Former American sports journalist Jason Whitlock believes Americans have the capacity to be abolitionists of fear. And that’s why he returned to the reporting world to start “Fearless”: a platform that will showcase his podcast of the same name, and eventually, a writing vertical.
In an op-ed published on The Blaze, Whitlock wrote, “On the surface, Fearless will look a little different from the rest of the Blaze Media family. But our love of country will be just as strong, our appreciation for this nation’s founding documents just as sincere, and our search for liberating truths just as intense.”
To bolster the Fearless announcement, the op-ed focused on the ways in which fear has embedded itself into everyday life of Americans—most notable in social media, the recent unraveling of racial climate and cancel culture.
“He’s been canceled, crucified by a toxic secular culture that bullies His believers with threats to expose their sins,” Whitlock said.
He continued with references to his sinful past and the mistakes he made along his secular career with Kansas City Star, AOL Sports Foxsports.com, ESPN and OutKick.com.
Through this, he came to realize, “I’m someone who knows that in order for me to make better decisions—in all aspects of my life—I need Jesus.”
He continued, “My testimony is amazing. It’s further evidence of the power of faith and the availability of the American dream.”
On how the American dream is alive despite efforts to manipulate and disregard its value, Whitlock said the 400-year African American journey is “proof the American dream is real and attainable.”
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SOURCE: Charisma News