James Robison

Televangelist Dr. James Robison became full-time under Billy Graham.

Life Today with James Robison

Dominionism-James Robison, the CNP, Glenn Beck, UiP

Mike Huckabee-Dr. James Robison’s Communications Director late 1970s

Wikipedia “Robison was born and raised in Pasadena, Texas; a city outside of Houston. Robison’s mother, Myra Wattinger, was 40 years old at the time she gave birth to him. Robison has revealed that he was the product of rape and that his mother placed an ad in the Houston newspaper for a Christian couple to take care of him.

In 1979, Robison lost his regular slot on WFAA-TV in Dallas for preaching a sermon calling homosexuality a sin. He’d already made a name for himself when he called “for God’s people to come out of the closet” and take back the nation. In response, Robison organized a “Freedom Rally” at the Dallas Convention Center that attracted 10,000 people. According to Mike Huckabee, who was Robison’s communications director at the time, that rally was the genesis of Moral Majority.[7] In 1974, the James Robison Evangelistic Association purchased a hunting and fishing lodge near Hawkins, Texas, which the association developed into Brookhaven Retreat, a not-for-profit Christian camp and retreat center, still in operation today under different management.

In 2010, he convened a meeting in Dallas with several prominent conservative religious leaders, including Richard Land and Tony Perkins, in order to make plans to replace Barack Obama with a more socially conservative president in 2012.[9]

In 2015, Robison launched The Stream based in Fort Worth, TX,[11]a “national daily where those concerned about our nation’s perilous course can gather for news, wisdom and inspiration”.[12][13]Wikipedia 

Conservative Christian Leaders Plot to Replace Obama Ethics Daily By Brian Kaylor November 15, 2010 “Conservative Christian leaders from across the nation met two months ago near the Dallas airport to strategize about replacing President Barack Obama with someone who matches their agenda –a move that paralleled an effort by Christian leaders in 1979 to defeat then President Jimmy Carter.About 40 conservative Christian leaders gathered in Dallas on Sept. 8-9 to begin laying the groundwork for a religious-political movement similar to the one that helped Ronald Reagan oust the Baptist Sunday school teacher from the Oval Office.