The Mysterious Case Of The Disappearing Endorsers
For the last several weeks, we have been regularly checking the "Endorsers" page on the website for Gov. Rick Perry's "The Response" prayer rally and doing research on the names listed. That was how we found out about people like Mike Bickle who believes that Oprah Winfrey is a forerunner to the Antichrist and John Benefiel who believes that the Statue of Liberty is a "demonic idol."
So imagine our dismay when we went to check the list today, only to find that the link to the page has been completely removed from The Response website.
Here is how the page used to look, with a link to the endorsements page right between "leadership" and "FAQ":
But here is the website now, with the link now removed:
Oddly, the endorses page still exists, so it is hard to understand why organizers of the event would remove this link from the website ... unless they are growing concerned about the truly radical nature of some of the participants involved in Gov. Perry's prayer rally and are taking steps designed to make it difficult to find out who he is partnering with.
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