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The Sounds of Fundamentalism: IFB Evangelist Bill Grady and his Racist Jokes

Evangelist William (Bill) Grady
Evangelist William (Bill) Grady

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Today’s Sound of Fundamentalism is a video clip of Independent Fundamentalist Baptist (IFB) evangelist Bill Grady sharing his greatest racist jokes.

https://twitter.com/FakeSermon/status/1218556393264992261

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    Sharon

    I thot it was kinda funny, especially the Jews wandering in the wilderness looking for a quarter.

    Maybe it’s because I’m a Southerner. We’re used to people thinking we’re all idiot hillbillies. And even though stereotypes contain a grain of truth, I love it that, though I can be sensitive at times, I have a sense of humor, thank God, and admire others who do.

    Anyway, it sure sounds like a lot more fun than taking offense 24/7. I like people who have the ability to laugh at themselves.

    I admire Jews for their famous talent for making money. More power to them! It reminds me of Fiddler on the Roof:. “God, you made many poor people…. I realize it’s no shame to be poor. But it’s no great honor either!”

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