Apparently not wanting the massive wave of illegal immigrant children to clog the resources of adoption agencies and the foster care system will earn a hit piece from Christianity Today. More interesting, this hit piece was written by the national coordinator of the Evangelical Immigration Table. The EIT is a Soros backed organization, a fact that his been widely known for nearly a decade.
This comes a DeSantis administration announcement from mid-December. According to the Tampa Bay Times:
in mid-December, DeSantis directed Florida child care regulators to stop issuing or renewing the licenses of facilities that contract with the federal government to house migrant children and teenagers who are waiting to be reunited with their families or vetted sponsors.
The order will not revoke existing licenses but will not allow Florida shelters to house more migrant children than they already do. The policy change could impact the resettlement of hundreds of migrant children in Florida, where, according to federal data, more than 11,000 unaccompanied minors were released to sponsors between October 2020 and September 2021.
Ron DeSantis believes that allowing Florida to participate in Biden’s open borders agenda will only encourage the behavior as well as drain the amount of homes available for Floridian children.
Christianity Today argues that this immigration policy is a violation of religious freedom because it impedes ministries who contract with the federal government.
In doing so, such Christian individuals and organizations are being faithful to the Biblical command to care for foreigners who reside among us (Lev. 19:34).
Pro-life Christians who believe that every human life is made in God’s image (Gen. 1:27)—and therefore possess inherent dignity and worth—have a clear direct scriptural directive to ensure that such children are protected from harm. Jesus reserved some of his harshest words of judgment for those who would cause children to stumble (Matt. 18:6).
In fact, is a very practical application of the Golden Rule to care for someone else’s child the way I would want a brother or sister in Christ to care for my child if he or she ended up stranded alone in a foreign country (Matt. 7:12).
That’s why Gov. DeSantis’s policy presents a startling threat to religious freedom.
The flagrant misuse of Scripture and the obvious co-opting of the abortion abolition movement to support open borders are the crux of the argument.
For starters, illegal immigrants are not sojourners; they are invaders. There is a difference. Moreover how does a Christian imagine sending their own child with a human trafficker to traverse harsh terrain with a high possibility of abuse. These parents are the ones with the millstones around their neck to use the Soros lackey’s own argument.
This is the type of drivel you get from Soros lackeys with leftwing faith based media outlets in their pockets.