Antonio Sabato, Jr. Insists Obama is a Muslim and “With the Bad Guys”

Obama is “absolutely” a Muslim, says Antonio Sabato, Jr, speaking from Republican National Convention.

The issue of religious faith of U.S presidential candidates has once again raised concerns among several parties and this time focusing on religious believes of president Obama. Speaking at the Republican National Convention on Monday, Antonio Sabato Jr. who was featured as a prime-time speaker claimed that Obama is “Absolutely” a Muslim. He publicly accused President Barrack Obama claiming that he belongs “to the other side,” implying the Middle East thus believing that he must be a Muslim.

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Speaking to ABC News, Sabato said, “First of all, I don’t believe that the guy is a Christian. I don’t believe he follows the God that I love and the Jesus that I love…If you follow his story, if you read his book, if you understand about Obama — I mean, that’s not a Christian name, is it?”

Despite the fact that Obama attend to church frequently, Sabato the former underwear model and actor insisted that he doubts whether the guy is a Christian. He said, “I have met a lot of Christians, know a lot of Christians. I am one, and I don’t believe he is and I believe that he’s on the other side.”

He accused him of not speaking and acting like other Christians who always portrays Christian values and talk about Jesus Christ who is the base of Christian faith.

According to Sabato, America has been led by a Muslim President for the last seven years. “We had a Muslim president for seven and a half years,” he said. Thus, he claimed that Obama have always been on the other side and he expounded further saying, “I believe that he’s on the other side -the Middle East. He’s with the bad guys, Sabato said. “He’s with them. He’s not with us. He’s not with this country.”

He argued that America needs a neutral president who has Christian values and believes in one nation. Supporting the Republican nominee, Sabato said, “I believe we need Donald Trump, who shares my beliefs and my faith, to get our country back on track. Trump believes in one America, with liberty and justice for all.”


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