RALEIGH – Remember Reverend Jeremiah Wright?
The Radical Reverend that preached woke, America-hating, ‘liberation theology’ at a church attended by former President Barack Obama for 20+ years, gained infamy for a fiery sermon in which he celebrated ‘America’s chickens coming home to roost‘ because ‘not God Bless America; God DAMN America!‘
Yes; that guy. It’s remarkable ‘mainstream’ such America-hating has become over the last decade of the Woke Cultural Revolution. Actually, Overton’s Window has shifted so radically that similarly radicalized people have made it onto the North Carolina Board of Education where they work to implement Woke social studies standards during the day, and muse in celebration of Reverend Jeremiah Wright at night:
Let us never forget how many Black preachers left Jeremiah Wright out to dry. Neither defending him or the Black theological tradition. Glad he is getting his flowers here. #BlackChurchPBS https://t.co/RcnSHU0OBF
— James E. Ford (@JEFordNCTOY) February 18, 2021
Yes; let us never forget how exceedingly unpopular, denounced, and rejected this debased radical perspective was just a few years ago. A time in which defending such an anti-American, anti-Western, anti-Individualism was not yet socially acceptable.
Now it is championed. Celebrated by those vested with the authority to determine our kids’ public school curriculum on everything from revisionist history, to social (justice) studies, and even Woke Math.
James Ford isn’t being timid in his embrace of Wright’s philosophy and the larger ‘Justice’ movement; he’s boasting of his radial credentials with this tweet.
Sloan Rachmuth, a Harvard educated, self-described ‘Jewish Conservative’ and writer here in North Carolina, wonders when local ‘news’ outlets will report on Ford, a Cooper appointee, praising the infamous anti-Semite:
Will @WRAL @ABC11_WTVD @nckhui report on state board of education member James Ford praising anti-semite Jeremiah Wright? Or is Jew Hatred okay when it comes from a Democrat? @KaplanABC11 https://t.co/5F1svbEWRv
— Sloan Rachmuth (@SloanRachmuth) March 7, 2021
Something tells us Rachmuth’s questions are rhetorical…