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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 28: Israel Folau speaks to media following his conciliation meeting with Rugby Australia at Fair Work Commission on June 28, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Don Arnold/Getty Images)

By Jesse B. Russell, Crisis Magazine, July 5, 2019

Jesse B. Russell

In one of the most infamous “Nixon tapes” recorded by one of the most unjustly hated presidents in U.S. history, Nixon is captured conversing with Evangelical leader and “America’s Pastor,” the Reverend Billy Graham immediately after the National Prayer breakfast on February 1, 1972. Noting the changing of the guard in the American power structure in which leftists had by the early seventies achieved near total dominance in academia, media, and the entertainment industry and were at work destroying the fundamentally Christian character of the American people, Graham had noted that there was a need to break this “stranglehold” liberals in the media had on the United States or “the country is going down the drain.”

Later that November, President Nixon would prove how out of touch the newly emergent leftist establishment was by trouncing George McGovern, the poster boy of the New Left, in the presidential elections, carrying 520 electoral votes and 49 states.

As his landslide victory indicated, Nixon could rely on the support of the American people who were as disgusted with “acid, amnesty, and abortion” as the 36th president of the United States…..Read the entire article here: