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    For those whom this is confusing: condemning white Christian nationalist politics is not “anti-Christian.” Christian Nationalism in the United States began in the early 1940’s out of anti-Semiticism, then evolved into staunch opposition to Irish immigration, Catholic influence, desegregation, interracial marriage, voting rights, racially integrated public education, homosexuals, and — while remaining pure to many of those aims — now targets Mexicans and Muslims.   Steve King’s racially charged, white supremacist tweet,”We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies” and his want for an America “that is just so homogeneous that we look a lot the same,” was explained by CNN’s Ruth Ben-Ghiat:   “Today’s racists… believe in population management as the way to save white Christian European society. ... [Read More]
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