Race hustler and Boston University professor Ibram X. Kendi, the most prominent proponent of the divisive, neo-Marxist Critical Race Theory (CRT), made a surprise visit at Fenway Park on Monday night where he threw out the first pitch for the Boston Red Sox.
“Historic Fenway Park is right around the corner from Boston University,” tweeted Kendi as he shared a video of the big moment. “And tonight, I walked over and threw out the first pitch at the Boston Red Sox game. Never thought I’d do this. This thing we call life is something.”
Indeed it is. Life is something when a racist intellectual fraud like Ibram X. Kendi (whose real name is the much less African-sounding Ibram Rogers) can rake in hundreds of thousands of dollars annually in speaking fees to scold white people for not being sufficiently anti-white.
That’s not to mention his bestselling books like the children’s book Goodnight Racism, in which he indoctrinates children into his race-obsessed, anti-white worldview. Race-hustling is lucrative work if you can get it.
Yes, this thing we call life is something, if you’re a Progressive hate-monger exploiting and exacerbating racial animosity and guilt.