That is, the legend of America and the West as exclusively a racist, genocidal slave culture filled to the brim with racist, genocidal slavers, and only the rarest of saints standing firm against it. She has certainly embraced the BLM narrative. The piece is, not surprisingly, on the very Jesuit American Magazine podcost.
Of course as a high profile Catholic representative, she could labor to help the American black community overcome its staggering levels of violence, homicides, domestic violence, broken families, drug use, gangs, and abortion rates. Heck, she might even call out racism within the black community against non-blacks and against other blacks sometimes deemed not black enough.
But that might force issues that so many are unwilling to confront. Heck, it might even challenge a dominant leftwing narrative. Best to keep dragging America's sins out and stomping on them, especially as they pertain to Caucasians of European descent. We call that dodging by deflection.
By the way, in light of yet another story of a rap star being shot and killed, are there other musical genres with the same body count? I mean, is there the same level of murders and shootings and drug deaths in, say, polka music? Classical? Bluegrass? I don't know, I'm asking. Because it seems nary a month goes by without some form of killing, overdose or similar happening within the world of multi-millionaire rap stars. Is it just that I miss all those cello players and ukulele aficionados and their endless parade of homicides and drug violence? Or could something else be the matter?