Don’t believe the establishment and far-left activist narrative that public schools aren’t teaching children to hate themselves simply because of the color of their skin — in other words Critical Race Theory (CRT).
A clip circulating on Twitter from a recent Loudoun County School Board meeting shows a mother claiming that her 6-year-old asked her if “she was born evil because she was a white person.”
But where could the young child have learned something like that which would make her even ask the question in the first place?
“My 6 yr old somberly came to me and asked if she was born evil because she was a white person, something she learned in a history lesson at school,” the mother said.
Oh, so she learned in an elementary school where activist idiots like MSNBC’s Joy Reid always like to claim never takes place. These race hustlers will tell people any chance they get that CRT is NOT taught in schools.
And while the collegial application of CRT isn’t taught in school, a watered down version must be taught in schools in order for a white child to think she’s evil because of her skin color.
Loudoun Mom who moved her kids to private school, “My 6 yr old somberly came to me and asked if she was born evil b/c she was a white person, something she learned in a history lesson at school.” @iandprior @fightforschools @DefendingEd @AsraNomani @JGunlock @Schilling1776 pic.twitter.com/7ZRIb1j1iL— NoVA Campaigns (@NoVA_Campaigns) October 26, 2021
The mother in the clip was at the meeting to call on the members of the board to step down following multiple examples of their incompetence, compounded by their alleged cover up of a female student being raped by a “boy in a skirt,” otherwise known as a transgender student.
You see, the school board was trying to implement gender neutral bathrooms and locker rooms, so the optic of a trans student raping another student wouldn’t have helped their case.
Between protecting “bisexual” or “trans” rapists and downplaying the indoctrination tool that is CRT, an endless stream of parents have a lot to be upset with — when they’re not getting slandered as “domestic terrorists.”