The article that you quoted talks about Billy Graham having been “snookered” by Nixon. It does not speak of “unwavering” support, and it does NOT necessarily make him two-faced. In fact, if his support was indeed unwavering, then this would argue against his alleged “two-facedness.”
Nor does it support your claim of his “hatred of Jewish people.” Rather, it merely says that Rev. Graham agreed with some of Nixon’s comments with regard to certain “liberal Jews,” but that’s hardly the same as hating Jewish people in general. In fact, that very same article talked about his long-standing support for the nation of Israel, which defies any claims of anti-Semitism.
I won’t claim that Billy Graham has never been dishonest about anything; after all, what man could ever make that claim? However, he seems to be fundamentally honest, which is a great deal that what most people could say.
“Notoriously secret”? The income tax records of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association are published on the website, along with their annual reports for the past four years. Their annual audits are publicly available, for which they are routinely praised. Daniel Borochoff, executive director of the American Institute of Philanthropy (a secular watchdog group) even describes Rev. Graham as the “gold standard” by which financial accountability should be gauged.
If they are indeed “notoriously secret” about their finances, then I think you must be using rather odd definitions of both “secrecy” and “notoriety.”