George Soros is “Renting” Christian “Mascots” to Stop Jeff Sessions’ Nomination

Senator Jeff Sessions speaking at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, DC.

By Kelly Monroe Kullberg Published on January 10, 2017

Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), a longtime student and teacher of both Bible and Constitution, will meet this week in confirmation hearings with the Senate Judiciary Committee, seeking approval as U.S. Attorney General. Like most Americans, including his fellow evangelicals, Sessions knows that lawlessness, open borders, crime and drugs destroy lives and weaken our nation.

George Soros will be at the hearings too. Not in person, of course, but in the form of evangelical and Catholic “mascots” who accept his funding and share in his agenda. Soros, an atheist billionaire, has also funded Ready for Hillary PAC, as well as activists for open borders, amnesty, Islamic “refugee” migrations to the West and many other culture-wrecking efforts in Europe and America.

Soros-funded leftists are busy teaching a new generation to use selective Bible quotes and buzzwords to push a post-American, globalist agenda.

Soros Knows how to “Rent-An-Evangelical”

The Soros network’s New America Foundation aptly refers to its sponsorship of religious mascots as “Rent-An-Evangelical.”  Soros began funding Rev. Jim Wallis’s leftist journal Sojourners over a decade ago, to teach Biblical catchphrases and “the faith narrative” to previously secular Democrats, in the hope of peeling off Christian values voters.

In 2010, Wallis famously denied being on Soros’s payroll — until he was caught with the money. Richard Cizik, former policy head of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), admitted it.  Wallis and Cizik are busy teaching a new generation to use selective Bible quotes and buzzwords to push a post-American, globalist agenda. Socialists have long beguiled Christian citizens with “faith” optics and words ornamenting their projects.

Their technique, tempting not only to liberals, is to cherry-pick Bible verses while ignoring the whole counsel of Scripture. The Soros-Left then organizes its network to swarm an event or person, like Senator Sessions. Their large, subsidized media then dutifully parrots their divisive message. Think: Saul Alinsky for the Digital Age.

Expect the usual suspects chosen from Soros’s tame Christian groups to appear at or comment on the hearings:

  • Sojourners, Wallis’s journal. Its recent diatribes include: “Resistance is Patriotic — and Christian,”NAACP President and Colleagues Stage Sit-In at Sen. Jeff Sessions Office, and this pro-Islamist critique of Christians in government.
  • Faith in Public Life (FPL), a putatively Catholic organization which, as Wikileaks revealed, was paid by Soros to try to influence Pope Francis’ visit to the U.S., and spin it as a win for pro-choice Democrats. FPL’s leader, John Gehring, has chimed in against Sessions here and here. See Rev. Robert Sirico’s worthy critique of “Soros’s Catholic Useful Idiots” here.
  • People Improving Communities through Organizing (PICO), which also took Soros money to spin Pope Francis’ visit. PICO’s contribution to the Sessions debate was published here.
  • Members of the Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT), a public relations campaign, launched by the secular National Immigration Forum (NIF) of Soros, Ford, Carnegie and other foundations.
  • Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good, one of the organizations which a Podesta email cited as part of a “revolution” Democrats hoped to support inside the Catholic church. This organization claimed during the election that “Trump-Pence is the Most Anti-Catholic Ticket in Modern History.”

The Bible is not Globalist or Open Borders

Thankfully Americans are waking up to the Progressive machine, fueled by Soros and friends.  In 2016, thousands of Christians signed a “Call to Repentance and Renewal” to ministers advancing progressive chaos in our cities and nation.  A short “must see” video followed, which documents Soros’s Formula.

Jeff Sessions is a faithful public servant who deserves our support against these heavily subsidized radicals. As a prosecutor in Alabama, Jeff Sessions worked to desegregate schools. He prosecuted and bankrupted the KKK.  But leftists distort his record to pretend that he is somehow tainted by “racism.”

Nor are Sessions’ views on immigration in any way extreme or unbiblical, As Sessions wrote:

It is not mainstream, but extreme, to continue surging immigration beyond any historical precedent and to do so at a time when almost 1 in 4 Americans age 25 to 54 does not have a job. What we need now is immigration moderation: slowing the pace of new arrivals so that wages can rise, welfare rolls can shrink and the forces of assimilation can knit us all more closely together.

Immigration laws are a necessary part of a just society.  As we read the whole Bible, we’re taught to love ourselves, our families, our neighbors, our cities, as well as the stranger (ger in Hebrew) who comes lawfully as a blessing.  What we see in the Bible is not open borders, but wise welcome.

Let us welcome Senator Sessions to the Trump administration.

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  • Gary

    A country with open borders is not a country. If people can wonder into your house, eat your food, sleep in your bed, and come and go as they please, all at your expense, can it really be said it is your “home”?

    • Reasonable?

      Sounds great Gary, where do you live?

      • Gary

        I don’t allow that sort of thing at my house, so your knowing my address would not be of any help to you. And might even be harmful.

        • Reasonable?

          That’s not very KKKristian of you Gary.

  • Howard Rosenbaum

    Mr. Soros earliest attempts to infiltrate the ranks of the faithful failed miserably some many years ago in Jonestown. They weren’t supposed to drink the cool aid ..! Ok thats a distasteful satirical association on my part. Almost as tragic though, are the followers of an ideology that serves a similar concoction cloaked in dubious good deeds & failed theology to an equally unsuspecting public.

    • Wayne Cook

      Don’t apologize! Your analysis is right on target, as was Kullberg’s! Progressives will continue the attack as “6Proverbs16” did in these comments.

      • Reasonable?

        Wayne you’re nothing but an Old Testament blasphemer.

      • Howard Rosenbaum

        Thanks. You place me in excellent company .

    • Reasonable?

      How dare you attack Jews for Jesus! You sick and twisted little man.

      • Howard Rosenbaum

        Sure, I would be attacking myself. Being a Jew who is for The Jesus you seem to be somewhat unfamiliar with. Oh, & I’m 5″11″” w/very good posture. Why am I even responding to this nonsense …?!

        • Reasonable?

          Because Howard, it’s about the guilt you feel about yo mudda, yo fadda!

  • Gary

    Liberals oppose Sessions being AG because they understand that most of what they have gotten that they wanted has been through the courts. They depend on attorney generals and federal judges to achieve for them what they cannot get though legislative bodies.

    • Reasonable?

      Gary, there is no difference between you and a liberal, you’re both wrong.

      • No, Gary is right for the most part unless you factor in times when they had the support of Republican legislators such as with the Civil Rights Act of 1965. In that important legislation Republicans led the way voting in the House with 61 Democrats voting against it and 24 Republicans doing the same. It passed the House 333 to 85. In the Senate it passed with the support of 94% of the Republicans but only 75% of the Democrats. The Republicans were in the minority at the time and because of Democratic opposition they needed the support of the Republicans whose record on civil rights was stronger than the Democrats. Republican Senator Everett Duerksen was credited by President Johnson with being the driving force that made the bill possible. I’m sorry to say the Democrats have only used the racial issue when it benefitted them politically. Meanwhile, Blacks in the country, especially in Democrat controlled cities, remain in desperate economic and social peril. The vitriol we heard from Cory Booker today proves this point. He stated no known facts to back his historic opposition to Sessions but mainly spoke in generalities like you would hear in a political speech. Sessions might be able to rectify some of the injustice that poured out of the outgoing Department of Justice. We hope and pray.

  • 6Proverbs16

    Thanks for the info. It is interesting. But unseemly to belittle other Christians unless you are charging them frankly with heresy or idolatry.

    Since you do belittle them please so append your charges against them of either 1. heresy, or 1. idolatry.

    The charges of mixing of Soros’ money into these organizations inappropriately is important.

    Therefore, please be impartial and complete in your reporting of inappropriate mixing of money.

    Please append an accounting of all money, resources, or support of any sort from Satanic Lord Putin – either from his SOVIET OLIGARCHY and from his own personal channels (Note: Putin is reportedly a $70Billionaire – FAR WEALTHIER that Soros and Trump!) – in any Trump business entity, any Trump business enterprise (contracts, agreements, financing, deals, etc).

    You are bright Harvard graduate. So, surely you know the importance of impartiality in professional ethics.

    Oh, btw, out of Swarthmore – where we were not at all instantly impressed with claims of ‘Harvard supremacy’. And UVA – where we’ll put our Mr Jefferson up against any you put up from Harvard. (smile)

    • Wayne Cook

      Nope. She’s right. Confrontration of sin in the church is scriptural. There is no impartiality in scripture..only progressive and divisive minds…

      • Reasonable?

        Explains your lobotomy Wayne.

    • ssol4569

      Regarding the Roman Catholic Church, the difference is now they are following the Vatican II Council, big difference! Regarding “Evangelicals”, that would be like herding cats.

    • Eric Reese

      Mat 18: 15-17 “”If your brother sins against you, go and show him his fault, just between the two of you. If he listens to you, you have won your brother over. But if he will not listen, take one or two others along, so that ‘every matter may be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses.’ If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church; and if he refuses to listen even to the church, treat him as you would a pagan or a tax collector.”

    • Gary

      Define “Social-Control Christians”.

    • American Dox

      There are six things the Lord hates,
      seven that are detestable to him:
      17 haughty eyes,
      a lying tongue,
      hands that shed innocent blood,
      18 a heart that devises wicked schemes,
      feet that are quick to rush into evil,
      19 a false witness who pours out lies
      and a person who stirs up conflict in the community.

      SWAT ain’t too haughty, I guess, but your attitude is. But do tell what Bible verses have been used by the GOP to maintain “white supremacy” with a capital W and S? Please state GOP laws that have been enacted to enforce white supremacy. We are waiting. Or are you being a false witness? Oh nevermind, it is fun to stir up controversy. The Bible does state that “The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat.” and “Anyone who does not provide for their relatives, and especially for
      their own household, has denied the faith and is worse than an
      unbeliever.” Oh, and the sheep versus the goats narrative was speaking of care for OTHER CHRISTIANS. This is the case for the socialist lifestyle embraced by the early church as well. Never does the Bible say that “Rome ought to enact a socialist government to help poor people” and in fact, charity was the duty of the faithful, not the government.

      I will solemnly state that accusing Christians of idolatry and heretical abuse of Jesus’ announcement of duties to the poor, etc because they vote for smaller government and fewer entitlements is….”a false witness pouring out lies.” Because basically that is slander. In fact, the opposite is true, because the confiscatory tax structure hamstrings the church’s charitable impulse and also encourages men to abandon their households.

      • Reasonable?

        A Grand Dragon of the KKKristian in name only. Can’t wait ’til you’re cast into a lake of fire.

      • 6Proverbs16

        Thank you for engaging actual conversation instead of only name calling and distraction (‘look over there! illegals aliens’, etc).

        We have many explanation responses that The Stream – being an organ of Social-Control Christians – has not published, without justification.

        But briefly,

        a. your exegesis of Matthew 25 is obscenely contrary to so many exemplary teachings of the Lord including the Great Commandment that we send you to your closet to pray, we beg thee. The teaching of the great division of sheep and goats regarding our care of ALL humanity, clearly! And announces duties of care toward groups many consider dirty, ugly, nasty to deal with, icky – the poor, the homeless, the incarcerated, the ‘stranger’, etc, no doubt intended by the Lord to make the point more dramatically and calling believers into what Apostle Paul declared was the need to ‘work our your faith with fear and trembling’. Jesus did not say ‘yeah the sheep are the First Methodists; do help them with they rummage sale’ … or ‘verily joineth Congregation Beth Elohim when they asketh thee to support their community fundraiser’, etc. Nope, Jesus specifically proclaimed that he was one of the dirty, ugly, nasty to deal with, and icky ones. So, unless you repent upon hearing the Word hurry to your closet (and don’t go there to check on your secret pornography, etc).

        b. the Hebrew ‘ger’ is NOT generally, or even often, translated as the article states to mean legal status. Bible hub reveals the frequency of translations across Bibles:
        alien (40), aliens (11), foreigners (1), immigrants (1), sojourner (5), sojourners (2), stranger (25), stranger’s (1), strangers (6).

        SORRY, ‘immigrant’ that has an explicit ‘legal status’ meaning – which the article claims – is INFREQUENTLY used to translate ‘ger’

        Oopsie, Poopsie … more FAKE NEWS from The Stream!

        c. White Supremacy … oh my … you are in denial. Euros started their ‘scientific/natural law’ discussions of White Supremacy in generation before American Independence and sadly White Supremacy infected the Constitution and setting up of the new government – as you very well know with the 3/5 Compromise! – and through hundreds of federal, state, and local laws following! For centuries! Also as you dearly know the Democratic Party in the early to mid 20th century was the caretaker of ‘Jim Crow’ racial apartheid, and racist eugenics. But we ponder, then, how come the Republican Party since Civil Rights Act of 1964 has seldom found a race-baiting argument they didn’t like, use, and amplify; a voting rights suppression law they didn’t like; claims of discrimination they had no interest in adjudicating; a ‘tough on crime’ law targeting the poor (including poor White folks, which are my folks!) the Black, the Brown, etc) that got written in ways to exempt the rich and the ‘connected’ (including rich folks of color); delighting in support for financial ‘redlining’, usurious ‘pay day’ loans, locating toxic dumps, extraction industries, high polluters where poor people, people of color and other disadvantaged live; making big money off jails and prisons located far FAR away from your gated communities; etc

      • 6Proverbs16

        …. oh, and about your disputation:

        QUOTE
        I will solemnly state that accusing Christians of idolatry and heretical abuse of Jesus’ announcement of duties to the poor, etc because they vote for smaller government and fewer entitlements is….”a false witness …
        UNQUOTE

        Oh, my, …. we agree …. that a political, economic, and moral decision to vote for ‘smaller government’ and ‘fewer entitlements’ is not ipso facto idolatry, heresy, or sin!

        You don’t know many Virginians do you? Because if you did you’d know that WE LOVE private property! Many of us own bits and pieces of Virginia that we love and have no interest in governments taking it away, taxing it out of our hands, …. and if you were from western Virginia, by far the more consistently and strongly ‘conservative regions of Virginia! … you know that herds – BIG HERDS! – of very conservative Virginians are fighting to the last man and woman on the battlefield BIG ENERGY OLIGARCHS who want to put 2-3-4 pipelines across our mountains and valleys! THE MOST CONSERVATIVE counties of Virginia are raging angry and well organized agains the pipelines … because … BECAUSE they violate private property rights and family values!

        Those counties voted Trump … but if Trump Administration pushes through those pipelines … WOE to he! Virginians and their love for the land – AND PRIVATE OWNERSHIP of the land – and the FAMILY VALUES of keeping that land ‘in the family’ – organized well enough to defeat Disney Corp. when Disney wanted to put a theme park in Virginia!

        Know, you don’t know Virginians do you? We are not Socialists.

    • Your first statement is in error. Christians are admonished to hold one another accountable for prevalent sins because of their detrimental effect on fellowship. See Matthew 18:15-17 for example. On the other hand, heresy or idolatry are serious conditions that result from the kind of rhetoric you are involved in. I caution you to base your comments on reason and God’s word.

  • Autrey Windle

    Is 6Proverbs16 the head of Trolls For Soros or is that the other wolf in sheep’s wording that keeps ranting on the Stream?

    • Reasonable?

      We know, we know, we know, you’re in it for the water sports only.

      • Wayne Cook

        We know you’re working for Soros. Folks, note the troll

        • Reasonable?

          Nope, not sorry Wayne, you and George are one and the same.

  • fedupwiththisc**p

    Anyone who listens to Soros and/or accepts his money is putting their faith in serious jeopardy. If Christians are to be recognized by their works, those who do evil knowingly are as phony as Ovomit. The Bible gives wise counsel and nowhere does it say that it’s okay to accept bribes from SatanSoros.

    • Reasonable?

      Your words have shown you to be KKKristian in name only.

      • Wayne Cook

        Troll again. Yawn…

    • Ester Schenk

      I agree with you. No true Evangelicals or Catholics would be on the side of George Soros.

  • Char B

    This is revealing, thank you

  • Reasonable?

    Kelly Monroe Kullberg proudly proclaiming she’s KKKristian in name only as well as her white woman privilege and entitlement.

    • Wayne Cook

      Ahhhh…a troll…not worth the listen.

      • Reasonable?

        That’s mighty white of you Wayne!

  • Jim Walker

    Please don’t feed the trolls (aka 6Proverbs16, Reasonable?), they will change from Gremlins to MoGwai.

  • Just shared this to Facebook. Get ready for a flood of left-idiocy.

  • Nacho

    If this dikbag ever gets the firing squad, please contact me.

  • PJ Barriman

    Soros and Trump are close friends

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