Radical Activist Shaun King Calls On Mob To Tear Down Statues Of Jesus Christ — Calls Christians ‘White Supremacists’

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The violent, Left-wing mob will not stop at toppling Confederate statues, no they have a much bigger target. Their endgame is clear, they wish to tear down very foundation of America, including the Judaeo-Christian base that it was built on.

Prominent Black Lives Matter activist, Shaun King, on Monday advocated for the destruction of Christian statues, murals and stained glassed windows, calling them “tools of oppression,” racist propaganda,” and “a gross form of white supremacy.”

“They should all come down,” BLM activist Shaun King said on Twitter.

Left-wing agitators have been vandalizing or toppling Confederate statues for years, but in recent weeks they’ve been coming for statues of other noted Americans, including presidents Thomas Jefferson, George WashingtonAbraham Lincoln, as well as Francis Scott Key, writer of the National Anthem; St. Junipero Serra, a Catholic saint; and Ulysses S. Grant, the celebrated Civil War general who fought the Confederacy.

King believes that Christian symbols need to be torn down, too.

“All murals and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends should also come down,” he tweeted.

As noted by Fox News, many on Twitter pointed out to King that differing cultures depict Biblical figures in ways that resemble their own community. “Ethiopia, for instance, has depicted Jesus as black for more than 1,500 years,” the report highlighted. “Likewise, images of Jesus appearing Asian can be found throughout the Far East.”

The messaging from King comes on the heels of the nationwide Black Lives Matter protests and riots over alleged institutional racism. The rioting, first sparked by the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a troubling arrest caught on viral video, quickly led to the destruction of statues for various reasons, including the depicted figures owning slaves.

In 2019, King “recklessly exploited” the shooting death of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes, who was tragically caught in the crossfire, “to stoke racial fear and hatred,” wrote Michelle Malkin in a piece for National Review. “The Black Lives Matter activist and columnist for the Intercept immediately pounced — using his huge Twitter platform, followed by 1.1 million people, to cast the incident as a racial hate crime. King splashed a photo of Robert Cantrell, a white man who had been arrested for robbery the same day as the Barnes shooting, all over social media.” The men allegedly connected to Barnes’ death were black.

Aside from King’s history of false accusations, the activist has lost trust from some on the far-left over his less-than-transparent money raising endeavors and for past reports that King allegedly lied about being black, himself.

“I have been told for most of my life that the white man on my birth certificate is not my biological father and that my actual biological father is a light-skinned black man,” King said back in 2015, addressing the controversy. “My mother and I have discussed her affair. She was a young woman in a bad relationship and I have no judgment.”

Most recently, the activist used his fame and massive social media platform to become a surrogate for democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), including opening a Brooklyn rally for senator last year.

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