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Why are republicans canceling other republicans? Denise McAllister is a successful author and a once regular commentator on cable TV, that is until she was canceled for speaking the truth. Although getting canceled seems to be the norm in today’s woke culture, what isn’t the norm is being canceled by the right. A social media mob attacked the author for speaking the truth and defending herself and her family. Not only has she been canceled, but she and her family have endured death threats and were forced to move. While she said it has been a bit scary with the death threats and all, she isn’t letting it silence her.
McAllister warned that straight White Christian men are being systemically “erased” and cautioned conservatives of the left’s move to “give rights to identity and feelings.” She challenged conservatives to not give in to the left and its woke culture. She said conservatives must take a stand and not be afraid. Though she admonishes conservatives not to give in to the left, one will be surprised at the answer she gave on what could save the culture from the left. Her answer isn’t political.
Denise McAllister is an author, journalist, and Christian apologist. She has written for several online news magazines, including The Federalist, The Daily Wire, PJ Media, and The American Thinker. She has appeared as a guest commentator on BBC, NPR, Fox News, and Sean Hannity Radio. She is the author of “What Men Want to Say to Women (But Can’t)” and coauthor of New York Times bestseller “Spygate: The Attempted Sabotage of Donald J. Trump.” Denise is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism and studied theology and Christian history at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando.
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