also, make sure you read the last social media post Billy Graham ever put up. It came just hours before his death.

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