Christina Greer: A Different Kind of Catholic School Molester
Christina Greer, a Fordham University professor, who happens to be black, wasted no time in proving the prediction I had made was right. I had predicted that it wouldn’t take 24 hours before some so-called “African-American(s)” like Greer turned up on MSNBC saying that Mollie Tibbetts was just “some [white] girl from Iowa.” I also predicted blacks would make the same arguments we’ve heard before, that America doesn’t care when a black child goes missing, it only matters when a white child goes missing.
As already noted, we didn’t have to wait long before that was heard. Greer, a Black Ethics professor and a political scientist, wasted no time in proving blacks like her have no ethics as she molested the memory of Mollie Tibbetts.
To be fair, Greer did later the following day Tweet an apology saying: “Yesterday I said something flippant that was unintended. Mollie Tibbetts was a promising young woman who lost her life. My hope is that her family will find peace and justice and that her murder is not used to justify a discriminatory immigration policy.” #Apologiesaremyown.
Greer’s apology was at best a left-handed dig at President Trump. As Dr. Charles Stanley of “In Touch Ministries” once said: “If there is no heart in a person’s confession, it is meaningless.”
Which brings me to a few thoughts I have on what Greer had to say. The first thing I would point out is that Mollie Tibbetts didn’t lose her life as Greer stated. She had it brutally and viciously stolen from her by an illegal alien who had no right or business being here. It has been reported that Cristhian Bahena Rivera, has confessed to the murder. It has also been reported that allegedly Rivera had been using stolen identification and that his employer and co-workers knew him by name associated with the stolen identification. It has also been reported that he was in possession of a stolen vehicle. Greer’s casually saying that Mollie Tibbetts “lost her life” is a gross understatement.
I also point out to Greer, that America’s immigration policies are not “discriminatory” to anyone who is here legally. To hold illegal aliens accountable for breaking the sovereign laws of our nation’s borders is not a discriminatory act; it is an act of law enforcement. Being an illegal alien is not a victimless crime. Unless Greer and those like her consider identify theft and fraudulently obtaining of taxpayer-funded entitlements are victimless crimes.
I said in an on-air interview that Mollie Tibbets, Kate Steinle, Jamiel Shaw, Kayla Cuevas, Nisa Mickens, and thousands of other innocent Americans could have lost their lives by falling off a ladder, by being run over by a truck, by being struck by lightning or in Chicago being gunned down by gangbangers. But they were not – they were viciously murdered by illegal aliens – which makes it entirely different. The blood of these young people is on the hands of politicians and every single person who supports illegal aliens.
If Greer and those like her actually cared about children and specifically black children, they would be marching into Chicago en masse demanding the removal of Mayor Rahm Emanuel. They ask President Trump to activate the National Guard to help police regain control of Chicago and put an end to the unprecedented murder rate, especially since nearly all of the dead and wounded are resultant of blacks killing and maiming other blacks.
Mollie Tibbetts was no more just a “white girl in Iowa,” than Jamiel Shaw was just a young man in California.
Mollie Tibbetts, Kate Steinle, and tens of thousands of other young men, women, and children were America’s “dreamers.” They were the “dreams” of their families and friends. They were also the future of our country. Who is to say that any one or more of those like Mollie Tibbetts may not have contributed to America in a way anyone could have imagined? But we will never know, because they were robbed of that opportunity.
If Greer and those like her were as committed to ending the senseless murders in Chicago, the murder of innocent children by abortion, and advocating for married two-parent households, i.e., one man and one woman, as they are to blaming whites, protecting illegal aliens and attacking President Trump – America would be on the way to the social prosperity our Founding Fathers envisioned.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here