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This is Proof That Obama Has a Heart for the Religiously Persecuted

Something has to be done about all the bad press that Obama receives. Anyone can tell that he’s doing a great job. All you got to do just listen to him, and you hear the voice of compassion and sincerity.

That’s why I’m so disturbed to hear biased reports like from Christian Freedom International:

“The United States must end its silence about and tolerance of the ongoing genocide against Christians in Iraq, Syria, Pakistan, and around the globe… Extensive and irrefutable evidence supports finding that the so-called Islamic State, and other Islamic terror groups such as Boko Haram and Al Qaeda, not only encourages, but requires the mistreatment of Christians, Yazidis and other vulnerable minorities.”

You can be sure that this is a biased source. How do I know this? Well I watch MSNBC and ABC, and these honest sources show that our President has a heart for all suffering. He would never allow this to happen.

Besides, he is appointing to his religious advisory committee people who have real compassion and understanding. Take Barbara Satin for example:

“Barbara Satin, a Twin Cities advocate on LGBTQ aging and faith issues, has been appointed by President Obama to serve on the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.”

What more qualified person could have been appointed as a faith-based advisor than Satin? What compassion she must be able to have for religious communities! Why don’t people see Obama’s compassion for the religious communities? I don’t get it.

Just look at his heart for immigrants:

Just this May, 1,037 more Syrian refugees were admitted to the U.S. Two were Christians. And of the 2,099 Syrians admitted so far this year, just six were Christians. Only 60 Christians have been admitted since 2011, accounting for a meager 1.3% of refugees, as opposed to 10% of the Syrian population.

You see, Obama is not biased against Christian refugees. Two were even admitted in May, 60 since 2011. They have no right to say that our President doesn’t have a heart from them. If he didn’t, MSNBC would have told us so. Students would have been demonstrating.

This is why I am so upset when they write garbage like this:

In August 2015… 28 Chaldean Christians had been sitting in a San Diego immigration detention facility while bureaucrats decided whether to let them seek asylum in America or be returned to Iraq. 27 of them were deported.

Obama would never have sent these poor refugees back to their deaths. I just know it in my heart. Besides, he is a Christian and there are just thousands of churches who would have been protesting if this really happened. After all, this is a Christian nation.

They even have the nerve to question his faith. But Obama quotes from the Bible, and it’s because of the Bible that he is forcing those discriminatory schools to allow transsexuals to use bathrooms and showers of their choice:

“In the end, then, what is called for is nothing more, and nothing less, than what all the world’s great religions demand – that we do unto others as we would have them do unto us. Let us be our brother’s keeper, Scripture tells us. Let us be our sister’s keeper. Let us find that common stake we all have in one another, and let our politics reflect that spirit as well.”

Would you believe that one conservative – it was probably FOX – twisted everything. He said that Obama was applying this principle in a biased way – that if society applied this principle in the way Obama did, we would also have to open the prison doors to all the prisoners. These conservatives just refuse to give Obama any credit at all. He obviously is a deeply pious man. After all, he quoted from the Bible, didn’t he?

You just can’t trust these alternative presses or what you read on the internet. But if we stick with the mainline news services, we can be assured of objective reporting. If anyone doesn’t see this, they are just biased, and I have no use for them at all!

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Daniel Mann

Daniel Mann has taught theology, Old Testament, and Apologetics at the New York School of the Bible for 24 years and has written several books, including Embracing the Darkness: How a Jewish, Sixties, Berkeley Radical Learned to Live with Depression, God’s Way. He is a contributing writer for the Christian Research Journal. Follow him: MannsWord.blogspot.com, or join his Facebook groups, Apologetics for Today, Seekers with Questions about Christianity, Christians with Vexing Issues Seeking Truth and Straight Talk.

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