In a recent May 29th article from Christian Post, Jim Wallis of Sojourners, Obama adviser and member of the Soros funded Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT), is pushing John Boehner on swift immigration legislation. The method he is using to “persuade” Boehner seems quite theocratic:
“The faith community is going to be watching John Boehner very carefully, of whether he will make a moral decision here. The Catholic Church is completely clear about this. He is a Catholic, and his bishops have been clear, the pope has been clear – it’s time for John Boehner to make the right moral choice. It’s time for John Boehner to listen to and obey his own Catholic Church.”Well, Wallis would be very familiar with what a segment of the Catholic Church is doing, since he works so closely with them:
Founded in 2004 as a “communications and organizing resource center dedicated to helping faith leaders reclaim the values debate in America for justice, compassion, and the common good, ” Faithful America was really created to help Perriello convince voters—including pro-life voters—to move beyond what he called “divisive abortion rhetoric.” It is important to note that nearly all of the Soros-supported progressive faith-based organizations are founded to reclaim the “common good.” And, for left-wing Catholic groups, a commitment to the common good always includes access to abortion rights.Read the rest HERE.
In 2009 the two organizations teamed up with Sojourners, Jim Wallis’ social justice organization, and PICO National Network, the USCCB-funded community organizing initiative, to create a “toolkit” on the health care reform debate. The toolkit reassured readers that conscience protections would remain in place—even though no such assurance was offered in any of the versions of the reform. Such protections were never intended to be in place.