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Jemar Tisby’s Colleague, Ally Henny, Says She Was Reminded of How Racist White Kids Are on the Playground

by | Sep 12, 2022 | News, Racialism, Religion, Social Justice, Social-Issues, The Church, Video | 0 comments

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When your entire livelihood is built on purposely creating an atmosphere to propagate a lie like White Supremacy, then one must resort to lies, fables, and hoaxes in order to secure their futures. This is why people like Jussie Smollet and his Evangelical counterpart, Kyle Howard make up false claims about supposed “racist” and “white supremacist” encounters they have. And those claims, as time goes by, become increasingly fantastic.

This is what leftists do—they cannot advance their ideology based on true events because there aren’t enough truly “racist” things that happen to keep their narrative going. So they lie. It’s why Critical Race Theory exists and it’s why leftists have embraced it. It’s a “useful analytical tool” to continue pushing a narrative that would otherwise fall apart under the slightest scrutiny.

Such is the case with Ally Henny of The Witness.

The Witness is a politically- and theologically-left Evangelical organization that dubs itself a “black Christian collective that engages issues of religion, race, justice, and culture from a biblical perspective” and is led by one of the most notorious anti-white racist politically-left Critical Race Theorists, Jemar Tisby. Unsurprisingly, like all leftist organizations, they are pro-choice on abortion as one of its primary contributors, Ally Henny, tweets the leftist mantra that abortion should be “safe, legal, and rare.”

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At this point, it’s safe to conclude that this organization should be written off as a dangerous anti-Christian movement with no ties to biblical fidelity and should be purged from the ranks of Christendom. Instead, this organization and its contributors are proudly paraded through the professing Church on platforms like The Gospel Coalition and given a voice on Southern Baptist platforms through the ERLC.

Henny, however, is a racist and, despite her own privilege and status in society that she’s built primarily off the backs of White people who suffer from their own belief in their “white guilt,” she says she moved to the South side of Chicago in order to escape ever having to be around White people. According to her, she “rarely” ever interacts with White people.

However, one day, she says she was reminded of just how racist White children are while she was at a playground. She noticed that White kids were just climbing all over a Black kid, refusing to give him any personal space, because they wanted to see what he was doing on his phone. Like, OMGoodness, kids being kids—I can assure you the only person on that playground thinking about race was Ally Henny if the story isn’t completely made up altogether.

It must be extremely difficult and lonely in her world. I sure hope that she finds her way out someday and rejoins reality.

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