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I was the subject of a nasty story in the latest edition of National Review. And I felt it necessary to respond.
It should be noted that National Review has a history of publishing hateful attacks on President Trump and his supporters written by woke evangelical Christians.
Their latest hit piece targeted the Conservative Baptist Network, a group of Christians alarmed at the leftward drift of the Southern Baptist Convention. Our friends at Capstone Report wrote a terrific analysis. Click here to read.
They called Dr. Al Mohler of Southern Seminary a publicity hog and born again Trumpist. And he called me a low-level talk radio carnival barker.
The author of the National Review story was especially upset because I explained in rather simple terms what the fight in the Southern Baptist Convention was really all about.
It was a fight to save the nation’s largest denomination from a radical group of Never Trumpers and woke critical race theorists. I stand by my assertion.
What I find most peculiar is why National Review would be so bothered by the opinion of someone they consider to be a low-level carnival barker.
The truth is that the staff of National Review is an embarrassment to the conservative movement and specifically to the magazine’s founder – the late William F. Buckley, Jr.
Their Trump Derangement Syndrome has sullied the reputation of a once-great periodical once known for conservative commentary.
The truth is that the mean-spirited rantings of a morally and financially bankrupt, Never-Trump news magazine is of no consequence to me, nor should it be to any Bible-believing, flag-waving patriot.