DALLAS — Following the publishing of Project Veritas’ video, which revealed a startling bias against the Trump administration by CNN, My Faith Votes CEO Jason Yates issues the following statement:
“I found it disturbing to listen to a senior news producer discussing the way one of our nation’s most esteemed news providers is handling issues that are of great concern for the American public. Today too much news is tabloid news, focused entirely upon making money or editorialized news to push a predetermined agenda. Rarely — on the right or the left — are we given the facts without those facts being intermingled in the opinions of those presenting them.
“Our country finds itself in an extremely sensitive moment. Americans deserve more from the press, and they deserve the truth. Otherwise trust in our sacred free press will continue to be eroded, and the press will be guilty of the very indiscretions of which they accuse our politicians.
“My Faith Votes calls American journalists to a higher standard, to take a fully non-partisan and judicious stand on matters that impact the everyday lives of Americans.”
My Faith Votes—whose founding honorary national chairman was Dr. Ben Carson—is a non-partisan movement focused on motivating Christians in America to participate in local and national elections and be active members of society. By partnering with local churches, pastors and national faith leaders, My Faith Votes mobilizes and resources Christians to lead the conversation on the place of faith in culture and politics. In the 2016 election, My Faith Votes was largely credited with activating a sizable percentage of the 25 million Evangelicals who were registered to vote in previous elections but had chosen not to, prompting a record turnout by Evangelicals.