Bush Denies Jesus Christ!
"For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple." -Romans 16:18
Texe Marrs
Oh what spiritual horrors often come from the unseemly ambitions of political men! Take for example, the graphic example of President George W. Bush.
When running for the office of Governor for the State of Texas back in '93, the younger Bush was asked at a news conference if he believed Jesus was the only way to heaven. In response, George W. Bush stated, "I believe that people who do not accept Jesus cannot go to heaven."
That was in 1993. It was good politics, because Texas has a large populace of conservative Christians who believe exactly this very same thing—that Jesus is the only way, and that only he is the Saviour of humanity (John 3:16). Appreciating George W's stand for Jesus, many Texas Christians warmly embraced their brother-in-Christ (they thought!). Bush went on to easily beat his Democratic opposition, the silver-tongued reprobate, Ann Richards, and became Governor of Texas.
Bush Sought Jewish Approval for the Presidency
But, in 1998, just five years later, tiring of his Governor job and seeking greener pastures in Washington, D.C., Bush knew he would have to first win the approval of the Jewish bigwigs if he were to ever become President of the United States. Chief among the Jewish groups he would have to bow down to were the talmudic elite of the Jewish ADL.
Obediently wearing his Jewish skull cap, then Governor George Bush prays at the wailing wall of the Jews in Jerusalem.
That organization was determined to straighten politician George W. Bush out. To the antichrist Jews of the ADL, his religious views about Jesus didn't make muster. If you want to be President, Abe Foxman, head of the ADL, warned Bush, you will have to ditch the idea that Jesus is the only way to heaven.
Nooooo problem. Not for an unprincipled and ambitious, would-be President of the United States. Young George just rounded up his mother, Barbara, and his Illuminati family pal and Judaizer extraordinaire, Billy Graham, and, using them as "cover," he just up and changed his religious views on a dime.