Church World Service and HIAS Join CAIR to Protest at White House


Christians and Jews joined together in a show of solidarity against President Donald Trump, gathering outside the White House to say: We want more Muslim migrants.

The protesters gathered at Lafayette Park, located just by the White House.

The rally was conducted on the one-year anniversary of Trump’s executive order that temporarily stopped those from certain terror-tied Muslim nations from coming to America.

Refugee Resettlement Watch has more:

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We told you here that three US federal (taxpayer funded!) resettlement contractors were helping to organize a protest against the President’s so-called Muslim ban yesterday.

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service activists were likely lurking, but Church World Service and the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) were front and center of the small gathering.

Breitbart’s Penny Starr reported the news. …

Protesters gathered at Lafayette Park outside the White House on Saturday to slam President Donald Trump on the one-year anniversary of an executive order he issued to protect Americans from immigrants and refugees coming from terror-ridden countries with little or no vetting.

CAIR spokesman calls Trump Admin. white supremacists as all the white folk gathered around.

Robert McCaw, CAIR Government Affairs Manager

“We strongly condemn, like you, the racist and white supremacist beliefs reflected in President Trump’s remarks, actions and programs by this Muslim ban, the cancelling of DACA, the labeling of Black Lives Matter as identity extremists — a false designation,” Robert McCaw, director of Government Affairs Department of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), said at the protest.

Church World Service is 71% federally funded (by my most recent accounting, here). Its CEO makes a quarter of a million annually.

What an insult that we fund them millions of our dollars every year for decades!

If you belong to any of these churches (below) know that Church World Service was representing you outside the White House yesterday.
They also hold the annual “Crop Walk,” so if you disagree with their political tactics you need to start speaking up!

  • Member Communions
    African Methodist Episcopal Church
    African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
    Alliance of Baptists
    American Baptist Churches USA
    Armenian Church of America (including Diocese of California)
    Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
    Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
    Church of the Brethren
    Community of Christ
    The Coptic Orthodox Church in North America
    Ecumenical Catholic Communion
    The Episcopal Church
    Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
    Friends United Meeting
    Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
    Hungarian Reformed Church in America
    International Council of Community Churches
    Korean Presbyterian Church in America
    Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church
    Mar Thoma Church
    Moravian Church in America
    National Baptist Convention of America
    National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc.
    National Missionary Baptist Convention of America
    Orthodox Church in America
    Patriarchal Parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church in the U.S.A.
    Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
    Polish National Catholic Church of America
    Presbyterian Church (USA)
    Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc.
    Reformed Church in America
    Serbian Orthodox Church in the U.S.A. and Canada
    The Swedenborgian Church
    Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch
    Ukrainian Orthodox Church in America
    United Church of Christ
    The United Methodist Church

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