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Dems ready to advance Biden nominee that Republicans accuse of promoting critical race theory

shockedcanadian

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You want to lose Europe, a region the U.S has been losing influence with for a decade, Japan, India and any nation NOT privy to the alt-left? Apply CRT indoctrination to your kids.

Anyone who supports this direct attempt to divide kids by race is a dirtbag and a SOB. Ultimately it seems pretty clearly to me it's a treasonous act, as it will hurt National Security when the rest of the world says "we don't have much at all in common with the U.S".

Maybe there is a political movement by some in the U.S to create their own CPP "forever party"...


Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. D-N.Y., filed cloture on President Biden's nomination of Kiran Ahuja to be the director of the Office of Personnel Management, a procedural step that will likely set up a confirmation vote next week for the nominee Republicans accuse of espousing critical race theory.

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., has led efforts to try to stop Ahuja's nomination to what had essentially been the federal government's human resources department. He led a group of Republican senators who put a hold on her nomination earlier this month, delaying action on her nomination.

"Senator Hawley has a hold on Kiran Ahuja’s nomination because of her history promoting radical critical race theorists," Hawley's office said at the time. "These associations merit real scrutiny, especially in light of Ms. Ahuja’s nomination to a role that would allow her to reinstate race-based training sessions throughout the entire federal government."


Then this week, the Federal Law Enforement Officers Association came out against Ahuja over her critical race theory history, followed by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell,
 
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CRT is not good for the democrat party...I can not figure out why they are holding on to it so hard....
 

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Democrats love to play the race card, its their go-to move.
Republicans would just as soon remove all reference to race and call all citizens Americans.
 

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You want to lose Europe, a region the U.S has been losing influence with for a decade, Japan, India and any nation NOT privy to the alt-left? Apply CRT indoctrination to your kids.

Anyone who supports this direct attempt to divide kids by race is a dirtbag and a SOB. Ultimately it seems pretty clearly to me it's a treasonous act, as it will hurt National Security when the rest of the world says "we don't have much at all in common with the U.S".

Maybe there is a political movement by some in the U.S to create their own CPP "forever party"...


Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. D-N.Y., filed cloture on President Biden's nomination of Kiran Ahuja to be the director of the Office of Personnel Management, a procedural step that will likely set up a confirmation vote next week for the nominee Republicans accuse of espousing critical race theory.

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., has led efforts to try to stop Ahuja's nomination to what had essentially been the federal government's human resources department. He led a group of Republican senators who put a hold on her nomination earlier this month, delaying action on her nomination.

"Senator Hawley has a hold on Kiran Ahuja’s nomination because of her history promoting radical critical race theorists," Hawley's office said at the time. "These associations merit real scrutiny, especially in light of Ms. Ahuja’s nomination to a role that would allow her to reinstate race-based training sessions throughout the entire federal government."


Then this week, the Federal Law Enforement Officers Association came out against Ahuja over her critical race theory history, followed by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell,

Do you even know what “critical race theory” is?

Please explain it for me as you understand it because, like sanctuary cities, I don’t think that there is a right winger on this board who has the first clue as to what critical race theory actually means.

There isn’t a single school board in the country that has even proposed teaching critical race theory and yet laws are being passed against it.
 

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You want to lose Europe, a region the U.S has been losing influence with for a decade, Japan, India and any nation NOT privy to the alt-left? Apply CRT indoctrination to your kids.

Anyone who supports this direct attempt to divide kids by race is a dirtbag and a SOB. Ultimately it seems pretty clearly to me it's a treasonous act, as it will hurt National Security when the rest of the world says "we don't have much at all in common with the U.S".

Maybe there is a political movement by some in the U.S to create their own CPP "forever party"...


Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. D-N.Y., filed cloture on President Biden's nomination of Kiran Ahuja to be the director of the Office of Personnel Management, a procedural step that will likely set up a confirmation vote next week for the nominee Republicans accuse of espousing critical race theory.

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., has led efforts to try to stop Ahuja's nomination to what had essentially been the federal government's human resources department. He led a group of Republican senators who put a hold on her nomination earlier this month, delaying action on her nomination.

"Senator Hawley has a hold on Kiran Ahuja’s nomination because of her history promoting radical critical race theorists," Hawley's office said at the time. "These associations merit real scrutiny, especially in light of Ms. Ahuja’s nomination to a role that would allow her to reinstate race-based training sessions throughout the entire federal government."


Then this week, the Federal Law Enforement Officers Association came out against Ahuja over her critical race theory history, followed by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell,


Idiot conservatives have a new culture war to fight. Critical race theory, Which none of you clowns can even define, is now the new Culture War rallying cry.

It’s being promoted by Fox News as the latest version of the “War on Whitey”. Legislation is being passed so CRT isn’t taught in public schools even though no one has CB prooosed teaching it in school.

God you people are gullible
 

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