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Kemp, Carr Blast ‘Critical Race Theory’ Approach to Education

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by Dave Williams | May 21, 2021 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – An approach to teaching that emphasizes the existence of systemic racism in the United States that has caught the attention of the Biden administration is coming under attack in Georgia and other Republican-led states.

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  1. Past Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev promised to bury the capitalist United States. Today socialists are fulfilling that promise from within our schools and universities. Socialist educators and administrators bring their personal political beliefs into the classroom, discourage expression of opposite views, teach revisionist history, denigrate the intelligence, courage and foresight of the Founding Fathers, and disparage religious beliefs and The Constitution. The socialist plan to bury the United States is working. Write Allen, Ossoff, Warnock, and Biden to demand that schools and universities stop teaching revisionist history and stop promoting socialism, or lose federal funding. Attend meetings with your child’s teachers, review the lesson plans and textbooks, and look at what’s on the classroom walls. Don’t let socialists brainwash your child and possibly turn them against you and your values and beliefs.

  2. Governor Kemp, when are you going to join other states and bring up legislation to prevent this destructive teaching in Georgia schools? The Democrat Socialist Party is doing everything they can to destroy our country, and divide us. This type of indoctrination brainwashes kids minds and prevents all students from achieving their goals, black and white, especially black because it makes them feel they don’t have to think for themselves. Times running out Governor, get going now.

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