The hosts of The View only know what the DNC tells them.
They dutifully follow the Democrat Party’s pre-approved talking points.
But when Whoopi Goldberg went after Ron DeSantis, it blew up in her face.
Democrats are struggling to defend the neo-Marxist doctrine of critical race theory (CRT).
They have been caught playing the double game of declaring CRT is not being taught in schools, but also commenting how it’s a good thing CRT is being taught in schools.
That’s what happened when Whoopi Goldberg of The View wanted to see proof that CRT was being taught in K-12 schools.
During the show, Goldberg said Governor Ron DeSantis is running a state where he decides what’s being taught in schools.
Goldberg said, “I wish somebody would show me a book, okay? Show me the schoolbook that everybody is talking about that’s teaching CRT.”
Co-host Sunny Hostin chimed in and said CRT was only being taught in law school – where the curriculum was first born.
But that isn’t true.
CRT is one version of critical theory, which far-left academics intend to put into practice, meaning they apply the tenets of CRT into the lesson plans without teaching the origins of the college-level theory.
Goldberg added, “I want to see the one they’re doing with the little kids. I want to see that book. But I’m demanding it now, because I’m tired of it. You know, that book that you think your kids have been learning from is a book about what has happened in our country. And the more you try to avoid things that have already happened, we are going to be facing it again.”
Well, Goldberg should be careful what she wishes for because there are countless examples.
For instance, the school district of Fairfax County, Virginia, bought copies of Ibram X. Kendi’s book “How to Be an Antiracist” as well as workbooks to go along with it.
Kendi argues the only remedy for past discrimination is current discrimination, which is essentially CRT.
The core idea of CRT is that any laws that lead to disparities between racial groups are de facto racist, however, the argument has since been broadened to suggest that any societal disparities between racial groups are a result of unjust discrimination.
Another book found in schools is called “Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness,” where whiteness is literally “the devil.”
SCOOP: At least 25 public school districts in 12 states are now teaching "Not My Idea," a book that claims "whiteness" is the devil, luring children with the promise of "stolen land [and] stolen riches."
Critical race theory is driving public education—and must be stopped. pic.twitter.com/FRzpxywwbj
— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) July 8, 2021
Several state’s departments of education have reading lists on their website that include books such as “Critical Race Theory: An Introduction.”
The basic ideologies of CRT are 100% being infused into lesson plans – and not just history.
“Woke” teachers in all subjects are weaving its messaging into their lessons and assignments.
For example, students have been given the assignment to write about someone in their family who is racist.
CRT adherents are in a cult, and they’re blatantly indoctrinating young children.