On Tuesday, leftist podcast host and self-described "antiracism educator" Tim Wise called for the destruction of "white Alabama" if Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore wins the race, which he is currently leading.
"If white people elect Roy Moore in Alabama, no decent human being should ever spend another dime in that state, unless it is with a black owned business, or the Birmingham Civil Rights Museum," wrote Wise. "If Moore wins, it's time to destroy white Alabama like we should have 150 years ago."
Wise followed up the Woke tweet with clarification: not all Trump supporters are racists, but they are morons.
"After careful reflection I'll concede, not all Trump supporters are racists," he wrote. "But at this point they are all, by definition, idiots. And whether an idiot or a racist, I have no moral obligation to indulge your bulls*** or reach out to you. My obligation is to defeat you. Period."
Wise fancies himself a modern-day MLK, per his Patreon page.
"From combatting David Duke in the 1990s to community organizing in public housing to speaking around the country about institutional racism, I've been engaged in the movement for social justice for more than 25 years," he boasts. "And now I'm branching into the world of podcasting with Speak Out With Tim Wise, a project of Speak Out, the nation's premier non-profit speakers and artists' agency."
His social media bio similarly reads like parody:
Fighting alt-right Nazis since '89. Blocking 4chan/8chan trolls/Pepe meme/white nationalist losers since '16. Make America Great for the First Time
He also habitually posts about his disdain for President Trump and his supporters on said social media account. Take this gem, for example:
The ironically racist "antiracism educator" has been praised by leftist sites like Salon as "one of the United States’ leading antiracism activists." He's authored some anti-white and anti-Trump books, too, such as, “Dear White America: Letter to a New Minority,” and “Under the Affluence: Shaming the Poor, Praising the Rich and Sacrificing the Future of America."
Moore is currently leading his Democratic challenger after a stunning 8-point surge over the past couple weeks following sexual misconduct allegations from the past.