White supremacy and white nationalism have re-entered our political conversation. But what do they mean?

the watchman

Former Staff
Jul 2011
96,321
64,712
becoming more and more
It also quotes Bernie Sanders. So this "professor" of religion is an expert on race. Cool. Does he have a degree in race studies? I would never call myself an "expert" on anything, nor would I call anyone else an expert. Too much responsibility. I think it's phony.
please tell you don't think putting words in quotes changes their meaning.
 
Last edited:
Dec 2015
18,605
13,992
SoCal
It also quotes Bernie Sanders. So this "professor" of religion is an expert on race. Cool. Does he have a degree in race studies? I would never call myself an "expert" on anything, nor would I call anyone else an expert. Too much responsibility. I think it's phony.
The article even quotes Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham.
 

the watchman

Former Staff
Jul 2011
96,321
64,712
becoming more and more
Who are these "experts"?
it tells you that in the article
Oh yeah, socialists like Bernie Sanders.
It also quotes Bernie Sanders. So this "professor" of religion is an expert on race. Cool. Does he have a degree in race studies? I would never call myself an "expert" on anything, nor would I call anyone else an expert. Too much responsibility. I think it's phony.
Here's your expert. Looks like a professional race hustler.
:lol:
 
Oct 2019
4,868
1,851
International Falls, Minnesota
actually, he looks like an expert. A graduate of Morehouse College, Johnson received his M.Div. from Harvard Divinity School and Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Brown University.
He's also a leftist activist. It says so in his bio that I posted.
 

HayJenn

Former Staff
Jul 2014
74,679
66,907
CA
I'm pretty sure Chris Wray, Trump's own FBI director, is an expert.

The FBI is currently investigating nearly 850 people across the United States as possible domestic terrorists, and the number of cases targeting white supremacists, white nationalists and other racially-motivated extremists has jumped in the past six months, federal law enforcement officials said Wednesday.

“In fact, there have been more arrests and deaths in the United States caused by domestic terrorists than international terrorists in recent years,” the head of the FBI's counterterrorism division, Assistant Director Michael McGarrity, told a House panel Wednesday.

He warned that hatred and extremist ideology are increasingly being spread online, and “that mobilization to violence is much quicker” than it used to be. McGarrity emphasized that "domestic terrorism" -- often rooted in racially-motivated extremism, anti-government extremism or environmental extremism -- is different than "homegrown" terrorism, which is inspired by international terrorist groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda.

 
  • Love
Reactions: the watchman