Kirk Cameron talks Piers Morgan, ‘Monumental’ & tyranny


Surprise: American tyrant who enslaves

‘There is something seriously sick in the soul of our country’

By Anita Crane

On March 27, Kirk Cameron’s new film “Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure,” opens in 550 theaters nationwide for a one-night screening he hopes will move Americans to defend their nation against tyranny.

Cameron has been doing interviews to promote “Monumental,” but CNN’s Piers Morgan turned his March 2 appearance into a trial on “gay marriage” and abortion. 

Did Morgan, knowing full-well that Cameron was promoting the movie, allow the filmmaker to discuss his new historical documentary?

Cameron told WND: “No, he didn’t. I even asked him between segments on a commercial break if he would please have the courtesy to let me share a little bit about the film and he did not.”

Cameron answered questions in keeping with Christianity, yet Morgan accused him of inflammatory remarks and bigotry. The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation attempted to frame Cameron as an out-of-date former teen idol and “anti-gay extremist.”

But in fact, Cameron judged no persons. In fact, he spoke his beliefs about the consequences of particular acts – behavior. Furthermore, he was more delicate than St. Paul the apostle.

See and hear Cameron for yourself. Here’s the CNN clip of him discussing marriage with Morgan.

Ironically or providentially, Morgan’s anti-Christian campaign against Cameron justifies “Monumental.”

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