McCain’s Hagee: God Sent Hitler To Hunt Jews

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Senator McCain . . . Repudiate . . . Repudiate and Denounce Pastor Hagee Now!

Hagee, whose endorsement McCain fought for, has previously said that “Hurricane Katrina was, in fact, the judgment of God against the city of New Orleans.” “New Orleans had a level of sin that was offensive to God,” Hagee said, because “there was to be a homosexual parade there on the Monday that the Katrina came.”

Since McCain secured Hagee’s endorsement, both his campaign and Hagee have been pressed to explain a series of derogatory remarks the Reverend made about the Catholic Church, including his reference to the institution as "the Great Whore."

Hagee has since apologized for those remarks, but now comes this new audio from a 1999 sermon in which Hagee states that the Nazis operated on God’s behalf to chase the Jews from Europe and shepherd them to Palestine. According to Hagee, Adolph Hitler was a "hunter," sent by God, who was tasked with expediting God’s will of having the Jews re-establish a state of Israel.

Hagee is a supporter of the Jewish state of Israel as he believes this will help bring Armageddon. He wants Israel to wage war against Iran and keep all its troops in the West Bank.

Hear the Audio Of Hagee:

 More on this story at Talk To Action

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