House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that churches and faith-groups are an important Democratic ally in promoting open borders, amnesty, and immigration lawlessness. Many evangelicals are taking part in a leftist propaganda plot, and don’t know it.
Foreigners shall build up your walls, and their kings shall minister to you; for in my wrath I struck you, but in my favor I have had mercy on you (Isaiah 60:10).
God is for the building of border walls, and more than a few passages speak of good fences as a sign of national prosperity. In fact, an entire book of the Bible (Nehemiah) is devoted to the building of a border wall designed to keep out foreign invaders. Isaiah 60:10 (above) speaks of border walls as a sign of God’s compassion for the nation and even mentions foreign nations paying for it as a particularly powerful demonstration of God’s favor. So maybe Mexico should build our wall after all.
Speaking last week, Pelosi derided the president for performing his function as America’s Commander in Chief and went so far as to explain to illegal aliens how they could thwart US law enforcement officials who were tasked with serving immigration warrants. She also claimed in her speech that America’s churches were a key ally in the Democratic agenda to provide safe residency to upwards of 11 to 20 million undocumented Democrats.
“[Churches] were very concerned that this goes too far because these raids were not what they signed up for with President Trump. And I think their calls to the president made a difference. Hopefully the president will think again about it or these groups will weigh in once again.”
Pelosi’s comments come as ICE officials are busy carrying out plans to serve more than two thousand warrants on illegal immigrants who have broken other U.S. laws beside immigration policies.
Since losing the 2016 presidential election largely due to ignoring evangelical influence, Democrats have worked tirelessly to rope in America’s evangelicals and mobilize them for a liberal victory in 2020. Polarizing America along ethnic and ideological grounds is a key component of this election cycle for Democrats. They hope immigration is the one issue that finds common ground with people of faith.
Democrats have made incredible inroads into the nation’s largest Protestant denomination, largely due to the influence of Russell Moore, who serves as the president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, an entity owned by the Southern Baptist Convention. Moore—a former Democratic staffer and proud communitarian—has done everything within his power to turn ordinarily conservative evangelicals into advocates for lawlessness on this issue.
Moore helps to run the Evangelical Immigration Table, funded and started by the National Immigration Forum, a foundation belonging to George Soros. Through Moore and his colleagues at the ERLC and sister organization (they share contributors, writers, speakers, and council members), The Gospel Coalition, many churches are beginning to cave on this issue that may very well swing the 2020 elections.
The two leaders, Pelosi and Moore, aren’t without connections. After it was revealed that an ERLC-backed group began to advocate for “gay rights,” Moore spoke alongside Pelosi at an event for the CCCU in partnership with the National Association of Evangelicals, which is a sub-organization of the World Council of Churches.
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