The United Methodist Church is reportedly implementing a statewide plan to revamp Texas churches into “virtual mosques” catering to incoming Muslim migrants.
The UMC, which has been criticized for perceived liberal drift in its theology, is preparing its congregations for Catholic-style “sanctuary” protections for migrants, including those with terrorist ties, according to an insider.
This sanctuary church program is ostensibly in response to President-elect Donald Trump’s intention to defund sanctuary cities.
One member of the Bosqueville United Methodist Church, who spoke anonymously out of fear, said he learned about the “virtual mosque” program after an interim pastor began preaching Sufi Islamic parables in an attempt to “tenderize” the church to accept Islamification, according to the Geller Report.
In addition, the small church apparently installed a state-of-the-art surveillance system which can’t be accessed on-site.
Bosqueville United Methodist Church couldn’t be reached for comment at the of this writing, but interestingly, its web site was taken down “due to fraud and other unethical actions by some members.”
“After weeks of inundating the congregation with watered down, Islamized scripture, the board of trustees at the church was later asked by the reverend to approve a (surprise, surprise) federally supervised refugee scheme, which they ultimately refused, the source added,” reported the Geller Report. “After the church trustees said, ‘No,’ UMC sent its district supervisor to ask the congregation directly, ‘How would you feel about taking in some Syrian refugees?’”
As Infowars reported in 2014, establishment churches have been aiding illegal immigration by showering illegals with free goodies before they migrate even further into the U.S.
Word of this red carpet treatment spread through Latin America and the rest of the world, encouraging even more migrants to make the dangerous trek into the U.S., but many of them, including young children, often die in the vast deserts surrounding the U.S./Mexico border.
The death toll is so severe that South Texas residents refuse to eat wild hogs caught near the border because they are known to feed on the bodies.
“Half the time we see vultures, it could mean an illegal alien died on the property,” said rancher Dr. Michael Vickers of the Texas Border Volunteers.