Almost 120,000 Christians pledge to vote for Jesus Christ as president this November
On June 18, 2012 At 10:18 am
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In a "Say No to Satan" campaign led by Bill Keller, who claims that he is "the world's leading Internet evangelist" because of his LivePrayer.com website, Christians are pledging to write in Jesus Christ for president this November.
Within days of Keller's press release announcing the campaign, around 14,000 people signed his online pledge committing to write in their savior's name on the presidential ballot. Keller claims that the current candidates represent "a two-headed coin with Satan on both sides" and that no Christian in good conscience can vote for President Obama, who he says is a "true enemy of God," or GOP presumptive nominee Mitt Romney, who he characterizes as "a 5th generation member and a priest in the satanically inspired Mormon cult."
In just a month's time, almost 120,000 people have signed Keller's petition, according to his website (see screenshot above).
Keller proclaims, "Now is the time, this is the moment. God may be done with this nation, but His people can make our stand for righteousness, say NO to satan, and help lead this nation back to the Almighty and His Truth!!!"