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Chuck Todd Gets Stung as PBS Reporter Drops Facts on His Critical Race Theory Narrative


Quote:The race is on in the MSM to crush the movement against the teaching of Critical Race Theory in public school classrooms just as it’s gaining momentum across the country, with more and more parents, students, and educators rising up in opposition.

We need to look no further for examples of how the media’s war on CRT critics is playing out than “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd, who has made it his mission in recent weeks to proclaim the uprising over Critical Race Theory is nothing more than a faux outrage campaign “created out of thin air by a couple of producers at right-wing media outlets” that has teachers worried as to if “the Tucker Carlsons of the world will character assassinate them.”

Todd’s latest attack on the belief that there should even be an issue with CRT in the first place came during Sunday’s MTP program on NBC News. What started it was, instead of suggesting that concerned citizens attending school board meetings to warn against teaching CRT were being led astray by Tucker Carlson, PBS journalist Amna Nawaz drew on her firsthand reporting on CRT hotbed Loudoun County in Virginia to point out that the issue was “mobilizing people and resonating very deeply”:

And specific to this idea of critical race theory, I have to tell you, I just spent some time reporting on this county in Virginia about an hour outside of Washington. And to [GOP strategist and MTP panelist Brad Todd’s] point, this is something that is mobilizing people and resonating very deeply. It was about a 100-degree day. Dozens and dozens and dozens of parents, mostly white, in this largely affluent county, showed up to a school board meeting—for many of them, the very first school board meeting they’d ever attended—specifically because of this one issue.

Matters were further complicated for Todd, who you could tell from the clip below was chomping at the bit to refute what was being said, when GOP strategist Brad Todd (no relation) correctly noted that this was a grassroots movement driven by people who had become fed up with the education system after the pandemic started:

Brad Todd: That’s important to note, that you mentioned critical race theory a couple times. This is a parent-led backlash at the grassroots level.
Chuck Todd: But it’s manufactured —
Brad Todd: No.
Chuck Todd: — and then sort of —
Brad Todd: — elected officials —
Chuck Todd: — the fire was lit.
Brad Todd: I disagree. I think it started because parents have had it with the education bureaucracy after Covid. They’re fed up with it. They tend to trust Democrats when it comes to education funding, but they trust Republicans on education accountability. I think that what the backlash you’re seeing on critical race theory in schools is another example of parents trying to hold educators accountable.

A visibly agitated Chuck Todd then looked to NBC political analyst Cornell Belcher to rescue him. Watch:


The media and Democrats desperately need for Average Joes and Janes to believe that Critical Race Theory isn’t really a thing, isn’t really a threat to your children’s education and future. The growing opposition against the push to implement it in American classrooms, however, is a powerful signal to the Usual Suspects that the people they’re trying most to convince simply aren’t buying it.
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Quote:Illinois father and anti-Critical Race Theory warrior Ty Smith stood up for the children against the hateful ideology the hard-left is attempting to push on them and went viral as a result. At this point, the left would do all they could to discredit someone so effective at combating their message so that no one will listen to it, but Smith is noticing a complete lack of challenge and it’s easy to see why.

As Sister Toldja covered earlier this month, Smith hit the podium during a school board meeting and proceeded to demolish CRT through, not only personal examples, but pure logic that exposes the ideology for the hatred and racism it seeks to produce and how it’s the antithesis to a successful black community.

Smith appeared as a guest on Fox Business Channel during Monday’s episode of Varney & Co. where he and host Stuart Varney discussed the backlash he received to his viral video. Smith’s response? He mimicked a cricket.

“What was the reaction to you by people who support Critical Race Theory?” asked Varney.

“I’ll give you an example,” said Smith, before making the whistling sound. “They had nothing to say because, pretty much, the lifestyle that I came from, I was the very type of person that they were talking about, that was down, and suppressed, and oppressed, and disproportionate, and for me to be able to come out of that, to work my way through school to get where I am, I just call BS on it – it’s nonsense.”



To be sure, Smith is another example in the myriad of examples of how Critical Race Theory is wrong. As Smith made clear during his viral speech, he came from a background where his mother and father weren’t present, had to work his way through college, and yet he’s a successful man with two medical degrees. He’s also a successful YouTuber and radio show host.

Despite the left’s inability to launch a single legitimate attack against him, it hasn’t stopped them from lying about him in order to make others stop listening to him. However, it’s hard to deny the facts.

“What gets me is that, as soon as I said that, right, that seemed to have been the focus I noticed was mainly being played. But, I told like whoever these – I guess you’d call them the far left – it seems like they just wanted to focus on. So, now I have no degrees, I don’t have a wife, I don’t have any sons, I’m not a musician, I’m not a minister. I’m some actor that was placed there by the Republican Party and turns out I’m Candace Owens’ brother!” he said.

If that’s all Smith has to worry about, then it’s clear he’s already won and that his message is going to succeed over those trying to block it.

Smith’s message was destined to win anyway. If there’s one group of people who would be overwhelmingly negatively affected by the teaching of CRT to children, it’s the black community. Black children would feel as if they can’t do anything and that they’re forever a lower class in America unless a violent revolution occurred. White children would be taught to hate themselves, which would have all sorts of negative effects on them growing up, including depression and timidity. They would work to make themselves less than what they are. This would result in a very racist generation of adults who won’t reach their full potential in both the white and black communities.

As Smith pointed out using himself as an example, the entire concept of CRT is a lie in the first place and shouldn’t be taught in our schools as factual, and if the parents continue to fight as hard as they are, then it never will be.

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Quote:Illinois father and anti-Critical Race Theory warrior Ty Smith stood up for the children against the hateful ideology the hard-left is attempting to push on them and went viral as a result. At this point, the left would do all they could to discredit someone so effective at combating their message so that no one will listen to it, but Smith is noticing a complete lack of challenge and it’s easy to see why.

As Sister Toldja covered earlier this month, Smith hit the podium during a school board meeting and proceeded to demolish CRT through, not only personal examples, but pure logic that exposes the ideology for the hatred and racism it seeks to produce and how it’s the antithesis to a successful black community.

Smith appeared as a guest on Fox Business Channel during Monday’s episode of Varney & Co. where he and host Stuart Varney discussed the backlash he received to his viral video. Smith’s response? He mimicked a cricket.

“What was the reaction to you by people who support Critical Race Theory?” asked Varney.

“I’ll give you an example,” said Smith, before making the whistling sound. “They had nothing to say because, pretty much, the lifestyle that I came from, I was the very type of person that they were talking about, that was down, and suppressed, and oppressed, and disproportionate, and for me to be able to come out of that, to work my way through school to get where I am, I just call BS on it – it’s nonsense.”



To be sure, Smith is another example in the myriad of examples of how Critical Race Theory is wrong. As Smith made clear during his viral speech, he came from a background where his mother and father weren’t present, had to work his way through college, and yet he’s a successful man with two medical degrees. He’s also a successful YouTuber and radio show host.

Despite the left’s inability to launch a single legitimate attack against him, it hasn’t stopped them from lying about him in order to make others stop listening to him. However, it’s hard to deny the facts.

“What gets me is that, as soon as I said that, right, that seemed to have been the focus I noticed was mainly being played. But, I told like whoever these – I guess you’d call them the far left – it seems like they just wanted to focus on. So, now I have no degrees, I don’t have a wife, I don’t have any sons, I’m not a musician, I’m not a minister. I’m some actor that was placed there by the Republican Party and turns out I’m Candace Owens’ brother!” he said.

If that’s all Smith has to worry about, then it’s clear he’s already won and that his message is going to succeed over those trying to block it.

Smith’s message was destined to win anyway. If there’s one group of people who would be overwhelmingly negatively affected by the teaching of CRT to children, it’s the black community. Black children would feel as if they can’t do anything and that they’re forever a lower class in America unless a violent revolution occurred. White children would be taught to hate themselves, which would have all sorts of negative effects on them growing up, including depression and timidity. They would work to make themselves less than what they are. This would result in a very racist generation of adults who won’t reach their full potential in both the white and black communities.

As Smith pointed out using himself as an example, the entire concept of CRT is a lie in the first place and shouldn’t be taught in our schools as factual, and if the parents continue to fight as hard as they are, then it never will be.

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True dat. Good post. keep 'em comin'. There's a LOT of folks out there that can attest to why CRT and the left are full of it and just plain WRONG...and 'sbout time we hear from them. get off the Democrap Plantation and join your brothers and sisters in making a better world today. Another +3.
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On the other hand, unlike some, I still believe there are more good people than bad, and more who want to come together than rip us apart. Sorry, Joe. people like this do exist...and there's more of them...


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(06-09-2021 03:55 PM)Was SoMs Eagle Wrote:  In the end they cut off her mich. [sic] The left can’t stand scrutiny. They fear the light of truth.

Guessing comments are limited to 1 minute?
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(06-09-2021 03:55 PM)Was SoMs Eagle Wrote:  In the end they cut off her mich. [sic] The left can’t stand scrutiny. They fear the light of truth.
Guessing comments are limited to 1 minute?

As you state, that is a guess.

So I'll make another guess, that the rule was not enforced against those with favorable comments.
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(06-09-2021 03:55 PM)Was SoMs Eagle Wrote:  In the end they cut off her mich. [sic] The left can’t stand scrutiny. They fear the light of truth.

Guessing comments are limited to 1 minute?

Comments are limited to reduce butthurt to the board.
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here's another Black Father who is against CRT:

https://twitter.com/ConceptualJames/stat...8423041024

A black father in Michigan blasted Critical Race Theory during a recent school board meeting in Caledonia, Michigan.

Ian Rice, whose wife and mother of his children is white, demanded that the anti-white racist curriculum will teach his daughter that “her mother is evil,” and cause children of different races “to hate each other.”

Amazing parent testimony on Critical Race Theory in our schools. pic.twitter.com/Llbe0yBn4U

— James Lindsay, uncitable (@ConceptualJames) July 5, 2021

“This theory was never meant to be brought into grade schools, high schools—at all. It’s actually taught in the collegiate atmosphere—and more importantly, the legal portion of the collegiate atmosphere—to see different laws through the lens of race…from an ethical standpoint, not for grade schoolers and high schoolers,” Rice began.

A big problem with teaching this crap to younger children, he explained, is that the teachers are not qualified to do so.

“Instead, they’re using it as their own agenda to indoctrinate the kids to hate each other,” he said.

Rice also addressed the racism against white people.

"Critical race theory is teaching that white people are bad. That’s not true. That would teach my daughter that her mother is evil.”

“What is your criteria to educate the educators?” Rice asked. “And who are you to educate my children—or any of our children—in life issues? That’s our job. Your job is to teach them math and science. Our job is to teach them about life.”

"I believe that racial issues and tensions in America are nowhere near what they used to be decades ago," said the Black father at the school meeting.
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If a girl is assaulted in an area of the school that should have been sacrosanct then the decision-makers who made her assault possible by changing the access to that space should be held accountable. But holding those decision-makers accountable will not undo the mental and physical damage done to the victim. Damage done.
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Eventually outraged parents will start hunting them.
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What do you know, Another American standing up to the wrongful propaganda of the Marxist Leftists.

video link: https://www.projectveritas.com/news/brea...drens-toy/


Quote:Hasbro toy company is pushing Critical Race Theory onto its workers

Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been infecting academia for almost thirty years now, and generations of college students have left those institutions and infected corporate America. The latest corporation infected with CRT is Hasbro, a company that makes some of the most popular toys in America. David Johnson, a packaging engineer who works for Harvey Nash, which contracts with Hasbro, brought to Project Veritas evidence of the CRT training employees and contract employees are forced to undergo.

The program Hasbro requires employees to attend is put on by a company called "the conscious kid" (tck). If you go to the company's website, you find pastel colors, cute pictures, and a baby-esque font. The company boasts that it is "an education, research, and policy organization dedicated to equity and promoting healthy racial identity development in youth. We support organizations, families and educators in taking action to disrupt racism in kids."

What the training materials that Johnson brought to Project Veritas show is that "disrupting racism in kids" means saying that America is so systemically racist that, by the time they're toddlers, America's children have drunk in that racism with their mothers' milk.

The home page boasts that tck works with Google to "to curate a list of reading materials and lesson plans to support inclusive, anti-racist K–12 classrooms." In other words, CRT is in your child's classroom. It's also on your child's television. Not only is Nickelodeon pushing transgenderism on America's children, tck boasts that "[i]n partnership with Nickelodeon, we provided resources to support conversation and action around race and racism with kids."

The co-founders of tck are Katie Ishizuka and Ramón Stephens, who have achieved some measure of celebrity. In December, Today's Parent raved about their "teaching us how to raise anti-racist children." The irony is thick here because their entire push is to focus obsessively on race and to demonize Whites as people who victimize (the obviously pathetic) Blacks.

One of tck's resources is "racial trauma and ways to cope." A guy named Dr. George James, who studied psychology and "Africana Studies," validates microaggressions. He also says George Floyd, a violent felon who died from a heart attack after inserting fentanyl in his rectum and fighting with police, and Breonna Taylor, whose boyfriend shot at police who had announced their entrance into his home, were murdered. And he says Blacks are pretty much overwhelmed by racism at all times and in all places in America. James apparently makes a good living with this victim narrative.

And then there's Hasbro, which hired tck. Hasbro, founded almost a hundred years ago, is a publicly traded company worth over $5 billion. The company made its name with Mr. Potato Head (assuming his gender, I'm sorry to say), and then introduced boys to G.I. Joe, that masculine symbol of aggression. I played with both as a child and managed to survive to a ripe old age without becoming a psychopath.

Nowadays, Hasbro is the parent company for such brands as Monopoly, Nerf, Playskool, My Little Pony, Transformers, and Tonka. Every home in America has Hasbro toys. Every child in America is affected by what Hasbro does.

{Also, Wizards of the Coast is a division of Hasbro, that's the folks that created Magic: The Gathering. The Progressive creep has been apparent in that game for a long time and is steadily increasing.}

Hasbro's reach matters to Johnson, who told Project Veritas's James O'Keefe that he "oppose[s] the indoctrination of children" and "introduce[ing] children into racial bias at an early age before they're really able to understand what race and racism is." He's right; that's exactly what Hasbro is doing through its relationship with tck.

Johnson brought to Project Veritas the videos Hasbro requires employees and contractors to watch, in which tck's Ishizuka and Stephens insist that racism in America is so systemic that children get it with the air they breathe and must be trained out of it. For Johnson, the whole idea is disgusting, and the fact that it's being marketed at Hasbro is worrisome:

[Critical Race Theory] uses a Marxist lens to look at people as oppressed and oppressors[.] ... [I]t divides people who have whiteness as the oppressor and people who lack it as the oppressed, and no matter what, you are split between those two groups. So, it's inherently divisive.

I think the end goal for 'Conscious Kid' is to make sure that Hasbro is going to use their lens and that Hasbro is going to push their principles through all levels of their product marketing and packaging.

Johnson is right. Watch the video and fight CRT wherever and whenever you see it. It's Marxist, it's anti-American, it's divisive, and it's evil. If you have kids, let Hasbro know you're not buying its products until it abandons all CRT training within every nook and cranny of its organization.

blog link: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/202...rkers.html

video link: https://www.projectveritas.com/news/brea...drens-toy/
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