Franklin Graham crusade ads yanked off buses in England over his ‘anti-LGBTQ’ remarks
A transit company in England has yanked ads from the sides of its double-decker buses promoting North Carolina evangelist Franklin Graham’s planned crusade in the seaside resort town of Blackpool.
The company acted in response to complaints from British LGBTQ leaders.
Graham shot back on Facebook, saying his “Crusade of Hope” in September will be designed to “transform hearts and lives.”
“I’m sorry,” Graham posted, “that some see hope as offensive, but I can assure you that tens of thousands of people in Blackpool and across the United Kingdom are searching for hope. Sex, drugs, money, even religion—none of these are the answer. “