Annie Kelly at the New York Times Lied About Traditional Moms and Wife With A Purpose

For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places.” Eph 6:12

Annie Kelly at the New York Times has lied about me and claimed that I am a Nazi as well as a white supremacist (I will not link her article).

These “journalists” are fake news who, as Jesse Lee Peterson says, are “children of the lie.” They desperately need Christ.

It is absolutely outrageous that Ms. Kelly would make such a claim. I have never claimed whites are superior, I am not a national socialist or a “Nazi.” In fact, I talk have a long history on social media proving I am not a Nazi or a white supremacist.

It boggles my mind how these people can lie like this about me and place my family in danger over and over again for click bait and there’s essentially nothing, legally, I can do about it.

She makes the claim that my “white baby challenge” was racist. The fact is, I’ve explained in dozens of media outlets, the “white baby challenge” was a tongue-in-cheek way of bringing attention to declining birth rates in the ethnically European population.

It was not a literal challenge and, sorry, I’m not awarding any prizes if you have more children than me (though the children themselves are enough of a reward). For the Left to pretend otherwise or that the joke had anything to do with white supremacy is a lie.

We must stand up to these people! We must pray for them and pray for God’s protection against them. They have taken everything normal and healthy and labeled it “Nazism” and “White supremacy.”

Ideally the police and legal system need to get involved. Women like me should not live in fear for our lives and be hunted like animals simply for not being feminists, for being Christian and for not being ashamed of our ancestors. I’m not the only person who is targeted like this. They destroy peoples lives for click bait. This is not right, not morally and not legally.

Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.” Romans 12:19

Update: 6/2/18 I wrote Ms. Kelly a letter, here is s copy.
Dear Ms. Kelly,

I was recently the subject of your op-ed in the New York times regarding traditional mothers on Twitter. I was shocked and saddened that you chose to label me a “white supremacist” and a “Nazi.”
I am, in fact, none of these things. I have gone on the record hundreds of times on Youtube, in interviews, on social media and made my views extremely clear. I do not believe whites are superior in any way.
A simple google search of “wifewithapurpose” would have brought you to my website where my beliefs are clearly laid out. I am not a Nazi, I am not a national socialist and I firmly believe that all human beings are of equal worth in the eyes of God.
I am simply a happy, Christian, homemaker who is not ashamed of my heritage, my culture and my ancestors and I believe that all races and people should feel positively about their heritage, culture and ancestors. These beliefs are well documented.
You may not agree with traditional womanhood or motherhood but that does not give you the right to lie about me and place my family in danger. Your actions embolden mentally ill people who have threatened my family and my children.
I am writing to ask you to please remove the terms “white supremacist” and “Nazi” from the article you have written about me. For proof of my beliefs I have included links with evidence going back years.
Here is a recent piece from my website featuring Tweets I have made over the years about all races being equal in the eyes of God, it also features pictures of my children playing with their friends and family who come from all different ethnic backgrounds.
Here is a brief introduction to my Youtube channel explaining what I am all about.
I am not “Alt Right”
All of this information on me is easily available. It is unethical to write falsehoods about me that place my family in danger.
I would like a correction and a retraction printed immediately.
Ayla Stewart