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The Message Part 21 - William Branham and Congressman Upshaw

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The Message Part 21 - William Branham and Congressman Upshaw:

This episode examines the life of William D. Upshaw, from his injury as a child, being bedridden from 1888 to 1895, and claiming recovery to the Shreveport Times in 1915. It also examines his role in helping save the Ku Klux Klan through a successful defense in Washington, D. C. with Klan leader William Joseph Simmons during the time Roy E. Davis was the official spokesperson for the Ku Klux Klan. Finally, it examines his illegal and unethical cooperation with Rev. Roy E. Davis, from 1927 Louisville to 1943 Los Angeles, to posing as a wheelchair invalid in William Branham's meeting.

Names discussed in this video:
* Congressman William D. Upshaw
* Rev. Roy E. Davis
* Indiana Governor Ed Jackson
* D. C. Stephenson
* William Joseph Simmons

Topics discussed in this video:
* Roy E. Davis coordinating with William D. Upshaw to enter William Branham's "healing" line posing as an invalid in a wheelchair
* Roy E. Davis speaking in Jeffersonville Indiana to repair William Branham's tarnished image after Branham was exposed as falsely claiming to have raised a dead person to life
* D. W. Griffith's "Birth of a Nation" leading to the birth of the Ku Klux Klan
* Roy E. Davis as the official spokesman of the Ku Klux Klan
* Ku Klux Klan's rebirth in 1915 on Stone Mountain, Georgia
* Roy E. Davis' claim to be one of the 15 who created the Klan
* William D. Upshaw helping Roy E. Davis commit fraud in Los Angeles by posing as an F.B.I. Agent
* William D. Upshaw being bedridden from 1888 to 1895
* William D. Upshaw confirming he no longer was confined to a wheelchair in 1915
* William D. Upshaw's political battles against alcohol in the anti-saloon league
* William D. Upshaw's work as an editor for the "Golden Age" in Atlanta
* William D. Upshaw as a revivalist
* William D. Upshaw combining politics and religion in his ministry
* William D. Upshaw's national battle against liquor
* William D. Upshaw breaking his leg in 1910
* William D. Upshaw's national fame, in contrast to William Branham claiming he had never heard of the former Congressman
* Indiana Governor Ed Jackson bribing officials for the Ku Klux Klan
* Klan Dragon D. C. Stephenson exposing Ed Jackson
* William D. Upshaw in Louisville when Roy E. Davis was setting up operations in Louisville
* William D. Upshaw's campaign for President of the United States after the fall of Ed Jackson
* William D. Upshaw's close relationship to William Joseph Simmons
* New York World's exposure of the Ku Klux Klan's infiltration of the United States as a terroristic organization
William D. Upshaw's successful battle to defend William Joseph Simmons and the Ku Klux Klan in Washington
* The Ku Klux Klan's anti-Catholic, anti-Jewish, and anti-African American agenda
* William D. Upshaw's death shortly after being "healed"