On May 1, the Left’s favorite day of the year, the CBS News show, Sunday Morning, devoted a highly positive segment to a pro-life minister.
“What’s that?” you say. “Has the temperature in hell dropped 15 degrees? Centigrade?”
The segment was titled: “Christ or a Glock?” The Left is about as subtle as an electric cattle prod in the scrotum.
The man in question is an anti-gun minister.
Well, I guess he is a minister. He was introduced as “Reverend.” But we were never told what church he is a reverend in.
The segment emphasized that he is a converted Jew. In my experience, the leftist media do not do positive segments on Jews who become Christian ministers.
So, I looked him up. The Huffington Post tells us that “Schenck was raised in a culturally Jewish home.” I see. He was culturally Jewish. You know. As in “We don’t believe all that Torah stuff, but we occasionally attend a Reform synagogue on Yom Kippur.”
He runs something called Faith and Action. Its Alexa ranking is 5,086,319 internationally, and 733,780 in the United States. (Note: these numbers mean the site is invisible. GaryNorth.com, a subscription site, is ranked about 33,000 domestically. LewRockwell.com is ranked about 7,000.)
In short, he has no following. He has no influence. But he gets a segment on Sunday Morning. The producer wants the show’s mostly non-Christian liberal audience to think that “Christians are finally coming around to our way of thinking.” No, we aren’t.
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