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Critical Race Theory Will Soon Have To Face Justice In The Courts

The racist and blatantly discriminatory ideology will soon face a flurry of lawsuits from those alleging that the theory is unlawful and discriminatory in practice.


Thank God!

One or more of these lawsuits may end up being historic. CRT is 100% racist and sexist, and it doesn’t even care to mask it.

How can we take ourselves seriously as a people with a constitution while believing in any racialized nonsense?

There seems to be a growing movement nationwide taking this stuff on in the courts, and in state legislatures and judiciaries. 

I couldn’t be more happy because this is so long overdue, but I think we are seeing a serious legal resistance arise to this destructive Marxist propaganda. 

This is America, we can’t seriously be teaching children in our classrooms this evil nonsense. Especially on the public dime.

Take a look:

Real Clear Investigations had more on the story: 

Now critical race theory is about to face a major real-world test: a spate of lawsuits alleging that it encourages discrimination and other illegal policies targeting whites, males and Christians. But unlike Trump’s executive order, which ran into First Amendment problems by prohibiting controversial speech, the lawsuits name specific policies and practices that allegedly discriminate, harass, blame and humiliate people based on their race.  

The common thread of these legal challenges is the inescapable logic that making accommodations for critical race theory will erode the nation’s anti-discrimination law as it has developed since the 1960s. This would mean replacing the colorblind ideal of treating all people equally, which has been widely viewed as the crowning achievement of the civil rights movement, with a contrary strategy: implementing race-based policies, which can range from affirmative action to reparations for compensating African Americans for the injustices of the past and for producing equitable outcomes in the future.

"Critical race theory is a Trojan horse of sorts," said David Pivtorak, a Los Angeles lawyer representing two white men who are suing two California state environment agencies. "It disguises itself as the gold standard of fairness and justice but, in fact, relies on vilification and the idea of permanent oppressor and oppressed races. Its goal is not ensuring that all people play by the same rules, regardless of race, but equity, which is a euphemism for race-based outcomes."

The Daily Wire had related news in the growing national battle against CRT: 

On Monday, Idaho’s State Senate passed a bill already passed by the state House that would ban the teaching of critical race theory in schools. HB 377, which will now be sent to GOP Governor Brad Little for his signature, states:

No public institution of higher education, school district, or public school, including a public charter school, shall direct or otherwise compel students to personally affirm, adopt, or adhere to any of the following tenets: That any sex, race, ethnicity, religion, color, or national origin is inherently superior or inferior; That individuals should be adversely treated on the basis of their sex, race, ethnicity, religion, color, or national origin; or that individuals, by virtue of sex, race, ethnicity, religion, color, or national origin, are inherently responsible for actions committed in the past by other members of the same sex, race, ethnicity, religion, color, or national origin.

No distinction or classification of students shall be made on account of race or color.  No course of instruction or unit of study directing or otherwise compelling students to personally affirm, adopt, or adhere to any of the tenets identified in paragraph (a) of this subsection shall be used or introduced in any institution of higher education, any school district, or any public school, including a public charter school.


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