Christian protester: ‘We just felt like we’ve got to go stand in the gap’

July 16, 2007 – Post

The man who was arrested for disrupting a Hindu chaplain’s prayer in the U.S. Senate on Thursday claims he was “honoring the intentions” of America’s founding fathers and hoping to “avert the wrath of God on the nation.”

North Carolina Christian activist Ante Pavkovic says when he prayed loudly as Hindu chaplain Rajan Zed was approaching the Senate podium, he was “standing up for God” and paying tribute to America’s founding fathers who openly named “Jesus” in their speeches and documents. Pavkovic, his wife, and his 19-year-old daughter were arrested and charged with misdemeanor unlawful conduct and disrupting Congress. They are scheduled to appear in court July 31.

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