To express his skepticism about the existence of any morally valid proof for the formula:
Somali Muslim + criticism of Jewish influence = white gentiles are evil
, Alabama representative Mo Brooks voted against the anti-ism resolution in the House on account of its failure to condemn anti-white and anti-Christian hate, both of which are hate crime categories tracked by the FBI (to be precise, “anti-Christian” is further divided into several denominational categories, but the point remains).
While there is no apparent reason to doubt Brooks’ sincerity on both accounts–whites and Christians have been on the receiving end of a lot of hate over the millennia!–“anti-white” causes more uncomfortable squirming among normies than “anti-Christian” does.
Consequently, it makes rhetorical sense to marry the two. Even though blacks are more likely to identify as Christian in the US than whites are, when the ideological totalitarians think of Christians, it’s hidebound whites clinging to guns and bibles who come to their minds.
The larger the basket of deplorables is, the better chance those deplorables have in withstanding the onslaught against them.
GSS variables used: RACECEN1(1)(2), HISPANIC(1), RELIG