Evangelical Environmental Network Bogus Claim

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Evangelical Environmental Network Bogus Claim

Bradley Mattes   |   February 27, 2012

Here’’s a Christian group you need to be warned about. The Evangelical Environmental Network is using bogus math to give cover to pro-abortion members of Congress. They claim a huge number of unborn babies are exposed to harmful mercury levels. So they laud pro-abortion members of Congress who voted for the Mercury and Air Toxic Standards as pro-life. The problem is the very source they cite contradicts their claim. In reality, the Evangelical Environmental Network is partially funded by pro-abortion groups and partners with those who believe newborn babies are nothing more than polluters. I’’m all for being good stewards of the earth. But I draw the line at manipulating the facts to further what seems to be a pro-abortion agenda. Get your environmental advice elsewhere.

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