The video is like everything the Baby Boomer generation has done to wreck America in one clip. It features a group of white people heckling a black man because he believes differently than them and thus doesn't know his place.
The mainstream press would usually be salivating to bang the racism drum over such glaring optics, but then you learn these are a bunch of progressive Catholics taunting a black priest under the banner of inclusivity for not being woke enough. When that's the case, the illegal alien charged with murder or rape is going to get a more sympathetic hearing from the media than this obvious traitor to his color.
It's bake the cake, bigot — altar call edition!
Which is where the long progressive march through the institutions always intended on arriving anyway. They took journalism. They took the schools. They took the courts. They took Hollywood. All so they could, in the end, kill God. And when that is the endgame, your race or your gender matter only insofar as they can be co-opted for such a grand demonic cause. That is the legacy of much of the Baby Boomer generation. Their parents saved the world from tyranny in the name of freedom so they could use that freedom to take as much of it away from others as possible.
Such is the non-negotiable math of the god-killers, who by definition are those who wish to be like gods and thus can never trade in an actual diversity of opinion that competes from their emotionally-driven mania. It is not an option for them to simply walk away from the church that clearly and historically doesn't line up with their values any longer, if they ever did. They must conquer it in the name of "Did God really say?"
Which are the words of their true master.
It's a contagion John Cooper, lead singer of the Christian rock band Skillet, understands and laments even though he is several generations removed from being a Baby Boomer. When commenting recently on multiple Christian leaders from the Millennial generation who have publicly renounced their faith, he said this:
I am stunned that the seemingly most important thing for these leaders who have lost their faith is to make such a bold new stance. Basically saying, "I've been living and preaching boldly something for 20 years and led generations of people with my teachings and now I no longer believe it..therefore I'm going to boldly and loudly tell people it was all wrong while I boldly and loudly lead people in to my next truth." I'm perplexed why they aren't embarrassed? Humbled? Ashamed, fearful, confused? Why be so eager to continue leading people when you clearly don't know where you are headed?
There is, my friends, no good answer to that. This is the lucid insanity I have often diagnosed on my show. We are talking with very "educated" and "accomplished" people now who are quite simply beyond the call of reason. They want what they want and that's it, even and perhaps especially to legitimize the places where they are the most broken.
It is the great validation of victimization. It is a merciless destroyer of worlds, and it's trying to destroy ours as we speak.
Revival or bust.