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From Talk to Action:

During the 2008 election, Texas megachurch pastor and Christians United For Israel Founder John Hagee attracted a firestorm of criticism following his high-profile endorsement of GOP Presidential candidate John McCain, especially when a short YouTube video with an audio recording, of statements by Hagee that were widely taken as anti-Semitic, surfaced.

In the audio clip, from a late 2005 sermon, Hagee stated, "Then God sent a hunter. Hitler was a hunter." Hagee claimed that God's divine purpose for Hitler was to drive Europe's Jews towards Palestine, because that was where the deity wanted them to live. After the audio recording was aired on broadcast networks worldwide, McCain renounced Hagee's political endorsement.

Samuel Rodriguez appears to be on good terms with the Reverend John Hagee; Rodriguez recently tapped Hagee's former youth minister, Warren Beemer, to head the international youth ministry of the Third Day Believers Network (3DBN), Rodriguez' global fundamentalist ministry organization.
Here's Rev. Sammy Rodriguez in his own words:
"We have radical Muslims. Radical homosexuals. Radical abortionists. We need radical, born again, spirit filled Christians to arise ! Do you follow me ? We don't need any sissy Christians, Oprah Winfrey Christians. We need prophetic, devil stomping, demon rebuking, blood washed, Bible believing, free-from-sin Christians !" - Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, prominent Come Let Us Reason Together Governing Agenda co-author.


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