Once Virginia’s Governor, now U.S. Senator.
And Hillary Clinton’s running mate.
He went to a Jesuit school. In college, he volunteered with the Jesuits in a missionary trip to Honduras. He engaged in work centered on political and social justice against the government.
He went on to become a trial lawyer, and is now one of the richest politicians in Washington D.C.
Even though he is a very vocal Catholic in he which fully acknowledges his faith in God, Evangelicals have pointed out a number of contradictions between his faith and he belongs to a party which stands in opposition to many of his beliefs.
- He has received funding and support from anti-Israeli lobbyists in Washington, D.C.
- He is vocally pro-abortion, even though the Catholic church condemns the death of the unborn. Like most pro-abortion candidates, he says he is personally opposed to abortion, but believes that every person should have the right to an abortion.
- He supported the destructive, deceptive Iran Deal, which will enable the #1 international sponsor of Islamic terror, as well as persecution of Christians around the world.
- He supports same-sex marriage and gay adoption, even though they violate basic tenets of Catholic doctrine
Here is Tim Kaine at the 2016 National Prayer Breakfast.
Check out a video on Kaine’s views of religious in the public square.
Kaine bans police chaplain from using “In Jesus’ Name”
Here, protesters demonstrate against Governor Kaine’s decision:
Here, voters criticize Kaine’s division on personal v. political views:
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