Whitlock: Leftist “nonsense” as calling Winsome Sears a white “ventriloquist” are “satanic attacks on God”

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The growing prevalence of liberals demanding that the rest of America stand up for their “nonsense” is a realization of Voltaire’s warning that such individuals are then capable of committing “atrocities” as they wish, the report said on Sunday. commentator Jason Whitlock, pointing out the fact of left-wing commentators. -Free attacks on Virginia Lieutenant Governor-elect Winsome Sears.

On “Life, Liberty & Levin,” host Mark Levin asked Whitlock to respond to two recent reviews from Washington Post writer and MSNBC commentator Jonathan Capehart as well as author and Afro-studies professor. American Vanderbilt Michael Eric Dyson.

“They want credit to breathe. They want credit to have what they want… No, you do what all politicians have to do – make choices,” Dyson said in a recent appearance on MSNBC.

“The problem is, they want there – they want white supremacy by ventriloquism. There’s a black mouth moving, but a white idea running across the track from the tongue of a figure who justifies and legitimizes white supremacist practices, ”Dyson said after Sears, a Jamaican immigrant and United States Marine Corps veteran, won the post of lieutenant governor of Virginia.

Former Republican delegate Winsome Sears celebrates her victory in Virginia’s lieutenant governor race as she nominates Republican candidate for governor Glenn Youngkin at an election night in Chantilly, Virginia, USA, on November 3, 2021. REUTERS / Jonathan Ernst
(REUTERS / Jonathan Ernst)

“We know that we can internalize in our own mind, in our own subconscious and in our own body the very principles that destroy us. So having a black face speaking for a white supremacist heritage is nothing new.” , he added.

Levin, alluding to a separate segment, said MSNBC host Jonathan Capehart appeared to be arguing that voters in Virginia are fanatics who have sought to elect Sears as an atonement for some type of racialized guilt.

“Whiteness is a hell of a drug,” Capehart said. “The fear worked and Youngkin won in a state that President Biden won by 10 points last year. So what did all those racist voters in Virginia do on Tuesday night? … [V]Noting for someone Black does not grant absolution for racism or being motivated by racist dinosaurs or now. “

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 13: Journalist Jonathan Capehart hosts a panel discussion at  "Paris to Pittsburgh" Film screening hosted by Bloomberg Philanthropies and National Geographic at National Geographic Headquarters on February 13, 2019 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Paul Morigi / Getty Images for Bloomberg Philanthropies)

WASHINGTON, DC – FEBRUARY 13: Journalist Jonathan Capehart hosts a panel discussion during the Bloomberg Philanthropies and National Geographic screening of the film “Paris to Pittsburgh” at National Geographic Headquarters on February 13, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi / Getty Images for Bloomberg Philanthropies)

Levin called Capehart a fanatic “jester” and asked Whitlock what he thought.

“[W]what we’re really seeing here from Joy Reid, Michael Eric Dyson, and Jonathan Capehart – it’s Satanism; it’s satanic, ”Whitlock replied.

“When there is an attack on the truth, it is an attack on God. It is an attack on Jesus. The truth is what sets us free. The truth is what Jesus is, God and faith. has a massive attack on the truth in this country, and it’s an attack on God.

“Voltaire said it a long time ago. If you can convince a man of nonsense, then you can get him to commit atrocities… but we are convinced of nonsense and their conditioning and mask their hatred of God in that.”

Whitlock said the left seeks to create a society built on its own nonsense, such as the idea that electing a black conservative Republican to a statewide post is either somehow racist or insufficient to atone. sins that may have been committed in the past.

“So they can potentially execute atrocities on people. We are seeing small examples of this all over America,” he said.

“I don’t know if I want to go so far as to call January 6th [unrest at Capitol Hill] and how these people were treated as an atrocity, but it is a sign of the direction we are taking. It was not an insurrection. “

“These people do not deserve to be locked up and chained to solitary confinement in jail for months on trespassing charges,” Whitlock added.

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Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., Was recently granted permission to visit the detained suspects and said they appeared to be “in a lot of pain” and alleged that they were “undergoing re-education which most of between them reject “, according to the Washington Times.

“We were convinced of the absurdity that this was sort of an insurgency, like we haven’t seen since Pearl Harbor and now that justifies the atrocity – Oh, let’s lock these people up for life.” , Whitlock continued on “Life, Liberty, and Levin.”

“Let’s keep them in isolation, deny them the fundamental rights and privileges that we’ve always afforded Americans. That’s the way we’re on. And again, I want them to use race, race and the Democratic Party are like the new hood of the KKK. Call yourself an anti-racist, “he said.

“Call yourself a Democrat. And now you can do some of the more racist things while pretending and covering yourself with that hood of, hey, I’m a democrat. Hey, I’m a liberal. The things I do. are really good. “

“Again, we’re more convinced of nonsense, and we’re seeing the start of atrocities that won’t stop with the way they treat people on January 6. There are much worse atrocities that are slated for. all of us who profess a belief in Jesus Christ as our Savior who profess a belief in God and the truth. There are atrocities they are planning for all of us. “


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