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    World Relief and ‘Evangelical’ Group Send Misleading Letters to 15 Governors

    12/14/2019 ~ Ann Corcoran

    Sometimes ‘Christians’ don’t tell the whole truth!

    Yesterday I reported on the Religious Left’s ongoing campaign to pressure governors to oppose the President on one of the President’s most important 2016 campaign promises—to reduce the flow of ‘refugees’ from around the globe to your towns.

    The Christian Post alerted us to a series of letters to governors of 15 states in which one of the nine federal resettlement contractors***, World Relief, teamed up with a Far Left religious extremist activist group connected to George Soros—the Evangelical Immigration Table. See also here.

    Scott Arbeiter is the President of World Relief which received $43 million in federal grants and contracts in 2018.

    67% of its entire budget is taxpayer funded.

    You can find the letters here, see if your governor got one, but even more importantly see if you can identify those who signed the deceptive letter in your state!

    The Tennessee-based noted a common talking point (found in the boiler-plate letters) that the contractors and their friends often cite—they claim no refugee has killed an American in an act of terrorism (on our soil). LOL! See how they use weasel words!

    In 2010 a Somali refugee was arrested (he got 30 years) for planning to bomb the Portland, OR Christmas tree lighting ceremony.

    Well, they sure as hell tried!

    What they don’t tell you is that many were apprehended before they accomplished the deed, others tried and failed, and many others committed some heinous crimes.

    (I just checked my crimes category and see that I have over 2,000 posts about refugee crimes archived here.)

    What do these three featured by the have in common?

    Yup! Refugees who killed people on American soil.

    This is what said about them and the so-called Tennessee evangelicals:

    Religious moralizing by Tennessee evangelicals doesn’t cut it either.

    In a cleverly worded letter to Governor Lee they state that “since the Refugee Act of 1980, no refugee resettled to the U.S. has taken a single American life in an act of terrorism.”

    According to these compassionate Christians, it’s not good enough that the victim(s) attacked is severely injured; they have to actually die and it has to be labeled “terrorism” for it to matter.

    Two years ago, Sudanese refugee Emanuel Samson, shot up a church in Nashville, killing Melanie Crow and injuring seven other worshippers.

    In 2011, Omar Mohamed Kalmio, a Minnesota Somali refugee, murdered 4 people in North Dakota. This was after he and a group of Somali men had knife attacked a man in Minneapolis five years earlier.

    In 2008 Esar Met, a Burmese Muslim refugee raped and murdered a young Burmese
    Christian refugee girl in Salt Lake City.Much more here.

    And here is the letter that World Relief (Form 990 here) and the ‘Evangelical’ Immigration Table sent to Republican Governor Lee. Be sure to find your state letter here. Find out who in your state is working to change America by changing the people.

    ***For new readers these (below) are the nine federally-funded refugee contractors that monopolize all refugee placement in America. For decades they have decided in secrecy where to place refugees and they don’t want to lose that power because even as they pontificate about their religious convictions and humanitarian zeal, they are Leftwing political groups working to change America by changing the people and using your money to do it!

    Here (below) are the over 600 who signed the Tennessee letter to Republican Governor Lee.

    True evangelicals will quickly notice that large numbers of those who signed are not evangelicals.
    I’m wondering if you Tennesseans know these political activists who are asking your Republican governor to oppose President Trump. I’m betting that these are all hardcore Democrats, so why would a Republican governor listen to them?

    Let me know if you see any on this list who are fans of the President and America First. And, is your church listed?

    James Allman, Pastor, Christ City Church, Memphis
    Rev. Andrew Arp, Pastor, Church of the Nazarene, Nashville
    Rev. Jeremiah Bauer, Pastor, Gateway Community Church, Franklin
    Andrew Beach, Pastor, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Elijah Berry, Pastor, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Rev. Barrett Bowden, Senior Pastor, Island Community Church, Memphis
    Danny Bryant, Senior Pastor, St. Mary of Bethany Parish, Nashville
    Jamin Carter, Pastor, Christ City Church, Memphis
    Jathaniel Cavitt, Senior Pastor, Colonial Park UMC, Memphis
    Ali Chambers, Senior Pastor, Mosaic Church, Memphis
    JP Conway, Senior Pastor, Acklen Avenue Church of Christ, Nashville
    Rev. Keri Cress, Pastor, Hillcrest United Methodist Church, Nashville
    Daryl Crouch, Senior Pastor, Green Hill Church, Mount Juliet
    Daniel Darling, Pastor, Green Hill Church, Hermitage
    Bailee Davis, Pastor, Church of the Nazarene, McMinnville
    Marty Duren, Pastor, Green Hill Church, Hermitage
    Rev. Chris Eaves, Senior Pastor, Heartsong United Methodist Church, Cordova
    Shane England, Senior Pastor, Resonate Church, Nashville
    Dr. Brian Fikkert, Senior Pastor, Chattanooga
    Heather Fisher, Children’s Pastor, Renewal Church, Cordova
    Rev. Betsy Flory, United Church of Christ, Knoxville
    Rev. Caleb Frazier, Senior Pastor, United Methodist, Jonesborough
    Micah Fries, Senior Pastor, Brainerd Baptist Church, Chattanooga
    Thomas Fuerst, Senior Pastor, Bluff City Church, Memphis
    Wes Gristy, Rector, Senior Pastor, All Saints Anglican Church, Jackson
    Drew Haltom, Executive Pastor, Christ City Church, Memphis
    Gus Hernandez Jr., Pastor, Long Hollow Baptist Church, Gallatin
    Rev. Travis Hines, Pastor, St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Nashville
    Cole Huffman, Senior Pastor, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Greg Jackson, Senior Pastor, The Table Church Memphis, Memphis
    Jason Jones, Senior Pastor, Bartlett UMC, Bartlett
    Andrew Keasling, Executive Pastor, Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church, Knoxville
    Aaron Kennedy, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Jackson
    Josh Kilbourne, Senior Pastor, Signal Crest United Methodist Church, Signal Mountain
    Ryan Linkous, Senior Pastor, Dalewood Baptist Church, Nashville
    Rev. Joseph Maloney, Belmont Church, Nashville
    Rev. Amanda Marshall, Pastor, Church of the Nazarene, Nashville
    Justin McCain, Pastor, Grace Evangelical Church, Germantown
    Brian McCurry, Pastor, Fellowship Memphis, Germantown
    Rev. Matthew Miller, Senior Pastor, Woodland Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Timothy Mindemann, Senior Pastor, Memorial Presbyterian Church, Elizabethton
    Thi Mitsamphanh, Pastor, Lifepoint Church, Murfreesboro
    Barry M Morris, Senior Pastor, Christ Community SBC, Memphis
    Ken Morris, Pastor, Church of the City, Franklin
    Rev. Stephen Morrison, Senior Pastor, Church of the Nazarene, Cookeville
    Nathan Parker, Senior Pastor, Woodmont Baptist Church, Nashville
    Douglas Renfro, Pastor, First Baptist Church of Jackson
    Richard Rieves, Senior Pastor, Downtown Church, Memphis
    George Robertson, Senior Pastor, Second Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Josh Ross, Senior Pastor, Sycamore View Church, Memphis
    Nathan Sawyer, Pastor, Memphis
    Justin Sembler, Senior Pastor, All Saints Presbyterian, Memphis
    Fred Shackelford IV, Senior Pastor, Ellendale Baptist Church, Bartlett
    Caleb Sigler, Pastor, Mosaic Church, Memphis
    Rev. Shelby Slowey, Pastor, Brentwood UMC, Brentwood
    Abraham Song, Senior Pastor, Germantown Korean Baptist Church, Memphis
    Steven Spears, Senior Pastor, New Covenant Church of God, Cleveland
    Mason Tanner, Pastor, Cross Point Church, Nashville
    Ben Taylor, Pastor, Bellevue Baptist Church, Memphis
    Dr. Kennon Vaughan, Senior Pastor, Harvest Church, Germantown
    Justin Wainscott, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church, Jackson
    Ronda Waters, Pastor, New Song Nashville, Franklin
    Micah Whitaker, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Jackson
    Rev. Sammy Wood, Senior Pastor, St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Nashville
    Jeremy Wright, Senior Pastor, Redeemer Baptist Fellowship, Memphis
    Zachary Young, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Jackson
    Laura Adkins, Director of Worship and Young Adults, Grace Church of the Nazarene,
    Maria Aguiar, Incarceration Catholic Church, Collierville
    Andrew Allen, Missionary, The Church at Woodbine, Brentwood
    Arthur Alligood, Springfield
    Michelle Allmon, First Baptist Alcoa, Alcoa
    Grace Alms, New City Fellowship, Chattanooga
    Rachel Alms, Crosspoint Church, Dickson
    Ashley Anderson, Maryville
    Rachel Anderson, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Patrick Andrews, Christ Presbyterian Church, Nashville
    Laura Andrews, Nashville
    Jordan Arellano, Global Missions Committee Member, Christ City Church, Memphis
    Scott Arnwine, Memphis
    Sydney Ashby, All Saints Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Leah Augustine, Nazarene, Ashland City
    Emily Ausmus, Johnson City
    Joel Avila, Church of the Redeemer, Franklin
    Jessica Bailey, Chattanooga
    Thomas Bailey, Minister, Nashville
    Kori Bailey, Brentwood
    Andrew Baker, Nashville
    David Ball, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Andrea Bangean, Gallatin
    Janna Barber, Christian, Knoxville
    Liz Barnard, Groups Director, Cross Point Church, Nashville
    Christina Barnes, Guest Experience Director, Cross Point Church, Nashville
    Jenny Barrett, Sycamore View Church of Christ, Memphis
    Corbin Barron, Ethos, Nashville
    Lina Bates, Hope Church, Collierville
    Ashley Bauer, Gateway Community Church, Franklin
    Cassidy Beam, Forest Hills Baptist Church, Franklin
    Abby Bell Harville, Church of Christ, LaVergne
    Kelsey Berry, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Dylan Bhakta, Memphis
    Ashley Black, Resurrection Church, Chattanooga
    Will Blanchard, Memphis
    Tess Blaugrund, Bellevue Baptist, Memphis
    Brittany Boeninghaus, Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Gallatin
    Rachael Boer, First Evangelical Church Memphis, Germantown
    Katelyn Bolinsky, Student, Calvary Baptist Church, Knoxville
    Janean Bollinger, Antioch
    Chalise Bondurant, First Evangelical Church Memphis, Bartlett
    Bethany Bordeaux, St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Nashville
    Tika Bordelon, Please Select, Seattle
    Meredith Boulden, Be the Bridge to Racial Unity, Memphis
    Christina Bouler, Welcome House Knoxville, Knoxville
    Michelle Bowden, Island Community Church, Memphis
    John Mark Bowers, New City Fellowship, Chattanooga
    Hannah Brandon, Maryville
    Bethany Brashier, Cordova
    Lauren Brewer, ICC, Memphis
    Amy Briwn, New City East Lake, East Ridge
    Richard Broadhurst, Siloam Family Health Center, Nashville
    Barbara Brock, St Barnabas, Jefferson City
    Travis Brooker, Woodmont Baptist, Nashville
    Sarah Brown, Clarksville
    Emily Brown, Redeemer Baptist Fellowship, Memphis
    Bailey Brown, TrekX, Antioch
    David Brumfield, Collierville
    Justine Brunett, Unashamed Church Memphis, Memphis
    Tiffany Bukowski, Memphis
    Alicia Bunch, Nashville
    Evan Burcham, SBC, Columbia
    Elliott Burgess, World Relief/Connect Language Center, Savannah
    David Burgess, Gracepoint Church, Savannah
    Tenika Burgess, River Community Church, Cookeville
    Kathy Byrd, Highpoint, Bartlett
    Russell Byrd, Bartlett
    Kathleen Caldwell, I attend Springhouse Worship and Arts Center, Smyrna
    Alayna Cameron, Mosaic Church Memphis, Memphis
    Lee Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics, Lipscomb University, Nashville
    Noel Campagna, Franklin
    Jennifer Campbell, All Saints Presbyterian, Memphis
    Erin Campbell, Powell
    Olivia Cantrell, Second Pres, Memphis
    Katelyn Carlson, New City East Lake, Chattanooga
    Patrick Carmichael, Board Member, Welcome House Knoxville
    Lisa Carner, Germantown
    Jan Carrier, First Evangelical Church Memphis, Cordova
    Tiffany Carter, Germantown
    Connie Cavett, Chattanooga
    Lori Chaffer, St Mary of Bethany, Nashville
    Ashley Chambless, Trinity Church Spring Hill, Spring Hill
    Amy Chandler, Englewood Baptist Church, Medina
    Sarah Chandler, Journey Church, Nashville
    Rutherford Charlot, Saint Albans
    Rebecca Cherman, Nashville
    Alex Chinn, Second Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Zack Church, Nazarene, Nashville
    Dalton Church, Nashville
    Treble Cierpke, Hermitage
    Kathryn Clancy, Woodland Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Dr. Anderson Clark, Hermitage
    Morgan Clouse, Church at 8th Avenue South, Nashville
    Kelly Coblentz, Ekklesia, Soddy Daisy
    Susan Coker, Baptist, Nolensville
    Mollie Comer, Jacks Creek Church of Christ, Henderson
    Kim Cook, Co-Founder, Bridgetown Ventures, Memphis
    Ashton Cope, Harvest Church, Memphis
    Andy Cornett, Signal Mountain
    Analise Cox, Ministerial Assistant, Bellevue Baptist Church, Cordova
    Maria Cox, Preschool Coordinator, First Evangelical Church, Germantown
    Sarah Beth Crabtree, Wallace Memorial Baptist Church, Knoxville
    Susan Crawford, Christ for the Nations, Antioch
    Kennedy Crider, Nashville
    Adney Cross, Knoxville
    Christina Crutchfield, Young Adults/ Singles Coordinator, Mosaic Church Memphis
    Brookelyn Culley, Memphis
    Richard Dalton, Education Director, World Relief, Memphis
    Hope Dalton, Memphis
    Dawn Dalton, First Evangelical Church, Cordova
    Katelyn Dalton, First Evangelical Church, Collierville
    Demarious Danovi, Bartlett
    Joy Davidson Young, Chattanooga
    Megan Davis, Nashville
    Rachel Davis, First Presbyterian Church of Nashville, Nashville
    Bailee Davis, Nazarene Church, McMinnville
    Mary Kathryn Davis, Second Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Jennifer Davis, International Operations Ministries, Knoxville
    John Dawidow, World Relief, Memphis
    Alix de Witt, Downtown Church, Memphis
    Taylor Debbie, Church if the Redeemer, Nashville
    Dustin Desheles, Siloam Health, Nashville
    Chris Devine, Second Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Emily DeVore, Nazarene, Madison
    Morgan Dewbre, The Mission Chattanooga, Chattanooga
    Jennifer Dickson, Christian Church, Memphis
    Sarah Dingus, Johnson City
    Patrick Donahue, Providence Reformed Presbyterian, Bartlett
    Madeline Dormois, First Evan, Memphis
    Nancy Dunn, Central Baptist Bearden, Knoxville
    Abigail Duren, Nashville
    Sonya Duren, Green Hill Church, Hermitage
    Sami Durham, Nashville
    Aaron Earls, Murfreesboro
    Joy Eastridge, RN Parish Nurse, First Broad Street United Methodist Church, Kingsport
    Melanie Eby, Mennonite Central Committee, Nashville
    Stephanie Edwards, First Baptist Church Lawrenceburg
    Shelley Ellis, PCA, Brentwood
    Loye Ellsworth, Church, Memphis
    Cynthia Eschbach, Evangel Church, Memphis
    Kari Essenpreis, Redeemer Church Hendersonville
    Anna Evans, Memphis
    Brandon Ezell, Memphis
    Kellen Farmer, All Saints Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Annalyse Faulk, Christ City Church, Memphis
    Susan Fendley, Central Baptist Church, Bearden, Knoxville
    Darlene Ferrell, Brighton
    Kate Ferrell, Siloam Health, Nashville
    Sydney Ferrell, Volunteer Coordinator, Cross Point Church, Nashville
    Jill Fikkert, Director of Nursing, New City Fellowship, PCA, Chattanooga
    Anna Fikkert, Chattanooga
    Rachel Finkenstaedt, Harvest Church, Memphis
    William Fite, Eastside Community Church, Germantown
    Liz Forb, Memphis
    Bailee Ford, Crosspoint, Nashville
    Kelly Ford, Memphis
    Ernie Ford, South Harriman Baptist Church, Harriman
    Sarah Michelle Forlines, Memphis
    Nancy Foster, Second Presbyterian, Memphis
    Barbara Fox, Gallatin
    James Franks, Freed-Hardeman University, Savannah
    Vicki Frazier, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Emily Frazier, Fellowship Memphis
    Laura Frederick, Lookout Mtn Presbyterian
    Victoria Fuentes, World Relief Memphis
    Lynette Fullner, Renewal Memphis, Bartlett
    Kara Gahagen, City Church, Chattanooga
    Seleena Gaither, Memphis
    Sarah Galbreath, Cookeville
    Ashley Gallion, Island Community Church, Memphis
    Chad Garber, Jonesborough
    Katherine Gaushell, Highpoint Church, Germantown
    Charles Gaushell, Germantown
    Mary-Katherine Gaushell, Germantown
    Almaz Gemechu, Director, Refugee/International Ministry, Cedar Springs Presbyterian
    Church, Knoxville
    Lori Giblin, Missions Team Member, Redeemer Church, Old Hickory
    Bailey Gilbert, Operations Manager, World Relief Memphis
    Luanne Gillock, Memphis
    RR Girdler, Jr, Forest Hills Baptist Church, Franklin
    Emily Gnetz, Immanuel Baptist Church, Nashville
    Nina Goad, Nashville
    Sarah Gong, Christ Community Church, Memphis
    Sierra Gonzalez, Otter Creek Church of Christ, Nashville
    Mallory Gordon, Wallace Memorial Baptist Church, Knoxville
    Annie Gorman, Cordova
    Mitch Goskie, Elder, Midtown Fellowship, Nashville
    Rachel Green, Cornerstone Baptist Church, Cordova
    Anastasia Green, World Relief Memphis, Memphis
    Susan Greenhut, Midtown Fellowship, Nashville
    Larissa Gregory, Renewal Church, Memphis
    Kendall Griffin, Su Casa Family Ministries, Memphis
    Mary Grimm, Christ Presbyterian/Nashville Neighbors Siloam Health, Nashville
    Kayla Grimmett, Fellowship, Memphis
    Josie Grooms, Memphis Teacher Residency, Memphis
    Casey Grooms, Mosaic Church – Memphis
    Catherine Gross, World Relief Memphis
    Andy Gross, World Relief Memphis
    Laura Guthrie, Concord West Hills, Knoxville
    Tim Haley, The Mission Chattanooga, Chattanooga
    Camille Hallstrom, Professor, Chattanooga
    Laura Haltom, Christ City Church, Memphis
    Taylor Hamblin, Island Community Church, Memphis
    Isabel Hampton, Chattanooga
    Ben Hancock, Christ City Church, Memphis
    John Haney, Hermitage
    Jennifer Hanks, Cordova
    Leslie Hanson, Kids Director, Cross Point Church, Nashville
    Whitney Hardy, Bartlett
    Julia Harkins, Second Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Penny Harrington, Cathedral of the Incarnation, Nashville
    Chris Harris, Bartlett
    Katherine Harwell, Second Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Marialice Hatch, Chattanooga
    Rachel Hatfield, World Relief, Memphis
    Mary Hawkins, World Relief, Memphis
    Allie Haynes, Second Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Mary Elizabeth Haynes, North Shore Fellowship (PCA), Chattanooga
    Keith Hays, Church of the City, Franklin
    David Heller, Franklin
    Dewey Hemphill, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Victoria Henderson, Springfield
    Haley Henderson, Island Community Church, Brighton
    Selah Hendrickson, Smyrna
    Sandi Henry, First United Methodist, Oak Ridge
    Lindsay Herrera, Su Casas, Memphis
    Wendy Hesselman, Experience Community Church, Murfreesboro
    Jean Hewitt, Germantown
    Lauren Higdon, Memphis
    Stephens Hiland, Trevecca Nazarene University, Nashville
    Alyssa Hillard, Pleasant Grove at College Street, Maryville
    Erin Hillis, Memphis
    Angela Hodges, Pleasant Grove at College Street, Maryville
    Casey Hodges, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, Maryville
    Robin Hoffecker, Chattanooga
    Kimberly Hoffman, Renewal Memphis, Memphis
    Joyce Hoffman, Christ Community Church, Memphis
    Robert Holder, Missional Community Leader, Resonate Church Nashville, Madison
    Christie Holmes, Nashville
    Cindy Hood, Director, Welcome House Knoxville, Knoxville
    Janet Hood, First Baptist Concord, Lenoir City
    Candace Hovater, Blount Community Church, Alcoa
    Drew Howerton, Nashville
    Josh Hudson, College Director, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Katy Hutson, ACNA, Nashville
    Jonathan Ingraham, Director, Chattanooga Fellows Program, Chattanooga
    Susan Ishikawa, M.D., World Relief Memphis, Cordova
    Rebecca Jarvis, Memphis
    Elizabeth Jarvis, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Cayce Jeanes, Mosaic Church, Memphis
    Michael Jenkins, Memphis
    Leesa Jensen, Memphis
    Jarrell Johnson, Island Community Church, Memphis
    Lynne Johnson, Voter, Johnson City
    Hannah Jones, Collierville
    Kacie Jones, Brinkley Heights Baptist Church, Memphis
    John Jordan, Cornerstone Church of Knoxville, Lenoir City
    Bennett Judkins, United Methodist Church, Cleveland
    Katherine Kamin, Redeemer, Nashville
    Molly Kanter, Media Production Specialist, Hope Church, Memphis
    Lynn Keller, Renewal Memphis, Memphis
    Ginger Kelley, Memphis
    Sarah Kennedy, Maryville
    Elizabeth Killins, Emerging Leader Women’s Director, Downline Ministries, Memphis
    Erin Kim, Connect Language Center, Memphis
    Emily Kirk, Rolling Hills Community Church, Franklin
    Amy Klinefelter, Brentwood
    Grace Knight, Second Presbyterian and World Relief Memphis, Memphis
    Shannon Kozee, Franklin
    Jade Kravat, Trevecca Community Church, Nashville
    Cassandra Kruse, Murfreesboro
    Carmen LaBerge,, Kingston Springs
    Al Landers, Lakeland
    Ann Lankford, Memphis
    Brian P Larsen Wells, Priest, All Saints Anglican Church, Jackson
    Matt Lattner, Fellowship Memphis, Memphis
    Britton Laughlin, Memphis
    Rebecca Lavender, Woodmont Hills Church, Brentwood
    Sister Mary Lechner, Sisters of Providence, St.Mary of the Woods, Chattanooga
    Cute Lee, First International baptist Church, Memphis
    Josiah Lee, Chattanooga
    Kenneth Litscher, Medina
    April Lloyd, First Christian, Dyersburg
    Jason Lloyd, First Christian Church, Dyersburg
    Savannah Locke, Nashville
    Olivia Logan, St. Patrick’s Presbyterian, Memphis
    Brooks Lokey, Ethos Church, Nashville
    Justin Lonas, East Ridge Presbyterian Church, Chattanooga
    Dana Long, Harvest, Collierville
    Amanda Long, Long Hollow Baptist Church, Goodlettsville
    Sarah Longserre, Harvest Church, Cordova
    Lindsay Loper, The Chapel Cleveland, Chattanooga
    Brian Lord, Franklin
    Laura Love, Cordova
    Kris Love, Columbia
    Jenny Loving, Hope Fellowship, Smyrna
    Charlie Lowell, Journey Franklin, Franklin
    Kaitlyn Luce, Midtown Fellowship, Nashville
    Leah Luttrell, Christ Community Church, Memphis
    Betsy Lyons, The Church at Station Hill, Columbia
    Jonathan Mace, Christ City, Memphis
    Alexa MacKay, Antioch
    David Madogo, Church Leader, Christ Community, Memphis
    Basuze Madogo, Christ Community Church, Memphis
    Kimberly Madsen-Thomas, Refuge Church Lakeland, Bartlett
    Jared Malament, Sexton, St. John’s Anglican Church, Franklin
    Jesse Malott, Chair of Behavioral Health, Christ Community Health Services, Memphis
    Adrianna Manaugh, Smryna
    Katie Mann, Immanuel Nashville
    Whitney Marbry, Lone Oak Baptist Church, Clarksville
    Mikenn Marin, Fellowship Memphis, Collierville
    Christopher Marino, First Evangelical Church Memphis
    Damaris Marino, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Kris Marlowe, Hixson
    Jennifer Marshall, Memphis
    Laurel Martens, Memphis
    Stacie Martin, Elder, Christ City Church, Memphis
    Darlene May, Eastside Community Church, Memphis
    Katherine May, Island Community Church, Atoka
    Lindy May, Island Community Church, Memphis
    Matthew Mays, Bartlett Baptist, Memphis
    Katherine McCall, Church of the Nazarene, Nashville
    Kelsey McCammon, Hope Fellowship, Knoxville
    Mark McCaw, Christian, Nashville
    Kristy McClanahan, Murfreesboro
    Colleen McGarry, Cornerstone Presbyterian Church in Franklin, Nashville
    Amanda McGimsey, Wallace Memorial Baptist Church, Knoxville
    Maureen McGuirt, Second Presbyterian, Memphis
    Don McMinn, Ellendale Baptist, Memphis
    Mary Ann Meiners, The Church of Grace Village, Nashville
    Vaughan Meiss, Programs Specialist, World Relief Memphis
    Mathilde Mellon, Founder and CEO, Mulier Care, Nashville
    Audrey Menard, Mission Chattanooga, Chattanooga
    Karson Merkel, Harvest Church of Memphis, Memphis
    Christina Meyer, Catholic, Salina
    Michelle Miller, Fellowship Memphis, Memphis
    Brandy Miller, Woodland Presbyterian, Memphis
    Drew Miller, Worship & Administrative Director, St. Mary of Bethany Parish, Nashville
    Maeven Miller, City Church of East Nashville, Nashville
    Chelsea Mills, Second Presbyterian Church, Memphis
    Elizabeth Mindemann, Memorial Presbyterian Church, Elizabethton
    Stu Minshew, River City Church, East Ridge
    Sharmarke Mohamed, Columbus
    Lily Moll, Trevecca Nazarene University, Hendersonville
    Karen Monahan, Chattanooga Valley Presbyterian Church
    Mariah Monk, Trevecca Community Church, Nashville
    Stephanie Moore, First Evangelical Church – Memphis, Cordova
    PJ Moore, Director, World Relief Memphis, Memphis
    Hayley Moore, Memphis
    Heather Morozov, Midtown Fellowship, Nashville
    Hannah Morris, Franklin
    Alphonse Muhubiri, Memphis
    Chelsea Murphy, Wallace Memorial Baptist Church, Knoxville
    Constance Myers, Pleasant Grove at College Street, Maryville
    Rachael Nakano, Second Presbyterian, Memphis
    Becky Neal, Cookeville
    Laura Neal, Second Presbyterian Church, Collierville
    Nancy Neal, Second Presbyterian Church, Collierville
    Aubrey Neely, Christ Community Church, Memphis
    John Nelson, Christ Community House Church, Memphis
    Amy Nelson, Christ Community, Memphis
    Wendy Lee Nentwig, The Village Chapel, Nashville
    Charlie Newman, Retired Pastor, Belmont Church, Nashville
    Katelyn Newsome, Sports Ministries Director, Chattanooga Football Club Foundation
    Justin Nichols, Smyrna Hispanic SDA Church, Murfreesboro
    Steven Nikkel, New City Fellowship, Chattanooga
    Emily Noblett, Office Manager, Su Casa Family Ministries, Memphis
    Catherine Norman, Memphis
    Katie Novikoff, Memphis
    Emily O’Dell, Fellowship Memphis, Memphis
    Caroline O’Hare, Memphis
    Abbie Oates, Sojourn Community Church, Chattanooga
    Gabrielle Oechsle, Springhouse Worship and Arts Center, Smyrna
    Haydin Oechsle, Smyrna
    Kandis Oliver, Downtown Church, Memphis
    Tracey Oliver, Christ Community, Memphis
    Andrew Osenga, Integrity Music / The Pivot podcast, Nashville
    Melissa Owen, First Methodist Covington, Covington
    Marcus Owen, Fellowship Bible Church, Brentwood
    Kristin Paddon, Mount Juliet
    Rachel Page, Church of the Redeemer, Nashville
    Erin Palmer, Mount Juliet
    Georgia Pannell, Sycamore View Church of Christ, Bartlett
    Rebekah Park, Church, Memphis
    Laura Parkhill, Calvary Chapel Knoxville
    Abbye Pates, Bluff City Church, Memphis, Memphis
    Kate Patrick, First Evangelical Church, Memphis
    Rick Peck, Southwoods Baptist Church, Memphis
    James Pendleton, Director of Global Missions, First Evangelical Church, Germantown
    Vivian Penuel, Long Hollow Baptist Church, Hendersonville
    Emily Perez, Memphis
    Kim Perez, Christ Presbyterian Church, Nashville
    Pete Peterson, Executive Director, The Rabbit Room, Antioch
    Anne Marie Peterson, Grace Community Church, Antioch
    Ashley Pfeiffer, Pleasant Grove @ College St, Maryville
    Michael Phillips, Su Casa Family Ministries, Memphis
    Alana Phillips, Norwood UMC, Knoxville
    Emilie Pillow, Memphis
    Thomas Pillow, English Teacher, The Collegiate School of Memphis
    Karissa Pletta, Renewal Church, Memphis
    Christian Pletta, Renewal Church, Memphis
    Kimberly Poore, Wallace Memorial Baptist Church, Knoxville
    Stacy Preston, Director of All Saints Immigration Servicees, All Saints Anglican Church,
    Payton Price, Local Minister, Blackman Community Church, Nashville
    Staci Proctor, Kingston
    Donroy Providence, World Relief Memphis, Memphis
    Brittney Pruitt, Hope Church, Memphis
    Gabrielle Pryor, City Church of East Nashville, Nashville
    Ryan Pryor, City Church of East Nashville, Nashville
    Brian Pugh, InterVarsity Christian fellowship, Nashville
    Gianantonio Racchetti, Catania
    Patricia Ralston, Emeritus Professor, Covenant College, Chattanooga
    Gabrielle Rapp, Collierville
    Debbie Rexer, Covenant Presbyterian Church, Nashville
    Bethany Reynolds, Music Director, Telos at Southminster, Nashville
    Dr. Michael Rhodes, MCUTS, Union University, Memphis
    Cherita Rice, Chattanooga
    Jill Richards, Fellowship Church of Knoxville, Knoxville
    Amy Richardson, Siloam Health, Nashville
    Jessica Rider, Antioch
    Abigail Riley, Memphis
    Anna Lea Ritchie, Nashville
    Christian Rivera, Station Hill, Thompsons Station
    Esther Ro, Mosaic Church, Memphis
    Hayley Roberts, Campus Missionary, University Christian Mission, Chattanooga
    Rachel Rodriguez, Christ Community House Church, Memphis
    Dr. David Rogers, Unashamed Church Memphis, Memphis
    Alece Ronzino, Nashville
    Lilly Russell, Holy Communion Episcopal, Memphis
    Heidi Saballos, Chattanooga
    Christina Sadlow, Christ Presbyterian, Nashville
    David Sadlow, Christ Presbyterian Church, Nashville
    Tara Samples, Clinical Psychologist, Bartlett
    Amelia Samples, Sycamore View, Memphis
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    No Surprise! Minnesota Governor Tells President Trump: Send Us More Impoverished Africans!

    12/13/2019 ~ Ann Corcoran ~ 2 Comments
    Minnesota Governor Tim WalzWell, he didn’t say Africans, but that is pretty much what Minnesota gets these days!
    He also, ever so cutely, said “The Inn is Not Full in Minnesota.”
    I’ve been meaning to mention Minnesota ever since I saw a Star Tribune article that describes how the taxpayer funded resettlement contractors divvied up the state’s counties in order to put lobbying pressure on elected officials there.
    Because Minnesota is such a hot resettlement site, the state has ‘enjoyed’ the presence of a majority of the nine federal contractors.*** At one point only HIAS didn’t have an office there. The others were busy as one critic joked—“bidding for bodies” as the contractors are paid by you and me on a per head basis.
    According to the Minnesota Department of Human Services website at the present time, five subcontractors are placing refugees in the state:

    Here is the Star Tribune about how the five have divided the counties in the state to lobby for permission to place refugees. They claim they are aiming to convince 24 counties (of 87) to grant permission to be resettlement sites this next year, but I’m sure they are out scouting for any easy pickin’s among the remainder of counties.

    Local approval for refugee resettlement sparks heated debate in Minnesota counties

    Ben Walen, director of refugee services at the Minnesota Council of Churches, said it seemed like county governments were “being put in a political bind.” The council is one of the state’s five refugee resettlement organizations. Those agencies [funded with taxpayer dollars.—ed] are splitting up the work of soliciting letters of consent from about two dozen of Minnesota’s 87 counties that have a recent record of resettling refugees.

    I’m thinking putting county governments in a political bind is a good thing. Don’t want political binds, don’t run for political office!

    BTW, as of today, December 13th, the governor has apparently not sent in his formal letter to the US State Department. See those consents that have come in already, here.

    Post filed in ‘Where to find information.’

    ***For new readers these (below) are the nine federally-funded refugee contractors that monopolize all refugee placement in America. For decades they have decided in secrecy where to place refugees and they don’t want to lose that power because even as they pontificate about their religious convictions and humanitarian zeal, they are the religious Left’ political groups working to change America by changing the people and using your money to do it!

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    DEFUND these Churches and get them OUT of the human trafficking business lining their pockets with our tax dollars and destroying our communities across this great nation!

    Churches are a BIG money making business, they need to lose their tax-exempt status and we need to demand they start paying up taxes and get OUT of politics.


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    Memory Lane: Somali Refugee Planned to Bomb Oregon Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

    12/14/2019 ~ Ann Corcoran

    Editor: Sorry I have been remiss in getting things posted here at ‘Frauds and Crooks’ this last week, but the issue of the President’s initiative to slow the flow of refugees to America has really heated up and I’ve been buried under breaking news at Refugee Resettlement Watch.

    Thanks to all of you who have e-mailed with stories for ‘Frauds and Crooks’ that I’ve been forced to ignore for now (not enough hours in my day!). I’ll try to do better in the days ahead!

    I don’t know how many of you are interested in refugee issues, but there is no shortage of refugee criminals and terrorist wannabees that are ignored by the refugee industry working against the President.

    Because the FBI foiled a 2010 plot to bomb Portland’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony, these Americans enjoyed the festive event.One such story (completely swept under the rug) is from 2010.
    (Thank goodness RRW was recovered after the speech police got it removed from the internet so I can find the older stories like this one.)

    Speaking of that, go here to see that I was on a panel on big tech censorship in October to explain what happened to me.

    This morning the ‘Religious Left’ got me particularly fired up as they have written to 15 governors and imply refugees are pure as the driven snow—no crooks, no criminals, no murderers and no terrorists, they suggest with their cleverly-worded letter.

    See that post here.

    And, since it’s the Christmas season I thought readers might be interested in revisiting one of the terrorism stories the Leftwing ‘Christians’ clamoring for more Africans, Asians and Middle Easterners have carefully swept under the rug.

    From Oregon Live in 2010:

    FBI thwarts terrorist bombing attempt at Portland holiday tree lighting, authorities say

    The FBI thwarted an attempted terrorist bombing in Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square before the city’s annual tree-lighting Friday night, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Oregon.

    Mohamed Osman Mohamud is a refugee (you raised to adulthood with your tax dollars) who told an FBI undercover operative that it was a “sin” for him and his family to live in the US. So he figured he might blow up some Americans as a jihadist? Corvallis man, thinking he was going to ignite a bomb, drove a van to the corner of the square at Southwest Yamhill Street and Sixth Avenue and attempted to detonate it.

    However, the supposed explosive was a dummy that FBI operatives supplied to him.

    Mohamed Osman Mohamud,19, a Somali-born U.S. citizen, was arrested at 5:42 p.m., 18 minutes before the tree lighting was to occur, on an accusation of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. The felony charge carries a maximum sentence of life in prison and a $250,000 fine.

    The arrest was the culmination of a long-term undercover operation, during which Mohamud had been monitored for months as his alleged bomb plot developed.

    More here.

    See one of many posts on Mohamud at RRW. He was a refugee, but apparently for the Lefty Christians an attempt at an Islamic terrorist attack doesn’t count.

    KATE BROWN: 1ST OPENLY LGBT AMERICAN ELECTED GOVERNOR (OREGON), for a chuckle, see that Oregon’s Governor Kate Brown is planning to tell the President that Oregon will take more Somalis.

    She didn’t say Somalis, but she can’t choose which religious or ethnic groups Oregon taxpayers will ‘welcome.’

    She has not yet transmitted her official letter to the US State Department.

    See the official list out yesterday, here.



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    These refugees are MISERABLE where they come from.

    They are miserable here.

    We do not want their misery on our soil. Shut these programs down.

    Civilize them on their soil, THEN and only then, should they be invited to come here.

    They overbreed, trash our neighborhoods, bring more poverty, crime, costing us housing, welfare, food stamps, school, medical, anchor babies, court, jail, lawyers, and lawsuits while they commit crimes against us.



    We have enough poverty, ghettos, hate, gangs, murder, rape and violence.

    We do NOT need to import more of it.

    We have our own living off the backs of others TAKING their free stuff. Cut that off too!


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