by Gina Cassini
The editor-in-chief at Christianity Today, a publication founded by evangelist Billy Graham, caused political Twitter to explode on Thursday, after saying President Donald Trump “should be removed from office.”
Mark Galli writes that,
The president of the United States attempted to use his political power to coerce a foreign leader to harass and discredit one of the president’s political opponents. That is not only a violation of the Constitution; more importantly, it is profoundly immoral.
Galli goes on to issue a slew of attacks on Trump’s “moral character”, and citing Trump aides victimized by the Mueller-Russia witch hunt as “proof” of his immoral judgment.
The media instantly heralded the attack as damaging to Trump, calling CT a “prominent evangelical publication” and citing its long-ago founder Rev. Graham is if to say: “SEE? Even Trump’s evangelical supporters now agree he is #OrangeManBad, like we’ve been telling you since 2015!”
And the same media predicted THIS was the sign that Trump had “lost” Christian voters with his impeachable behavior:
But the big problem is Christianity Today is not prominent at all, but a low-traffic, mostly ignored liberal rag that long ago lost its popularity to top sites like Christian Post, which wholeheartedly backs Trump.
Trump immediately shot back:
Leftist tweeters instantly ridiculed Trump’s attack:
But Trump is more correct than he probably even knows. CT is indeed far-left, and not only opposes Trump but espouses, and openly supports the priorities of the Progressive left like billionaire George Soros.
On November 9, Christianity Today published Matthew Soerens of World Relief promoting a “reform” plan for illegal aliens, in which millions of illegals could pay a small fine to avoid deportation, and obtain a path to citizenship.
That plan was created by the Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT), which was founded by the National Immigration Forum, a group funded by George Soros to “promote the free movement of peoples,” another way of saying open borders.
World Relief itself is heavily involved in earning revenue from its involvement in working with refugees. According to research published in Michelle Malkin’s new book, “Open Borders Inc.: Who’s Funding America’s Destruction?”, World Relief received at least $215.3 million (65 percent of its total funding) from government funding for refugee resettlement.
THIS is who the media considers a “right-wing,” “evangelical” publication?
80% of Evangelical Christians voted for Trump. How many of them would associate themselves with the far-left, open-borders radicalism of the EIT, BIF and World Relief? “Prominent” publication for evangelicals? EPIC FAIL.
UPDATE: Rev. Franklin Graham, the late Billy Graham’s son has totally repudiated the publication his father founded, saying the elder Graham voted for Donald Trump for president in 2016, and would have been “very disappointed” in the editorial against him...