Stephen Wolfe, Author of the Case for Christian Nationalism, openly says that under CN’s rule, women can’t be in charge because they are too empathetic and inclusive, “blasphemy is punished” and “atheism is crushed”.— The New Evangelicals (@newvangelicals) November 16, 2022
Here’s the freedom they talk about. pic.twitter.com/EBKzL3joLt
Here are 2 numbers to chew on today: 58% & 12%.— Samuel Perry (@profsamperry) October 22, 2022
Those are the percentages of white evangelicals who say the labels “Christian nationalist” or “woke” respectively describe them somewhat or very well. From new national survey data just collected. Stay tuned in upcoming weeks.
Why would something like the Respect for Marriage Act be necessary after Obergefell? Quite simply, because most Americans DON’T want to overturn Obergefell or nullify same-sex marriages. But one small group, whose interests are disproportionately represented on SCOTUS, would. pic.twitter.com/0ME4XnWqGo— Samuel Perry (@profsamperry) November 17, 2022
Little something to remind Christian Right Twitter as they trash French for this post. White evangelicals went from 60% saying privately immoral officials couldn’t be ethical in office to 17% & the only thing that changed was opportunity. Your moral compass points toward power. https://t.co/2djtLWWbcN pic.twitter.com/1qxAZ6eLOg— Samuel Perry (@profsamperry) November 19, 2022
Here’s the link to that study which is apparently free to read. And here’s PRRI data showing the same trend. Between 2011 and 2016, white evangelicals’ views on the private morality of leaders swung by 40+%. Talk of moral compasses are an absolute joke.https://t.co/YnyHMEYauO pic.twitter.com/ZdG9p5eBYB— Samuel Perry (@profsamperry) November 19, 2022
“I prefer my close relative marry spouses from the same race.”— Ryan Burge ? (@ryanburge) November 20, 2022
Lots of white evangelicals agree with this. Lot less LDS. That’s interesting.
Muslims and Hindus are very high on this measure – Buddhists are a lot lower.
Older atheists/agnostics are more likely to agree. pic.twitter.com/c0FneBSMOr
Very cool interactive tool that uses the Cooperative Election Study to look at racial resentment and hostile sexism across various demographics. Here’s racial resentment by religious tradition. Predictable result.https://t.co/cn20HZZxhj pic.twitter.com/BYwVsUGUVX— Samuel Perry (@profsamperry) November 22, 2022
What is Christian nationalism? pic.twitter.com/t1c0vHgAW7— Andrew Whitehead (@ndrewwhitehead) November 22, 2022
In January 2021, the group that was most likely to be “very worried” that they were going to be banned from social media was white evangelicals.— Ryan Burge ? (@ryanburge) November 21, 2022
Atheists and agnostics were the least concerned.
These responses tend to track with partisanship – Jews are the big exception, tho. pic.twitter.com/zzhbgw6bhE
These are great numbers from Professor Samuel Perry.
If you look only at the numbers, you can see that White Christian Nationalism draws most of its strength from White evangelical Protestants. These people are far more focused on winning and wielding power than other groups who are more inclined to purity spiraling and losing. White Christian Nationalists are more opposed to gay marriage and feminism. They are far more ethnocentric.
Back in 2016, the Alt-Right used to accuse conservatives of being beautiful losers and cuckservatives, but we have come full circle. Now, it is White evangelical Protestant conservatives who want to win and wield power at all costs and it is Alt-MSNBC who have become the preening cucks and losers!