Reverend Graham Lets Rosie O’Donnell Know Who’s REALLY Going to Hell (Hint: It’s Not Conservatives)

Reverend Franklin Graham has built a following teaching morality and giving real-life experiences.  Although he tries to give others the benefit of the doubt, he couldn’t help but respond to Rosie O’Donnell.

In the past few weeks, Rosie O’Donnell has (probably) solicited bribes and damned basically every Republican to hell.

On Christmas morning, she sent Speaker Paul Ryan a tweet full of Christmas cheer.  She accused him of screwing up the nation and added “u will go straight to hell u screwed up fake altar boy.”

Side note: Does anyone else get annoyed that Rosie tweets with the grammar of a 12-year-old boy?

That was in response to Ryan’s tweet on December 23.  From his tweet:

At the end of each year, no matter how short—or long—it may feel, there is always Christmas. Waiting for us is that sense of wonder the shepherds felt when the angels appeared in the night sky to herald the birth of a Savior.

At this point, Reverend Graham apparently had it.  The reverend told the washed-up comedian that she didn’t “hold the keys to hell”.  He wrote:

Rosie, you don’t have the keys to hell, but I know the One who does.  And I can tell you who will be there. Hell is going to be filled with people who rejected God’s offer of salvation and turned their backs on His laws and standards, refusing to repent.

Jesus Christ is God in the flesh, and He took your sins and mine to the Cross, dying in our place so that we might live — if we would turn from our sins and put our faith in Him.  I hope one day you will put your faith and trust in Jesus Christ and let him heal your heart, clean up your mouth, and forgive your sins. Do that today—you’ll never regret it.

The most important part of this statement?  Rather than telling O’Donnell that she was going to hell, he decided to give her some sound advice.  You know, like she’s an actual human being.  Something a libtard would never offer a conservative.

Here is Graham’s statement in full: