Many policies outlined on the Biden-Harris platform are eerily close to the dangerous proposals put forth by ‘How To Be An Antiracist’ author Ibram X. Kendi.
‘They are my children who we love and who we brought home and made part of our family,’ Barrett said, ‘and accusations like that are cruel.’
Senate Democrats on the Congressional Coalition on Adoption are turning a blind eye to pundit attacks on Amy Coney Barrett’s adopted children from Haiti.
The left and the right agree that American institutions are under attack. They just disagree on what those institutions are and who’s doing the attacking.
Fairfax County spent $44,000 on promoting critical race theorist Ibram X. Kendi for this one event—almost an entire year’s salary for a first-year teacher.
While some of these tweets were later deleted or walked back, the left had tipped its hand: Barrett’s two young, adopted children are not considered out-of-bounds for witch hunts and smears.
‘Some White colonizers ‘adopted’ Black children,’ Kendi wrote on Twitter. ‘They ‘civilized’ these ‘savage’ children in the ‘superior’ ways of White people.’
The American Library Association has embraced the endgame of today’s anti-racists: skin color is more important than content of character.
Jack Dorsey either believes the $10 million gift is a worthwhile public relations expense, doesn’t fully embrace Kendi’s project, or wants to create a world in which his own companies wouldn’t exist.
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