President Trump’s oped on racist Critical Race Theory slams the “left’s vile new theory” that “judges people by the color of their skin”…
“Far from advancing the beautiful dream of Martin Luther King Jr…the left’s vile new theory preaches that judging people by the color of their skin is actually a good idea.”
Trump’s oped, ‘A Plan to Get Divisive & Radical Theories Out of Our Schools, ‘ begins by calling out the divisive Biden presidency and its effort to inject toxic, anti-American theories like critical race theory into our schools.
‘There is no clearer example than the Biden administration’s new effort aimed at indoctrinating America’s schoolchildren with some of the most toxic and anti-American theories ever conceived. It is vital for Americans to understand what this initiative would do, what drives it, and, most importantly, how we can stop it.’
He calls out the left for teaching our children to hate America and believe America is evil.
‘Instead of helping young people discover that America is the greatest, most tolerant, and most generous nation in history, it teaches them that America is systemically evil and that the hearts of our people are full of hatred and malice.’
President Trump calls out the Biden administration for endorsing a rule published in the Federal Register aimed at inflicting a critical race theory-inspired curriculum on American schoolchildren. The rule explicitly cites the New York Times’ discredited “1619 Project” as a motivation. This is after President Trump signed an executive order to ban the theory in schools and then create the 1776 Commission to teach kids our history, including patriotism.
President Trump goes on to call for several reforms that “every concerned parent in America” should be demanding.
First, every state legislature should pass a ban on taxpayer dollars going to any school district or workplace that teaches critical race theory.
Second, each state should create its own 1776 Commission
Third, states need to pass laws requiring that all lesson plans have to be made available to parents
Fourth, parents need to organize locally
Fifth, any parent who objects to the material being taught to their child in public school should get an automatic voucher.
Sixth, states need to take back control of their schools of education and credentialing bodies.
Finally, states need to break the tenure monopoly in public K-12 schools.
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