Media Attacks Amy Comey Barrett’s Kids: She’s a “White Colonizer” for Adopting Black Children

National   Kristine Marsh   Sep 28, 2020   |   12:21PM    Washington, DC

The media’s favorite race hustling professor and author Ibram X. Kendi tweeted out a vile attack against Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and her family this past weekend. As the news broke that the conservative Catholic and yes, white, justice would be President Trump’s pick, Kendi compared her to a “white colonizer”….because she and her husband adopted two children from Haiti.

The Boston University professor, whose 2019 book “How To Be An Antiracist” continues to be given ample airtime and promotion from the left-wing media tweeted out his hateful and racist thoughts about the nominee and her family. It read:

“Some white colonizers ‘adopted’ black children. They ‘civilized’ these ‘savage’ children in the ‘superior’ ways of White people while using them as props in their lifelong pictures of denial, while cutting the biological parents of these children out of the picture of humanity.”

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Kendi says he was denouncing the idea that Barrett couldn’t be a racist because she adopted two black children. After comparing her to a white colonizer and her children to “savage” “props” earned him backlash, he doubled down on his racist propaganda, questioning whether white people can adopt black children without having a “white savior” complex:

“Antiracists” like Kendi have found their hateful race hustling makes big bucks. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey gave his Center for Antiracist Research at Boston University 10 million dollars last month. He is also a CBS News contributor who frequented most of the morning and late night shows this past Summer to lecture white Americans on their inherent racism.

When he next appears on CBS This Morning, will Gayle King or her co-anchors ask Kendi about his inflammatory and hateful comments about the Supreme Court Justice nominee?

LifeNews Note: Kristine Marsh is Staff Writer for MRC Culture at the Media Research Center where this originally appeared.