The #churchtoo movement, basically, the Southern Baptist Convention’s version of the feminist #metoo movement, is also known as the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission’s “Caring Well” program and is spearheaded by leftist feminists like Russell Moore, Beth Moore, Jen Wilkin, and SBC president, JD Greear.
The Caring Well program claims to care about women who are sexually abused, mistreated, and groped inappropriately by men who are illegitimately in authority and seeks to strip power from men by placing women in prominent places of leadership around the Church.
Beth Moore, along with these other Evangelical feminists, has repeatedly bashed right-wing conservatives in both the Church and in the secular world with unsubstantiated claims of sexual abuse by men. They have repeatedly launched invectives at conservative men ranging from Paige Patterson, the former president of Southwestern Seminary, to Donald Trump and Brett Kavanaugh. And while they use the unsubstantiated claims of sexual abuse, dubbed “believe women,” to launch their attacks against conservatives (because they hate conservatism), they are always silent when these accusations are made against a leftist.
Currently, Joe Biden is being investigated by Judicial Watch for what they are alleging was a sexual assault against a Secret Service agent’s girlfriend. The claim is that a Secret Service agent was suspended back in 2009 for “shoving Biden after he cupped his girlfriend’s breast while the couple was taking a photo with him,” and that the situation become so heated that “others had to step in to prevent the agent from hitting the then-VP.”
Of course, these leftists who have relentlessly attacked Donald Trump by calling him “immoral” and a “womanizer” have had absolutely nothing to say about this. Nothing. These feminists hate conservatism, hate men, and desire to see patriarchy completely done away with, and they won’t let a little bit of sexual assault by a leftist stand in their way.