Group says ‘fight is on’ against critical race theory; noted anchorwoman cheers them on

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Joe Biden’s handlers have already made clear their intent to Make America Ghastly Again, and one of the first items on their to-do list is to end the Trump administration’s 1776 Commission, formed to combat the implementation of critical race theory in the nation’s schools.

Critical race theory is racist indoctrination arguing that the mere fact of having white skin in America puts one in debt to nonwhites.

There was already resistance on Inauguration Day, however, with Discovery Institute researcher Christopher F. Rufo announcing formation of a coalition of legal foundations and attorneys to fight critical race theory, The Daily Wire reported.

Rufo tweeted, “Today, President Biden doubled-down on critical race theory in the federal government. In response, I am announcing a new coalition of legal foundations and private attorneys that will wage relentless legal warfare against race theory in America’s institutions. The fight is on.”

A press release from Rufo stated, “Critical race theory is a grave threat to the American way of life. It divides Americans by race and traffics in the pernicious concepts of race essentialism, racial stereotyping, and race-based segregation — all under a false pursuit of ‘social justice.’ Critical race theory training programs have become commonplace in academia, government, and corporate life, where they have sought to advance the ideology through cult-like indoctrination, intimidation, and harassment.”

“The Discovery Institute’s Center on Wealth and Poverty is leading the effort with help from the Southeastern Legal Foundation, Upper Midwest Law Center, Jonathan O’Brien with, The Pivtorak Law Firm, Wally Zimolong of Zimolong, LLC, and Eric Early and Peter Scott of Early, Sullivan, Wright, Gizer, & McCrae,” Fox News reported.

Former Fox News anchor and Donald Trump antagonist Megyn Kelly even added her celebrity status to the fight, tweeting: “THIS IS THE ANSWER. THE LAW. These indoctrination sessions are unlawful. Studies have shown they create *more*, not less, racism. Good for you, @realchrisrufo.”

President Trump issued an executive order in 2020 banning critical race theory training from the federal government.


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