A Conversation With Virstyne Henry: AKA Truther Talk

A wide ranging conversation with Virstyne Henry one of the partners of "Truther Talk."

Virstyne and her partner April have been doing Truther Talk since 2014. What began as an exploration of the safety of vaccines for children led them to a wider range of topics, eventually leading Virstyne to politics. She is skeptical about what we are all told by our leaders and the media and she examines issues seeking the truth. She is a refreshing and interesting voice that needs to be heard.

In our conversation, we discussed her political awakening and how her views have evolved. She also discussed her views on how history is taught, particularly Black history and slavery and how it affects Blacks and Whites in America. We also talked about what Candace Owens called "ideological slavery," where African-Americans are expected to play a certain ideological role rather than have their own opinion on things.

Virstyne Henry is a teacher, singer-songwriter and video blogger and extremely bright and engaging and I hope you enjoy our conversation. You'll be seeing a lot more of her on Political Storm!

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daveelli
daveelli

Editor

Obama lost the respect of a large number of Americans when he went around the world apologizing for the actions of The United States of America.

Pat Greer
Pat Greer

Editor

Enjoyed this. I think Obama was hampered by a Congress that refused to work with him, and agendas that focused more on legacy than actual impact.

isobel_j
isobel_j

Virstyne's point of view is refreshing. Will watch out for more truther talk posts!

daveelli
daveelli

Editor

Jon, I really enjoyed the conversation you had with Virstyne. You know my thoughts regarding the need for a better educated populace, so I particularly enjoyed her thoughts regarding History classes. They fit in well with my ideas that I recently shared on your site regarding how to improve race relations, and she brings it to an even higher level. I think Virstyne would find the racism and education chapters in my book to be of interest.

Sam Jenkins
Sam Jenkins

Editor

Go Virstyne!

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