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Another perfect example of why Congressional Republicans have submitted a bill to end the Department of Education. Aside from being unconstitutional - it is nothing more than a propaganda arm for the left-wing hatriots.

Case in point: how come nobody has heard of Madam C.J. Walker? Why isn't she taught in schools? She is the United States first female self-made millionaire.

So why isn't she studied? Because she is a black woman. Who was literally born on a southern plantation in 1879. It defeats the false narrative of the left-wing hatriots if a black woman born on a southern plantation in the 1870's can become a self-made millionaire. It proves that anyone can succeed and will succeed if they want to - without communism. In fact, it proves that free markets facilitate the underprivileged succeeding.

The only reason CNBC is suddenly picking up this story is because - as always - Glenn Beck brought it to light. Fearful of being exposed as both racist and as controlling a narrative they want, CNBC is now forced to talk about her as well.

4 lessons you can learn from America’s first female self-made millionaire
 

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Another perfect example of why Congressional Republicans have submitted a bill to end the Department of Education. Aside from being unconstitutional - it is nothing more than a propaganda arm for the left-wing hatriots.

Case in point: how come nobody has heard of Madam C.J. Walker? Why isn't she taught in schools? She is the United States first female self-made millionaire.

So why isn't she studied? Because she is a black woman. Who was literally born on a southern plantation in 1879. It defeats the false narrative of the left-wing hatriots if a black woman born on a southern plantation in the 1870's can become a self-made millionaire. It proves that anyone can succeed and will succeed if they want to - without communism. In fact, it proves that free markets facilitate the underprivileged succeeding.

The only reason CNBC is suddenly picking up this story is because - as always - Glenn Beck brought it to light. Fearful of being exposed as both racist and as controlling a narrative they want, CNBC is now forced to talk about her as well.

4 lessons you can learn from America’s first female self-made millionaire

Some of us have heard of her plenty, welcome aboard.
 
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Another perfect example of why Congressional Republicans have submitted a bill to end the Department of Education. Aside from being unconstitutional - it is nothing more than a propaganda arm for the left-wing hatriots.

Case in point: how come nobody has heard of Madam C.J. Walker? Why isn't she taught in schools? She is the United States first female self-made millionaire.

So why isn't she studied? Because she is a black woman. Who was literally born on a southern plantation in 1879. It defeats the false narrative of the left-wing hatriots if a black woman born on a southern plantation in the 1870's can become a self-made millionaire. It proves that anyone can succeed and will succeed if they want to - without communism. In fact, it proves that free markets facilitate the underprivileged succeeding.

The only reason CNBC is suddenly picking up this story is because - as always - Glenn Beck brought it to light. Fearful of being exposed as both racist and as controlling a narrative they want, CNBC is now forced to talk about her as well.

4 lessons you can learn from America’s first female self-made millionaire

Some of us have heard of her plenty, welcome aboard.
LMAO! Sure you have snowflake. Just did a search and couldn't find you citing her name anywhere on USMB. Next you'll tell us that where you attended school - she was a focus of study, uh?
 

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