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Black father explodes at Critical Race Theory during school board meeting

"A black father in Illinois sounded off in a viral speech at a local school board meeting about the dangers of Critical Race Theory, saying that the far-left ideology “deliberately” teaches kids “to hate each other.”

“When you talk about Critical Race Theory, which is pretty much gonna be teaching kids how to hate each other, how to dislike each other … it’s pretty much what it’s all going to come down to,” Ty Smith said. “You going to deliberately teach kids, this white kid right here got it better than you because he white? You going to purposely tell a white kid, ‘Oh, the black people are all down and suppressed.’ How do I have two medical degrees if I’m sitting here oppressed?”

Video and full transcript on The Daily Wire

What he said is excellent and so true.  

CRT is nothing more than an agenda to keep people divided to make us easier to concur.  


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( June 20th, 2021 @ 7:05 am )
 
The NC bill to ban CRT is being bottled up by Phil Berger in the NC Senate. It has passed the House. Berger is bottling up a lot of conservative bills like the one to strip the governor of the emergency powers that Cooper has grossly abused. Is Phil Berger carrying water for Cooper or does he just lack the 'nads to move on these bills?



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