Man Who Inspired ‘Sound Of Freedom’ Has Been Kicked Out Of His Own Organizations


It looks like the elitist mob has now zeroed in on Tim Ballard who was the man who inspired the hit movie the “Sound of Freedom.”

The Nazarene Fund is a group that works to liberate the captive, to free the enslaved, and to rescue, rebuild and restore the lives of Christians and other persecuted religious and ethnic minorities wherever and whenever they are in need.

“Tim Ballard is no longer the CEO of the Nazarene Fund,” the organization said in a statement. “The Nazarene Fund continues to be focused on our mission to Rescue, Rebuild and Restore. There are so many people around the world who are in need of our unique services and we are grateful for the support we receive to help us accomplish our mission.”

The move comes amid it being confirmed that Ballard “quietly parted ways” with Operation Underground Railroad (OUR) which he founded and was the basis of the movie.

“While Tim Ballard stepped away from OUR several weeks ago, we continue to pursue OUR’s core mission,” OUR said in a statement. “We are excited that many are learning about the organization and its rescue operations and are seeking ways to support it.”

However, there were rumors that Ballard was telling donors he had been “forced out” and was looking for donors to help him start a new organization.

Recently, Ballard appeared on independent journalist Tim Pool’s podcast and said that he was starting a new foundation called the SPEAR Fund.

He said, “I told Angel Studios, take the logo off of OUR … because so many organizations out there are doing such great work, and we’re not the solution to every kid.”

“I have hope,” Ballard said during the podcast as donations started pouring in. “For the first time I have hope that we can actually make an enormous impact in the fight against child slavery.”