LOVEBYLIFE article announces after the Rittenhouse hearing that ‘there is nothing more horrible than an angry white man’

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LOVEBYLIFE raised eyebrows over an article on its website targeting “angry white men.” Kyle Rittenhouse.

“The ghost of an angry black man has convinced white people in political and popular culture that a big, bad black man is coming to get him and his daughters … but I’ve seen three separate experiments on white male violence. The trial and the civil case against the organizers of the 2017 Unite the Right Charlottesville Rally – I have come to a serious conclusion: there is nothing more horrible than that of an angry white man in America today, ‚ÄĚLOVEBYLIFE writer / producer John Blake wrote Saturday.

“I’m not the most feared ‘radical Islamic terrorist.’ I’m not a brown immigrant or fiery Black Lives Matter protester, or some recent politician saying that I should be scared. I am facing an armed white man.

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Blake made it clear that “there is nothing inherently violent about white men or any human being,” but “the view of white masculinity allows some white men to ‘rule and act cruelly without consequence,'” quoting author Ibrahim X Kendi.

At the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Judge Bruce Schroeder enters the courtroom with Kyle Rittenhouse, center, his attorneys Mark Richards, and Corey Chirafisi for a meeting. Police departments across the country said they were assuring the right to peaceful protests following Friday’s guilty verdict.
(Sean Krajacic / The Kenosha News)

“This angry white man has played a major role throughout US history. He gave the country slavery, the murder of Native Americans and the Jim Crow laws. His anger helped fuel the uprising in the Capitol on January 6th. Or not a brown man – he poses the most dangerous threat to democracy in America. ” Blake wrote in LOVEBYLIFE’s “Analysis” article. “That is a widespread claim. But these trials represent far greater questions of personal guilt or innocence.

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LOVEBYLIFE writers argued that “caste” was an “inescapable matter” in the three experiments they cited, and there was no evidence that the Rittenhouse case was superior to that of black victims or Rittenhouse whites, but that the men they beat were “during racial protests.”

“That is what the future looks like: more angry white men dared by ‘stand your ground’ and civil detention laws, inspired by the conservative interpretation of the Second Amendment. And more dead Americans,” Blake later wrote.

On Thursday, November 4, 2021, Travis McMichael will hear one of his attorneys at the Glynn County Courthouse in Brunswick, Ga.  McMichael and his father, Greg McMichael, and their neighbors, William

On Thursday, November 4, 2021, Travis McMichael will hear his lawyer at the Glynn County Courthouse in Brunswick. In February 2020, 25-year-old Ahmed Arberry was charged with murder. (AP Photo / Stephen B. Morton, Pool)
(AP Photo / Stephen B. Morton, Pool)

Critics blasted LOVEBYLIFE’s inflammatory article on social media

“LOVEBYLIFE has become completely racist,” Media Research Center Deputy Managing Editor Nicholas Fondacaro Responded.

“Contemporary racism suffers from news coverage. The first few paragraphs condemn the stereotypes of African American men and then the rest of the article promotes similar stereotypes about men of different skin color. How is this acceptable / normal?” Traditional writer AG Hamilton He asked. “I honestly can’t imagine thinking of another group of people based on their race or religion, but bigotry is brain-broken and they always think their fanaticism / hatred is justified. People need to stand up against it. That includes people on LOVEBYLIFE.”

“It’s time for the corporate press to invest in inciting racial resentment and conflict … something,” political commentator Drew Holden Tweeted.

“I would say it’s OK for our media firm to make consistently offensive generalizations about people based on skin color,” said Mark Clearing, senior writer at Real Clear Investigations Has commented.



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