Editor’s Note: When I first read Russell Moore’s article yesterday morning about why he was leaving the Southern Baptist Convention due to the “psychological terror” and “trauma” he experienced, my instant reaction was to fire off a congratulatory tweet at my friend James Edwards. I will allow him to have the honor of responding to Russell Moore. The downfall of Russell Moore and David French illustrates the precarious hold of conservative elites over the people who they claim to represent.
Thank God for small mercies!
As a lifelong Southern Baptist, I have long used my voice in the media to speak out against anti-White heretics like Russell Moore, whose hatred of the South has been a major reason why the Southern Baptist Convention has been hemorrhaging members since the turn of the century.
For the past five years I have sparred with so-called “Christians” like Moore and Dwight McKissic, who have publicly called me everything but a child of God.
By dishonestly referring to me as a “pro-slavery, white supremacist radio host,” Moore got the party started in 2016:
Not to be outdone, McKissic, the chronic black malcontent who authored the SBC’s infamous anti-Confederate flag resolution (for which Moore obediently cucked) wrote in his typical mangled grammar that I was a “KKK leader” even after I had notably battled in court against just such libel:
Honoring thy father and thy mother and refraining from bearing false witness are clearly a couple of commandments that these supposed “Christians” never bother to keep.
The war of words waged for years but I was hardly the only one to point out the staggering racial hypocrisy emanating from the church.
The media picked up on the quarrel and the wayward church quickly learned that I give as good as I get. Amazing Disgrace was the title of an establishment news article that documented some of the rancor.
One couldn’t help but notice that the church and anti-Christ media were using the exact same slurs to define traditional Christians who aren’t ashamed of their ancestors.
It all culminated when the Southern Baptist Convention took the unprecedented step of violating its own rules and procedures by disfellowshipping the entire church to which I belong because my Pastor wouldn’t agree to expel me as a member.
But I have outlasted my detractors, as the Good Lord would have it. Russell Moore has now officially abandoned his life’s work to transform the Southern Baptist Convention into MSNBC-at-prayer.
While it is fairly obvious to whom he is referring but without mentioning me by name, Moore wrote about the “psychological terror” inflicted upon him by those of us who want the Christian faith to be more than watered down liberalism:
Moore remained a liar to the very end. There were, of course, never any “threats” made against him or his family by so-called “white nationalists and white supremacists,” which are simply shut-up words used to stifle any traditional White person these days. I wrote a book about this all the way back in 2010.
Nevertheless, his surrender was unconditional. Various media outlets have reported this week that Moore has parted from Southern Baptists “personally as well as professionally.” He no longer even attends a Southern Baptist congregation.
It just goes to show that you never know the positive impact you may be having or how long it will take for the fruit of your good work to manifest itself.
Our enemies aren’t always as entrenched and powerful as they seem.
Russell Moore has resigned from the SBC and is gone.We are still standing. And still fighting.
James Edwards is the founding host of The Political Cesspool Radio Program. When not interviewing news makers he is is no stranger to making news himself, having appeared as a commentator numerous times on national television. Over the course of the past decade and a half, his groundbreaking work on the radio has also been the subject of articles in hundreds of newspaper and magazine publications around the world. In 2016, James was listed alongside Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter as one of the “Top 20 Right Wing media fixtures” responsible for Donald Trump. He was later specifically named by Hillary Clinton as one of the “extremists” who would shape our country.