Over the last week we’ve seen new ever more racist statements falling from the lips/fingers of Lori Alexander of The Transformed Wife. All the while screaming that she is no racist, even while arguing with ladies of color in her chat room. Why does Lori think she’s not a racist while making racist statements? Two things. The Bible does not speak of racism, so in her mind it does not exist. The other reason is more difficult and problematic. She’s a fan of Quiverfull pastor Voddie Baucham.
Ah yes, Voddie Baucham who seems to have fallen off the Evangelical radar, sort of their very own sole black pastor. An Uncle Tom who will say and do anything that works to get his way. Who spearheaded a lot of the whole disgusting purity movement, to the point where he stated in a video that daughters needed to sit in fathers laps to satisfy a father’s need for loving attention from young women. He and those damn purity rings. He filmed “Return of the Daughters” and was in league of Doug Phillips of Vision Forum and Geoff Botkin, father of the Botkin sisters and their Visionary Daughters movement.
This scene from the movie “Courageous” is supposedly modeled on Voddie Baucham and his teachings.
Holy incest Batman!
Our own Cindy Kunsman has written extensively about Voddie, and her interactions and her voluminous correspondence with a rather narcissistic him. Cindy’s history with Voddie can be found at her website. While Voddie was embraced by white Quiverfull he didn’t have quite as much success in the African American community. His own daughter Jasmine has turned against much of what he taught repudiating much of what she wrote at her long deleted blog Joyfully at Home.
This. THIS evil chaotic person and Uncle Tom is who Lori keeps mentioning in her pitiful attempts to be seen as ‘not racist’ What follows is a conversation with a lady of color attempting to make Lori understand the issues going on right now. Lori steadfastly refuses to understand, sticking her fingers in her ears like the Vacome lady in those Mad TV skits.
I am not entirely sure that Lori is Lori here. Some of this sounds more like Ken, than Lori. The singular focus, the verbiage. You decide.
This is just another version of “I can’t be a racist because I have a black friend”
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