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Freakout over plan to hijack kneeling during the anthem continues. ‘White women’ didn’t earn that.

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Even before the final vote on Justice Brett Kavanaugh Saturday, there was a call for female performers to take a stand – by taking a knee.

Actress Molly Ringwald urged women in a tweet last week to kneel during their performances of the national anthem.

Ringwald got plenty of pushback from conservatives calling her out for the ridiculous suggestion.

But an anti-Trump American pastor living in Canada reigned in Ringwald and her like-minded supporters, slamming the “white supremacy in the name of feminism” displayed by the anthem idea.

The pastor of Spring of Hope Church of God in Christ, who attacked conservative commentator Candace Owens as a “coon” back in June, went on to level one attack after another on the issue, calling out “white women” as the problem.

When others challenged the Bishop, her fired back without hesitation.

Of course, the left turning on their own was entertaining for others.

And the alarming similarity to the premise of the “Handmaid’s Tale” was not lost on others.

A few Twitter users did agree with the Bishop, and slammed Ringwald for daring to make the suggestion.

Frieda Powers


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