Here is the headline;
Media Grossly Distorts to Sell Anti-Christian Agenda
Engendering a sense of persecution and claiming a multinational, multifaith, intergenterational multidisciplinary conspiracy to hide the "truth" i.e. by most of the worlds scientists is just a normal day's work for creationists.
Ken Ham is a past master but this kind of attitude goes with the territory here in the UK as well;
Bullying and Intimidation at the hands of other Christians
But did you note the subtle mistake? Ken simply assumes that anything anti-creationist is anti-christian and vice versa even though this is simply untrue. Our UK creationists instead complain about other Christians not agreeing with them.
More seriously though, such conspiracy thinking and a hair-trigger persecution complex is a tool that can effectively bring in new members to a group and then isolate them from evidence from the outside (real) world and so keep them in the group.
A tactic as old as the hills.