Many American conservatives would love to see several members of Congress dethroned. American former professional basketball player Royce White is currently running for Minnesota’s fifth congressional U.S. representative seat occupied by Democrat Ilhan Omar.
During an interview with “Fearless” host Jason Whitlock, White described “the tragedy or history of black people [in] conjunction with Donald Trump being used as a scapegoat by the authoritarian church of LGBTQ, as anti-American politics.”
Whitlock asked if anyone within the political system, either within the MAGA movement or establishment republicans, had recognized or understood the opportunity 31-year-old White brings to the table.
“Well, I just got here,” White replied. “I don’t have lofty goals like that. I want to protect that which is most local — the twin cities.” White is passionate about his priority, which is helping the “genuine nationalist-populist movement from his outpost in Minnesota.”
White described his fight for truth as a process developing over the last 10 years. He also noted that he expects no help from the Republican establishment in this race to get rid of Rep. Ilhan Omar.
In White’s view, “The right-wing conservative movement is [under] the umbrella of Donald Trump, but the truth is, there couldn’t be more difference between a Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell or McCarthy. So, there’s a civil war on our side and politically.”
According to White, he “can’t wait or hope for any support from the political oligarchs, the American political establishment.”
“Again,” White said, “I go back to the tragedy or history of black people. That history, in conjunction with Donald Trump being used as a scapegoat for the authoritarian church of LGBTQ,” is “anti-American politics, and [the] only God-fearing truth allegiant black men can stand up and break that narrative.”
“My duty right now is to stand in the breach and say, ‘hey Barack Obama, we see what you’re doing when you try and equate Steve Bannon to Vladimir Putin. You want to make everybody who believes in populism – not globalism — an enemy of the state.’ Well, make me one too. I’m here for that fight.”
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