Another anti-American leftist from the list of Biden’s National Humanities Medal honorees.
Bryan Stevenson’s presence on the list of Biden honorees isn’t surprising. The central figure of ‘Just Mercy’ was already spewing his racial poison at the National Prayer Breakfast. He’s received plenty of honors and here’s a national one from an activist whose signature talking point is, “I don’t think slavery ended in 1865. I think it just evolved.”
“Black South Africans took over South Africa once they had the vote — it’s a Black majority country. In Rwanda, the victims of the genocide ultimately regained power through military intervention,” Stevenson argued. “With that transfer of power, we had the opportunity to do some things that we don’t have in this country. The people who were the perpetrators of so much of this bigotry and violence are still in power.”
Who knew the Confederacy was still in charge? And Jefferson Davis must be pretty old by now.
Stevenson has referred to America’s founding as a “genocide”
“The racial-equality principle that is in our Constitution was never extended to formerly enslaved people, and that is why I say slavery didn’t end in 1865. It evolved,” he strangely argues.
America’s justice system is racist, he claims. Are America’s medals racist too?