The Southern Baptist Church (SBC), the largest Evangelical and Protestant denomination in the United States, and who want amnesty for all illegal aliens and who advocate for open borders, is in disarray after their ties to well-known atheist, George Soros, were exposed.
Breitbart News revealed the SBC’s links to Soros in a December report.
The group has been lobbying governors all across the country for entirely open borders and amnesty for all.
The church is not too happy that their ties have been revealed, as well as the source of their funding.
The EIT sent letters to the governors of California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin, which prompted six Republican governors to sign up for more illegal and legal aliens into their state, voters be damned.
So far, only Texas has opted out.
Gov Greg Abbott made it official just last week.
All Republican governors should reject the policy meant to disrupt the voting in those states by illegals and giving Democrats an edge on illegal voting.
“A Breitbart.com article recently highlighted the Evangelical Immigration Table, an organization credited with persuading multiple governors to allow refugees to resettle in their states. The article also suggested the group has ties to the progressive billionaire George Soros,” Baptist Press News reports. “A number of blogs have circulated these rumors, charging the group and those affiliated with it as advancing an “open borders” mass immigration agenda. These claims have proved to be false.”
“Some accusing EIT, or member groups of EIT, as being “Soros-funded” point out that EIT is supported by the National Immigration Forum, and that an organization chaired by George Soros had awarded grant money to the National Immigration Forum — which is true. However, the grant in question represented just 2 percent of the National Immigration Forum’s overall budget, and further, EIT has never received or utilized any money from either George Soros or a Soros foundation,” the publication continues. “Additionally, the ERLC has never funded or been funded by EIT or NIF.”
Acting as the Baptist Pravda, Baptist Press News goes on to dispute SBC’s ties to Soros by citing the partisan “fact-checking website Snopes.com.”
However, SBC’s insistence that it has never received money from Soros is an outright lie and BPN’s claims that Soros funded only 2 percent of NIT are demonstrably false.
An examination of the IRS 990 filings of the $20 billion Open Society Foundations, the private philanthropic entities of Soros, has granted hundreds of thousands of dollars to the NIF as far back as 2006 and is the group’s largest contributor.