The Evangelical Church is stacked from top to bottom with race-baiters. To name a few of the chief among them, Jemar Tisby, Thabiti Anyabwile, Ekemini Uwan, Beth Moore, and, of course, Russell Moore and Matt Chandler’s friend, Kyle James Howard.
Howard is a peculiar subject, as he is, as far as I know, the only one who has invented an entire occupation based on recovering from a false illness — “racial trauma.” Howard, who is self-described as a “racial trauma counselor,” has contrived an entire narrative about “whiteness,” imported it into the Church, duped tons of people into buying into it, and then took a big dump on the Church as he walks out on her.
Howard was one of the first to jump on the anti-white bandwagon a few months back when a group of high school kids — of course, wearing that “racist” MAGA hat — were accused all over mainstream media for “taunting” a Native American man at a pro-life rally. While the media, Kyle Howard, Beth Moore, and the other Evangelical race-baiters used it as a means to ramp up the anti-white rhetoric and advance their false narrative of “white supremacy,” the story ultimately turned out to be false.
As with most media-hyped stories of white supremacy-induced racialized attacks in the news, another story that Howard bought into turned out to be completely false. Last week, a sixth-grade black girl accused three white boys of forcibly assaulting her and cutting her hair.
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“I was about to go down the slide, and the three boys came up and surrounded me,” the girl said in an interview Thursday afternoon. “They were saying my hair was nappy and I was ugly and I shouldn’t have been born.”
Kyle Howard, as usual, was all over it.
The mainstream news picked up the story and immediately used it to advance their anti-white narrative. And so did Howard. Of course, waiting for the facts to come out before blanketly accusing people is so yesterday.
Today, the girl and the family admitted that the story was completely fabricated. The grandparents wrote in a statement sent to The Washington Post by the school,
To those young boys and their parents, we sincerely apologize for the pain and anxiety these allegations have caused … To the administrators and families of Immanuel Christian School, we are sorry for the damage this incident has done to trust within the school family and the undue scorn it has brought to the school. To the broader community, who rallied in such passionate support for our daughter, we apologize for betraying your trust.
The reality is, Kyle Howard is racist. He dubs himself a “racial trauma counselor.” Perhaps he could offer his services to the three boys and their families who were traumatized by these false allegations against them. Perhaps, he could realize that racism isn’t a one-sided thing and that participating in a movement that is turning the entire world against a single ethnic group by the false narrative he continues to advance is, in fact, the epitome of racism.
It’s time for Kyle Howard to repent.