Critical race theory (CRT) has become one of the largest concerns in America as various groups attempt to make it a required part of professional and educational life. CRT is the idea that America is, at its foundation, a racist country that continues to allow white people to benefit from the continued practice of discrimination and prejudice today. It advocates a form of original sin for white people and a perpetual status of victimhood for minorities, especially black people.
The bottom line is, it teaches racism, bigotry, hate, and dependence, and the war against CRT has begun, and one Florida mother is on the front lines, tearing it apart. While the left would love to write this opposition off as an attempt by white people to hold onto power, but Quisha King is a black woman, and she has some things to say about CRT that everyone needs to hear.
Representing the group Moms for Liberty, King demolished CRT and the obvious division of race it’s attempting to push on the population.
“Just coming off of May 31st, marking the 100 years of the Tulsa riots, it is sad that we are even contemplating something like critical race theory, where children will be separated by their skin color and deemed permanently oppressors or oppressed in 2021,” she said.
King then immediately checked one of the aspects of the left’s arguments that they haven’t yet considered.
“That is not teaching the truth unless you believe that whites are better than blacks,” she added.
King explained that what CRT really is isn’t the education of oppression of black people in American history but that a hierarchy exists within America that lists groups as evil, namely the white, heterosexual, able-bodied male and puts them in the status of oppressor and everyone else as “oppressed.”
“I don’t know about you, but telling my child or any child that they are in a permanent oppressed status in America because they are black is racist, and saying that white people are automatically above me, my children or any child is racist as well,” she said.
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