Shaun King of Black Lives Matter: Christianity is ‘white supremacy disguised as religion’ 3

New York Daily News columnist, Black Lives Matter activist, and fake black person Shaun King said that some Christians’ faith is not really faith at all, but “white supremacy disguised as religion.”

King made the comments on Twitter Monday shortly after the Supreme Court decided to take up in October President Donald Trump’s travel ban case.

The nine justices allowed parts of the travel ban to go into effect until October, and asked the parties in the case to determine whether the case would be moot by October, since the ban on individuals traveling from six Muslim-majority Middle Eastern countries would last only 90 days, and the ban on refugees coming to the U.S. would end after 120 days — roughly the same amount of time between now and late October.

About an hour or so after the ruling, King took to Twitter to mock Christians, but more specifically, white Christians.”

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“To support a ban on immigrants & refugees, while calling yourself a Christian, is not faith, it’s white supremacy disguised as religion,” King tweeted. In a separate tweet, King called Christians’ faith “fake as a $3 bill.”

King served as the pastor at Courageous Church, a Christian church in Atlanta, from 2009 to 2011, according to BuzzFeed.

King didn’t stop at attacking white Christians, though. He further alleged that Trump and conservatives don’t care about reducing violence.

“Trump, and conservatives, don’t have any real interest in making America safe, or lessening the violence,” King tweeted.

New York Daily News columnist and Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King said Monday that some Christians' faith is "white supremacy disguised as religion." King served for two years as the pastor of Courageous Church, a Christian church in Atlanta. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)
New York Daily News columnist and Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King said Monday that some Christians’ faith is “white supremacy disguised as religion.” King served for two years as the pastor of Courageous Church, a Christian church in Atlanta. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

“That’s a ruse, a fabrication,” the liberal columnist and activist said.

The tweet included a link to one of King’s earlier tweets in which he called for “white men” to be banned. His rationale for the absurd suggestion was that white men are responsible for “most terrorist attacks and mass shootings.”

“Most terrorist attacks and mass shootings are from white men. Most police are killed by white men too. BAN THEM,” King tweeted.