McCain Rejects Endorsement From Pastor Following Hitler Comment

May 22, 2008

Republican presidential candidate John McCain has rejected an endorsement from Rev. John Hagee following a comment he made involving a connection between God, Adolf Hitler, and Jews.Washington (ChattahBox) – Republican presidential candidate John McCain has rejected an endorsement from Rev. John Hagee following a comment he made involving a connection between God, Adolf Hitler, and Jews.

Rev. John Hagee made the endorsement official a few months ago,, but McCain has officially come out and rejected it.

The rejection comes following and audio tape which was released, where Rev. Hagee insists that God sent Adolf Hitler to Earth to help the Jews reach the promise land.

Hagee stated in the past that God sent Hurricane Katrina as retribution for homosexual sin as well.

McCain put out a statement saying “I find these remarks and others deeply offensive and indefensible and I repudiate them. I did not know of them before Rev. Hagee’s endorsement, and I feel I must reject his endorsement as well.”


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One Response to “McCain Rejects Endorsement From Pastor Following Hitler Comment”

  1. Nicolas de Roth on May 23rd, 2008 9:33 am

    TANGLED UP IN GOD

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