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'I got more hate than I've ever gotten": How Allie Beth Stuckey became so RADICAL

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Allie Beth Stuckey's perspective was forever changed during the pandemic. In her recent interview with Jason Whitlock, Allie recalled noticing a willingness of those in her evangelical, Christian women's sphere to buy into the lies of social justice surrounding the death of George Floyd.

"When I saw so many professing Christians buying into the lies of social justice, I decided I was going to be the only one in my white Evangelical woman sphere to say no, I'm not posting a black Square," Allie said. She explained that in one respect, she'd gotten more hate than ever, but at the same time, she also received more support than ever.

Another time Allie recalled having her eyes opened was during Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation hearing. "I saw that the people on the other side of the aisle would do absolutely anything," Allie explained. In Allie's view, it doesn't matter how dark, evil, or deceitful the action is, from what she has seen, the opposition will do anything to win.

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