VLOG Series The Myth of the Coon by Red Pill, Black Girl Candace Owens: I Don’t Care About Charlottesville, the KKK, or White Supremacy @JennyHatch

UPDATE:

Candace was on Stefan Molyneux RADIO!

“Black people have scarier things on the horizon than the almost endangered species of white supremacy.”

Candace Owens

As I have observed my Social Media the past few days it appears that only my pasty white progressive naive mormon friends are falling for the psy op in the media to get us all revved up about Nazis and racism.


I am glad Ms. Owens took the time to make this excellent rebuttal video.

May it go far.

Jenny Hatch

PS I watched a few of Candace’s other videos and she is hilarious…

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2 Responses to “VLOG Series The Myth of the Coon by Red Pill, Black Girl Candace Owens: I Don’t Care About Charlottesville, the KKK, or White Supremacy @JennyHatch”
  1. Paul Ciurleo says:

    Candace, I was just recently introduced to you via Facebook, and not to sound cliche, but I adore you. As the grandparent of 4 beautiful mixed grand kids, I have struggled at times to help them in situations where peer pressure forces them to choose. I am happy to say they consider themselves mixed and are proud.

    Your words are powerful and I admire the courage and tenacity within you to speak the truth. I teach and I attempt to lead children in such a direction where they can research and fact find and then form educated opinions on today’s events.

    Thank you and keep up the good f ight.

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