I’ve got the answer.
The answer is White evangelical Protestants.
“Reports late last month of the arrest of a former Marine with ties to a neo-Nazi group highlight the dangerous and somewhat convoluted relationship between white extremists and the state of reproductive rights in the United States. The man, identified as a leader of the neo-Nazi group Rapekrieg, was reportedly spearheading a mass murder of minorities and mass rape of “white women to increase production of white children,” according to Rolling Stone
The horrific revelations are a reminder that white supremacy, male supremacy and violent extremism go hand in hand. Minorities and white women are targets of an ideology that both seeks to reduce nonwhite populations and to increase white ones. For this and other white supremacist extremist groups, the mass murder of minorities and the mass rape of white women are twin goals oriented toward maintaining a white majority nation. …
These groups fear possible declining white birthrates and think demographic change is part of an orchestrated plot to end the white race. It’s a claim that’s been around for decades, in the form of an antisemitic conspiracy theory called “white genocide” and an Islamophobic conspiracy theory called “Eurabia.” And these conspiracies have gotten new life as the global “great replacement” conspiracy has grown and been mainstreamed. …”
Marginal Neo-Nazi groups like Rapekrieg who support mass rape and genocide are statistically insignificant. Fringe groups differ from Christians like us who are mainstream in their morals.
I don’t want to kill anyone. I don’t want to rape anyone. I’m not a violent crazy person. I do want to see a return to traditional moral values. I want White people to recover pride in their sense of identity. I think feminism has made us worse off. I don’t want to live in a Third World country.
Look who opposes abortion:
Look who sees immigrants as invaders, supports immigration restriction and who is freaked out about the Great Replacement: