Greg Gutfeld took apart Critical Race Theory during his monologue last night, with a specific warning as to how quickly it seems to be infiltrating our military and our schools.
The monologue starts off with a little recognition of just how crazy Joe Biden’s weird whispering was yesterday.
— Gutfeld! (@Gutfeldfox) June 25, 2021
Gutfeld then took on the Joint Chiefs Chairman, Gen. Mark Milley, over saying how he wants people to study Critical Race Theory and understand “white rage,” that he wants to understand what caused thousands of people to assault the Capitol and “try to overturn the Constitution.” We reported more on Milley’s remarks, where my colleague Streiff does a great dissection.
At what point did anyone determine that the riot at the Capitol had anything at all to do with race or “white rage?” What the heck does that even mean? It’s a common talking point pushed by the Democrats and liberal media. We saw House Speaker Nancy Pelosi take that to an even more insane extension, claiming the “root causes” of the Capitol riot were “white supremacy, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia.” But more concerning than the political hackery of Pelosi is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs saying something like this, not seeming to realize or care that he’s the one pushing division in the military if he is promoting CRT.
“So, he wants to study CRT as if it’s something rare like a rational CNN host. But you know, there’s other stuff soldiers could be studying, like how to say “halt” in Chinese and Russian. Or detect actual threats to our country.
For example threats like a pernicious half-baked theory that divides a country into oppressors and oppressed, using nonsense terms like “White rage” that amount to a cultish, pseudoscientific indoctrination. “White rage” sounds like some sort of steamy hot latte you can get at Sheldon Whitehouse’s country club.” […]
Now, if you wanna destroy a country – the first step would be to get its military to incorporate race-based self-immolation.
Indeed. As Gutfeld points out, the
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