Most likely, the House will vote to impeach Trump. That's a fact. And Trump's white evangelicals supporters aren't happy about that. A lot of them have been very vocal with their anger:
Faith leaders told President Donald Trump at a private meeting at the White House this week that they saw the Democrats’ impeachment efforts in Congress as an attack on their conservative agenda, several attendees told McClatchy.
Trump’s meeting on Tuesday with at least 25 faith leaders from around the country was not on his public schedule, however it was acknowledged by a brief White House statement later that day. Johnnie Moore, a member of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom who attended the meeting, said faith-based leaders vented about the impact of impeachment efforts on their legislative priorities and that the sentiment was, “they’re trying to impeach us.”
“Agree or disagree with the evangelical community, we represent a third of the country in some form. In a democracy, our voice matters, and our voice deserves representation in the public square,” Moore said.
. . . Robert Jeffress, senior pastor at First Baptist Dallas and a participant in the meeting, has been promoting a Public Religion Research Institute poll that found 94 percent of Republicans and 99 percent of evangelical Republicans oppose impeachment. “Many evangelicals like myself believe that this is more than just a political skirmish,” he told McClatchy.
“They really believe that to impeach President Trump would be to impeach their own closely held values. And that’s why they take impeachment so personally,” Jeffress said about the faith leaders.
Notice that none of these folks tried to defend Trump against the charges that he threatened to hold back aid from the Ukraine if the government did not investigate Democratic presidential front runner Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
I think it's because they don't care. They are defending Trump because he gives them trinkets, i.e. the power to create policy and shape the nation into their version of a so-called Christian nation. They are so shortsighted. They think that Trump has elevated them, when in reality he has reduced them. He's wrecked their reputations and made the majority of the country see them as the fake, posturing hypocrites that they are.
Trump supporting pastor Franklin Graham got a taste of that on twitter Thursday night. He sent out the following tweet:
This is a sad day for America. Our politics in this country has hit a new low. @SpeakerPelosi and her followers in Congress have weaponized the impeachment process. This is just another attempt to tarnish and embarrass @POTUS @realDonaldTrump before the next election. 1/2— Franklin Graham (@Franklin_Graham) October 31, 2019
" i moved on her like a bitch, knew she was married "— Paul Becker (@horsevtnek) October 31, 2019
DONALD J TRUMP
Franklin, if you don't understand that Trump abused his position, it's probably because you abuse your position daily pretending to be a minister. The best thing for the BGEA and the Purse is for you to resign as well when Trump's impeached. You've abused your power too long— Cheerwhine (@cheerwhine1) October 31, 2019
— Tim -Pumpkin Jack- Bend (@being_tim) October 31, 2019
The sad day was when supposed Christians got behind Donald Trump, a man with a long reputation for dishonesty and immorality, and pushed him as a leader for the United States. We have your words about Bill Clinton, and Trump makes him look like a saint.
Trumps greatest accomplishment is exposing the evangelicals to be the frauds we always knew they were.— Tim McCloskey (@TimMccloskey77) October 31, 2019
@Franklin_Graham has ZERO CREDIBILITY. Donald Trump is the one that has weaponized military aid and used it to extort favors from a foreign government to dig up dirt on a possible opponent. Donald Trump is an embarrassment to USA and laughing stock of the world. #TrumpCrimeAdmin— Silver Eagle (@SandDollar04) October 31, 2019
Granted Franklin had supporters on his thread, but they were way outnumbered by those who called him out for his hypocrisy. I would suggest that Graham and the rest of the religious right get used to getting called out. No one is going to forget how they showed their proverbial asses during the Trump years.