Winning! Anti-Abortion Leader Emerges as White Nationalist Following Trump’s 2016 Victory

KRISTEN HATTEN. TRUMP WON HER OVER.

Kristen Hatten is getting the same treatment that any white person expressing white pride or white identity gets. Censored, fired, demonized, written up in the liberal media–it’s happening to Kristen.

She’s not apologizing though. I suspect that the iron fist coming down on her has made her even tougher.

KRISTEN’S HUSBAND, CURRENTLY IN THE MILITARY STATIONED IN AFRICA, HAS THREATENED ANYONE WHO F*CKS WITH HIS WIFE. LOL!

Excerpt from the Huffington Post

Anti-abortion groups are distancing themselves from a prominent writer, activist and thought leader in the movement who has leaned into white nationalism since Donald Trump’s election.

Kristen Walker Hatten, former vice president of the anti-abortion group New Wave Feminists and a contributor to The Dallas Morning News, has spoken at universities and events around the country about the need for mainstream feminism to embrace women who oppose abortion rights. She has written articles for Live Action News, the organization behind the heavily edited “sting” videos that inspired Republicans in Congress to investigate Planned Parenthood, and gained media attention in early 2017 when New Wave Feminists was ousted from a partnership with the Women’s March.

Hatten wrote in late 2016 that she found Trump to be so “creepy, gross and tacky” and such a “repugnant chauvinist” during his campaign that she quit the internet for a while to avoid reading about him. But after he won, something changed. Hatten began sharing white supremacist content on social media. She self-identified on Twitter as alt-right and “ethnonationalist” ― the same term used by white nationalist icon Richard Spencer. She mused on Facebook that immigrant “invaders” are replacing white Europeans in their own countries, and shared a post imploring Trump to grant “asylum” to white South Africans.

Making a wild guess, Ms. Hatten became attracted to Trump and white nationalism because she saw real MEN for the first time in her life.

I speculate that her criticism of Trump was just an echo of what she thought women were supposed to say about him. At some point she must have gotten in touch with her real feelings and did an about face.

“She basically pulled a complete 180 from anything we had ever seen,” said Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa, founder and president of New Wave Feminists and a former close friend of Hatten.

Hatten told HuffPost in an email that she doesn’t consider herself to be a white supremacist or even a racist.

“I admit to being racist by today’s standards, but I also think almost everyone is racist by today’s standards,” she wrote. “Is it racist to live in a majority white neighborhood? Send your kids to majority white schools? When I was a kid ‘racism’ meant hatred for another race and/or acting on that hatred. Now you’re a racist if you touch a black person’s hair because you think it’s pretty.”

Hatten added that while she is proud to be white, she does not identify as a white nationalist or a white supremacist because she believes all races have a right to their own homelands.

“I do see that Europe and the US are becoming… well, not European,” she wrote. “This concerns me not because I hate anyone, but for the same reason Japan would be concerned if the Japanese were becoming a minority in Japan. No people should be excited to become a minority in their homeland. It is contrary to human nature. I wouldn’t expect it of any race and I don’t think it should be expected of whites.”

Hatten’s views present a problem for the anti-abortion movement as it continues to jockey for mainstream acceptance and tries to distance itself from right-wing extremists. Throughout the history of the abortion wars, a great deal of violent energy has been generated at the confluence of anti-abortion activism and white supremacy. The first known murder of an abortion provider was committed by a former Klansman. The kinship isn’t hard to understand: Both are movements of the status quo, dedicated to preserving a white patriarchal order.

Today, white supremacists emboldened by Trump’s election are a lot more explicit about their political fellow-traveling. Neo-Nazis have been showing up at March for Life rallies around the country. A Rewire analysis found that the Family Research Council, a powerful evangelical anti-abortion group, is also deeply influential among white supremacists on social media.

And the movements share heroes: Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), one of the most vocal opponents of abortion rights in Congress, infamously said that children of undocumented immigrants have “calves the size of cantaloupes because they’re hauling 75 pounds of marijuana across the desert.” The conservative congressman, who has narrated a sonogram at a House hearing and compared abortion to “black genocide,” became a white supremacist icon after Richard Spencer compared one of his tweets ― “We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies” ― to neo-Nazi David Lane’s infamous “14 words” (“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”).

Lila Rose, the president of Live Action, echoed King’s rhetoric in an email about Hatten last week. She said Hatten no longer contributes to the group’s news site and “did not voice those views when she wrote for us,” but argued that abortion rights advocates are in fact the real racists.

“Institutionalized racism has also contributed to the deaths of millions of minority children in the womb,” she wrote.

Herndon-De La Rosa said she quietly kicked Hatten out of New Wave Feminists shortly after Trump became president and scrubbed every mention of her from the website when Hatten started to become a mouthpiece for the so-called alt-right. “As far as making a statement, I didn’t want to give this toxic garbage any more of a platform or attention,” she told HuffPost.

The Dallas Morning News also told HuffPost it will no longer publish anything by Hatten in light of her views.

Herndon-De La Rosa said Hatten’s journey to the far right appears to have been directly influenced by Trump’s election.

“Within a month, [Hatten’s] views got more extreme,” she said. “She was my best friend for seven years and I never heard anything like this coming out of her mouth. Everybody around her started doing damage control.”

Tensions between Hatten and Herndon-De La Rosa grew more pronounced earlier this month, when the latter wrote a Facebook post drawing attention to some of the things Hatten has shared on social media. Hatten responded with a long post defending herself and her ethnonationalist beliefs, but Facebook removed the post because it violated the site’s terms.

Meanwhile, Hatten’s husband, a reviewer at Guns.com who is currently deployed overseas with the U.S. military, issued a warning on Facebook “to any of you motherfuckers out in first world Facebook land” who might speak ill of his wife.

“I might be in Africa now,” he wrote, “but I’ll come home soon enough and pull your fucking heart out of your broken rib cage and eat it.”

Hmmm. Good pro-life women seem to attract strong men if Kristen is an example.

7 thoughts on “Winning! Anti-Abortion Leader Emerges as White Nationalist Following Trump’s 2016 Victory

  1. Without Planned Parenthood there would be 100 mio. Blacks in America instead of “only” 50 mio. The anti-abortion crowd usually are christian retards promoting the uncontrolled breeding of the underclass.
    God bless PP and Margaret Sanger!

    • Jeff your numbers are way off. Pat Buchanan is anti abortion and a Catholic. He says there have been 40 million total abortions in 40 years, not the 50 million blacks you talk about. Blacks are only 14% of the population so how could they have 125% of all the abortions? Probably 30 million or more white babies have been murdered and a mere 5 million or so blacks have been mercifully euthanized, plus 5 million mudbloods.
      In any case there are very few abortions in Africa and Muzzie nations, so be careful what you wish for. Fanatic Muslims will replace the “retard” Christians you despise. Abortion will be made illegal again – when white women are forced to become Muslims.

      • “Blacks are only 14% of the population so how could they have 125% of all the abortions?”
        Well, they are pretty good at beating the odds when it comes to rape and murder, so its not a big stretch….

  2. There is a lot of labeling and word play going on here. But the common enemy of all white Christians is the Jews. Jews attack pro-lifers just as they attack white nationalist but please understand the hatred by Jews is of white Christians, white Christian society and of Christ. Jews do not feel confident yet in attacking Christians directly, so they attack factions of civilized white Christian society, nationalist and pro-lifers. In the future Jews are going to do everything they can to prevent pro-lifers from aligning with nationalist in common cause. Such an alliance would be big big trouble for the Jews.

  3. She is not the sharpest chisel in the toolbox but is heading in the Right direction. She should come to this site and learn to avoid admitting to being a racist, which is a stupid thing to do IMO – for anyone that wants to lead a lot of whites and not just a handful. In court on a hate charge, previously admitting to being a racist means an automatic conviction in my opinion.
    “I admit to being racist by today’s standards” = blunder! Jews never admit to being racists, including Netanyahu when he is deporting all Africans or bombing Arab kiddies.
    Avoid all words used by the enemies of truth especialy “White Supremacy”, Anti-Semitic and racist. I am a Semitophobe and the only one in the world apparently. I am a racialist and never a racist. I believe whites are superior to blacks, but never “Supremacist”. I believe the world is run by Jew Supremacists and not by the Masons.

    Paladin why so much jewspew, can you not find an article on the same girl without so much vile bile from the jew Huff post?

    Only a jew could say with Chutzpah that this is “infamous”…
    “neo-Nazi David Lane’s infamous “14 words” (“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”). ”

    Steve King “We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies”. He could have added “while aborting 1 million American babies every year”.

    Here is just some of the vile bile jew spew hate from part of that one article, note all the code words….
    racist
    hatred
    proud to be white
    white nationalist
    white supremacist
    homelands.
    anti-abortion movement
    right-wing extremists.
    abortion wars
    a great deal of violent energy
    anti-abortion activism and white supremacy.
    murder
    former Klansman.
    a white patriarchal order.
    white supremacists emboldened by Trump’s
    political fellow-traveling. Neo-Nazis have been showing up
    a powerful evangelical anti-abortion group
    white supremacists on social media.
    infamously said that children of undocumented immigrants have “calves the size of cantaloupes because they’re hauling 75 pounds of marijuana across the desert.”
    compared abortion to “black genocide,” (said Steve King – oh oh).
    became a white supremacist icon
    neo-Nazi David Lane’s infamous “14 words” (“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”).
    argued that abortion rights advocates are in fact the real racists.
    “Institutionalized racism has also contributed to the deaths of millions of minority children in the womb,” she wrote. (De La Rosa the spic)
    Herndon-De La Rosa said she quietly kicked Hatten out of New Wave Feminists
    I didn’t want to give this toxic garbage any more of a platform or attention,” she told HuffPost.
    The (((Dallas Morning News))) also told (((HuffPost))) it will no longer publish anything by Hatten in light of her views.
    defending herself and her ethnonationalist beliefs, but (((Facebook))) removed the post because it violated the site’s terms.

  4. So she’s learned another hard fact about life (probably still hasn’t learned to not tap down dynamite with a hammer) that the white race is the only race tolerant of minorities. The black, the Indian, the Hispanic and the Asian crush other races once they are the majority. Because they are civil does not mean they formed a civilization. That concept passed them by wholly. As far as love goes, even that emotion may be beyond their conception. They have proven to be exceptionally barbaric towards their own kind. Probably because they can not distinguish true evil but embrace it as another cultural marker. If that were not so then why did the white race embrace Christianity and not only expanded it but spread it as well? It was offered to the Jew first but he completely rejected it.

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