How a data-backed Christian nationalist machine helped Trump to power - 2020-03-03

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F345.png How a data-backed Christian nationalist machine helped Trump to power March 3, 2020, Katherine Stewart, The Guardian

On March 7 2016, Dallas and Eldred appeared with Marcus and Joni Lamb on a Christian broadcasting network, to deliver a clear message to viewers: vote – the "right" way.

Lamb cut straight to what that meant. "Recently same-sex marriage became the law of the land," he said, knitting his fulsome eyebrows. "And principally it happened because Christians didn't vote in the presidential election, and supreme court justices who were very liberal were appointed to the bench."

Dallas was the guy with the numbers and a plan: "Ninety million Christians, OK, and 39 million don't get involved," he said. "If they got involved, eventually the fragrance of this country would have a Christ-like fragrance."

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{{cite news | first = Katherine | last = Stewart | title = How a data-backed Christian nationalist machine helped Trump to power | url = https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/mar/03/bill-dallas-christian-nationalist-right-donald-trump | work = The Guardian | date = March 3, 2020 | accessdate = May 27, 2020 }}