Kyle J. Howard Says Biden Press Secretary Defending Abortion is “Dope”

In between hunting wolverines with his cousins in Alaska, engaging in secret underground wap battles, and twauma counseling, Kyle J. Howard has become a political pundit. And, he thinks that Jen Psaki, Joe Biden’s press secretary is “dope” for using feminist Standpoint Epistemology to defend abortion.


As previously reported (many, many times), Kyle J. Howard is a quarter black, was raised in a mixed ethnicity household by two parents who are attorneys in an affluent Atlanta suburb, and lives in his parents’ house and off of the money he raises off of Patreon as he pretends to be a “Racial Trauma Counselor.” A professional student and community organizer, the millennial (he barely makes the cut-off) has never had a real job, suffered real trauma, or has gone a single day without saying some kind of obvious lie on Twitter.

Claiming to have lived a secret gang life in high school (while on the debate team, keeping straight-As, and hiding it from his girlfriend – and now wife – and parents), the Crips happily let him go to seminary where he claimed to have worked for HeartCry Missionary Society (before we busted him on that lie and he took it down). He now claims to go down to the old ‘block’ where his former gang pals call him “Rev” and he helps them struggle through the trauma of “white privilege” hurting their innate Blackness. His wife is Asian, and his kids have a black blood quantum four times lower than Tiger Woods. Yet every day, Howard – who claims racism has made him fat – has new stories of microaggressions that have made his life a living hell.

We offered a $3000 bounty for any information substantiating any story of Howard’s “gang life,” but it’s still forthcoming. On Twitter, at least, it seems his BFF is Beth Moore, perhaps the only woman white and excluded from real society enough to believe any of his tales.


A video on Twitter from @TheRecount (click here to see it) recalled are reporter asking how it could be possible that Joe Biden is such a staunch supporter of infanticide while simultaneously a Roman Catholic, with the two being so contradictory.

For example, the New Catholic Encyclopedia, put out by the Vatican, reads…

After a certain stage of intrauterine development it is perfectly evident that fetal life is fully human. Although some might speculate as to when that stage is reached, there is no way of arriving at this knowledge by any known criterion; and as long as it is probable that embryonic life is human from the first moment of its existence, the purposeful termination (is immoral).

The Biden Administration, of course, is all worked up about it being slightly more difficult to kill babies in Texas.

As the story is told (seen below), a reporter (who was male) asked why Biden support infanticide while being a Romanist. His press secretary appealed to what is called feminist Standpoint Epistemology.

According to the Internet Encylopedia of Philosophy, Feminist Standpoint Epistemology (or Theory) is…

Feminist standpoint theorists make three principal claims: (1) Knowledge is socially situated. (2) Marginalized groups are socially situated in ways that make it more possible for them to be aware of things and ask questions than it is for the non-marginalized. (3) Research, particularly that focused on power relations, should begin with the lives of the marginalized. Feminist standpoint theory, then, makes a contribution to epistemology, to methodological debates in the social and natural sciences, to philosophy of science, and to political activism. 

In other words, if you’ve never been pregnant or cannot become pregnant, it’s none of your business what happens at Planned Parenthood. A good comparison of the rationality of this insanely irrational idea would be, “unless you are a Jew, or perhaps a Nazi, you have no business about what happens in the Holocaust.”

Statistically, more women are opposed to abortion than American men, so it’s nonsense on a whole other level to tell a man to be disinterested in what happens to babies in the womb. After all, they’re the ones who have to pay for that baby if it’s carried to birth (or else go to jail and/or have their wages garnished). And beyond that, it’s the natural tendency of men to protect women, 50% of whom are those who are killed in the womb.

But hey, it’s just another day in the Biden Administration. But this part is interesting.

It’s Dope

The “conservative Christian” Critical Race Theorist and Marxist with the hilarious speech problem (only because he calls it a “trans-cultural accent,” which is not a thing, and claims to have been a battle rapper but can’t pronounce “rapper”), says it’s – and we quote – “dope.”

Feminist Standpoint Epistemology isn’t “dope” for a Christian, but recently the infamous KJH said comparing abortion to slavery is “sinful” because slavery is waaaay worse, so it turns out that infanticide is the least of his problems.

He still tries to pass himself off as a conservative in social media. Part of our job, as polemicists, is to point out the wolves. He is one. P.S. We hope you enjoy this video (below).


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6 thoughts on “Kyle J. Howard Says Biden Press Secretary Defending Abortion is “Dope”

  1. The man is a godless, serial lying buffoon – and I’m being kind so Theresa doesn’t chastise me for my ‘fruit.’

  2. I don’t care how many “experts” write how many books on such standpoint theories, appealing to feelings, sob stories, circumstances, and other situational moral relativist manipulative mess that does nothing but obfuscate the issues, muddy the waters and create confusion, one’s own difficulties, perceived or real, are not an excuse to commit murder, plain and simple. Parenthood is difficult. Family life is difficult. Dealing with people is difficult. Life is difficult. That’s no excuse. One could rationalize the genocide of every human being on this planet with the “it’s difficult” excuse.

    That excuse only betrays the fact that she knows it’s murder.

    These progressives are something else. They claim to be so full of love, compassion, empathy, and caring. yet they rationalize the murder of an unborn child because “it’s difficult.” They don’t know the first thing about love or compassion.

  3. You may want to change the photo on this story. That’s not Kyle J. Howard, it’s Alfonso Ribeiro, and it’s misleading.

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