Amnesty plot to collapse border being backed by religious organizations
The revelation that South Texas Church groups are transporting countless illegals into the United States before letting them go “wherever they want to go,” illustrates how establishment religious organizations are working to exacerbate the immigrant invasion of America.
As Infowars exclusively reported yesterday, non-profit groups and churches are chauffeuring illegal immigrants from a bus station in McAllen, Texas before giving them temporary shelter and later releasing them onto the streets.
Infowars reporters witnessed children and their mothers, primarily consisting of illegals from Guatemala, being picked up throughout the day by vans marked TFC (the Family Church), before being driven to nearby facilities.
An employee of the organization admitted to Infowars that once the illegals are taken into temporary care, where they enjoy hot showers, food and a place to sleep, they are subsequently released and allowed to go “wherever they want to go.”
The issue is also dovetailed by a long history of church groups, particularly the Catholic Church, supporting full amnesty for illegal immigrants.
- In 2010, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops announced their support for full amnesty, despite polls which show that roughly two thirds of Catholics in the United States would prefer immigration laws to be properly enforced.
- In 2012 Pope Benedict XVI urged the Catholic community in the United States to “welcome waves of new immigrants, to provide them with pastoral care and charitable assistance, and to support ways of regularizing their situation.” Pope Francis has also indicated his support for illegal immigration to be embraced.
- In 2013, the Catholic Church announced a huge effort to pressure the U.S. Congress into passing immigration reform, a reflection of the fact that Hispanics now make up the the largest single demographic group in the Catholic Church.
A list of advocacy organizations that support illegal immigration also illustrates how numerous different major church groups have thrown their weight behind the amnesty cause, including Assemblies of God, Brethren In Christ Church, Christian Reformed Church in N. America, Church of the Nazarene, Episcopal Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), Missionary Church, the National Council of Churches, the Presbyterian Church, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, and the United Methodist Church.
The notion that illegal immigrants are not law breakers but “war refugees” in desperate need of help has also been promoted by the likes of NPR, who utilize slick media talking points to cast illegals in the role of victims.
With illegal immigrants being eight times more likely to vote for Democrats than Republicans, the push for total amnesty undeniably represents an effort by the Obama administration to create a huge voting block that threatens to turn traditionally red states like Texas blue.