Lance Wallnau: ‘There Never Was A White Supremacist Movement In The United States’

Right-wing preacher Lance Wallnau appeared on “The Jim Bakker Show” today, where he doubled down on his assertion that the recent “Unite the Right 2” rally that took place in Washington, D.C., was organized entirely by left-wing activists as an excuse to raise money for their causes, insisting that “there never was a white supremacist movement in the United States.”

“That was sheer manipulated news cycles,” Wallnau said. “There is no white supremacist movement in the United States and the proof of it is that only two dozen people showed up. By the way, there never was a white supremacist movement in the United States. And if you want to really drive Democrats crazy, the KKK and Jim Crow laws did have a history in the United States, but they were all in Democratic states.”

“So what does that tell you?” he asked. “That tells you that a makeover has been done politically so that the Republicans and the Christians are being smeared by a spirit of leviathan to look as though they’re the right-wing extremists.”

“Unite the Right, I believe, was organized by the left,” Wallnau stated. “I believe Unite the Right was organized by the left in order to get all of the left-wing activists funded … The protest is theater … So what you had was a massive surge of fundraising to the left off an artificial, fictional white supremacist movement which, of course, is ‘right-wing,’ it’s Unite the Right when, in fact, no one on the right is into that. It’s the left that is into racial politics.”