The American Association of Evangelicals has released a new video revealing George Soros' infiltration of America's Christian base through his many funding ventures.
The video, Soros' ‘Rented Evangelicals', details how George Soros network’s funding of “evangelical mascots” and a “Rent-an-Evangelical” tactic has been in play in order to destabilize the religious minded within the Republican party.
Here’s what AAE put out in a press release: “Democrat ministers Rev. Jim Wallis and allies are now touring many states on ‘Vote Common Good’ buses to … split the evangelical vote before the mid-term elections. The AAE video features the newly released voice recording of [Jim] Wallis of Sojourners as he publicly denied that he was a recipient of Soros funding.”
But guess what?
His denial’s proven a bit — umm, wrong.
Soros-tied Open Society money and grant dollars have not only flowed by the hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Sojourners, AAE reported. But Soros-tied Open Society money and grant dollars have been flowing to the Sojourners for some time.
“Soros Funding of Sojourners Is Only the Tip of the Iceberg,” wrote National Review in August of 2010.
“George Soros Funding Jim Wallis and Sojourners,” wrote Crisis Magazine that same month and year, which went on to report: “The funding from Soros’s foundation, The Open Society, was revealed by Marvin Olasky in World magazine.”
And then there was this, from the Blaze, in October 2011: “George Soros Sends $150000 to Jim Wallis‘ Left-Wing Group Sojourners.”
‘Lest the significance goes unrecognized: The Sojourners is a far-left group that masquerades as a Christian outlet, bent on doing God’s work, but that far more often seems to do nothing but Democrats’ will.
“We are evangelicals, Catholics, Pentecostals and Protestants; progressives and conservatives; blacks, whites, Latinos, and Asians; women and men; young and old … [and] seek to discover the intersection of faith, politics, and culture,” Sojo.net reads.
Sounds honorable enough. But how come that intersection never leads down a conservative path?
The organization’s magazine puts out such thoughts as this: “No Wall Between Amigos.” And this: “Conservative Court-Packing Isn’t About Abortion — It’s About Culture: If the Right really cares about abortion, they should reduce poverty.” And this: “In the Midst of a Political Emergency: The administration is threatening the soul of this nation.”
There’s nothing pro-Donald Trump, pro-conservative, pro-limited government, pro-Constitution about this group’s goals — or, for that matter, about the Vote Common Good bus tour, currently winding through 31 cities of America.
Source: Washington Times