Baptist Press published a demonstrably false report today claiming that George Soros did not fund the Evangelical Immigration Table. However, the likes of Eric Metaxas, the National Review, the Institute on Religion & Democracy and a host of other actual Christian and conservatives have reported the truth—that George Soros funded the National Immigration Forum and the National Immigration Forum funded the Evangelical Immigration Table.
It is demonstrably true.
Baptist Press is now Baptist Pravda.
They’ve published a blatant lie to defend Russell Moore and Dr. Moore’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC)’s connection to Soros.
Baptist Press would need to be much improved to warrant being called Fake News. Its so false and so widely known that this obvious partisan lie can’t even be called news.
It is simply false.
And they cited Snopes as a fact check on the story!
That’s how partisan and pathetic Snopes is.
But that’s good enough for Baptist Press.
And that’s how partisan and biased Baptist Press is. They’ll cite Snopes despite the fact that no actual conservative believes Snopes.
That’s how desperate they are.
But it raises a host of questions.
Why would Baptist Press publish something so demonstrably false? Did they think nobody would remember the actual money trail to Soros?
Is the ERLC and the Evangelical Immigration Table so notoriously linked to Soros that they felt the need to have surrogates lie like this?
And most important of all, will the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention and Ronnie Floyd allow Baptist Press to publish such demonstrably false reports like this?
And if so, is the SBC even worth fighting to save?
These are troubling times. The SBC seminaries are in a mess with most promoting Woke Social Justice nonsense. Now we have Baptist Press ignoring the huge story of 100s of Virginia Southern Baptist churches under subpoena in a sex abuse case.
The very foundation of the Southern Baptist Convention is under assault and BP doesn’t report on that—but takes the time to shill for George Soros and Soros-funded immigration groups.
It shows where Baptist Press loyalties rest.
Will Ronnie Floyd show real leadership and fire these partisans? Or, will conservative churches continue to send dollars to help George Soros and Democratic immigration policies?
And things will only get worse as these partisans at Baptist Press prep for the 2020 Presidential Election campaign. Care to guess where their loyalties will be in that election?
Oh, and if you want to read the BP report, here it is.