Candace Owens Controversy: The Keynote Address at Faulkner University Will Be Given by Candace Owens, a Controversial Right-Wing Commentator!
At the annual benefit event at Faulkner University in Montgomery, Candace Owens, a controversial conservative commentator, will give the keynote lecture. The lowest-priced tickets for the event will cost $40,000.
In addition to claiming that the 2020 presidential election would be rigged and giving the appearance that he supports Adolf Hitler’s domestic plans for 2019, Owens has lately had his tweets published by the Russian embassy in the United States as part of a Russian disinformation attempt.
The benefit dinner is “a historic tradition and a red-letter event on the social calendar every year for Montgomery and the River Region, selling out to approximately 2,000 people each year,” as Faulkner puts it. It “sells out to roughly 2,000 visitors each year,” Faulkner added, so the supper must be popular.
The “underwriter” level of sponsorship for the dinner on October 6 costs $40,000 and includes 16 premium-level tickets as well as a photo pass good for four persons in one picture taken at the event. A single general admission ticket costs $150, which is the cheapest option.
Owens established Blexit, a movement that encourages black voters to switch from the Democrats to the Republicans. She implied last week that the sanctions imposed on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine constituted “discrimination” against the Russian people and used the phrase “Russian lives count” to make her case.
It is dreadful how Russians are treated in the United States and elsewhere. The fact that our government institutions and leaders permit and, at times, encourage such prejudice speaks volumes in the wake of global “black lives matter” hysteria. Over Twitter, she expressed her belief that “Russian lives matter.” Owens’ detractors claimed the retweet was part of a “planned disinformation operation” by the Russian government, and pointed to the fact that the Russian embassy in the US had shared it.
The Day After the 2020 Presidential Election
Owens claimed that the election “was certainly rigged,” echoing a long-held belief of Donald Trump’s. Even in the year, 2019 Owens seemed to agree with Hitler’s internal policies in Germany. Many Twitter users who regularly discuss politics were outraged by this.
The term “nationalism” isn’t offensive to me in the slightest. In my opinion, the definition of globalism has been tainted by elitists who seek it for their own ends. Because I don’t want globalism, the first thing that comes to mind for most people in the United States when we mention “nationalism” is Hitler, she explained. He was a nationalist at heart. But if Hitler simply wanted Germany to succeed, that’s fine by me
The issue was that he had strong aspirations to leave Germany and settle somewhere else. His goal was to make all of humanity’s networks interoperable.
He was of the opinion that everyone should be ethnically German and linguistically monoglot. It’s safe to assume that everyone’s physical appearance will vary. That doesn’t seem like nationalism to me. I don’t have a problem with nationalism when I consider the potential downsides of globalization. Actually, I don’t. That’s fine with me.