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Prof who organized ‘#ScholarStrike,' called God a 'white racist' named Catholics for Biden co-chair

University of Pennsylvania Professor Anthea Butler is among the Biden-Harris campaign’s “Catholics for Biden” coalition.

The Biden campaign told the National Catholic Reporter that Butler, a professor of Religious Studies and Africana Studies, serves as one of three dozen national co-chairs, with the goal of making former Vice President Joe Biden the second Catholic president in American history, according to Pew Research.

Recently, Campus Reform reported on Butler’s assertion that Republicans are “craven” and “evil.” In a Twitter thread, she said that the GOP is no longer a party, but an “ideology that has merged with the poisonous element of Trumpism” to “kill Democracy and America.”

In the same tweet thread, Butler referred to a “white, male, academic” priest friend of hers, who she said was misguided for wanting to "reach across the aisle."

“Folks, that day is over. We must make sure the Republican party is in tatters after the election," she said.

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