Former MSNBC host Touré Neblett has branded Condoleezza Rice a “foot soldier for white supremacy” over her opposition to Critical Race Theory (CRT).
Neblett, in a column that ran on the MSNBC section’s website, The Grio, late last week, the former foreign minister blew up because he promoted “white-centric” views.
“Condoleezza Rice’s recent appearance on The View was offensive and disgusting for many reasons, but she was who we thought she was: a soldier for white supremacy,” he wrote.
“Her thoughts on Critical Race Theory are completely white-centric because it revolves around the thoughts and needs of white people,” Neblett added.
Good morning. This week is already stupid. pic.twitter.com/08VY5GV0da
– Guy Benson (@guypbenson) 25 October 2021
Touré Neblett attacks Condoleezza Rice for commenting on “The View”
Touré Neblett questions the remarks Condoleezza Rice made during a recent appearance on “The View” in which she denounced Critical Race Theory.
“I want black children to be completely empowered to know they are beautiful in their blackness, but to be able to do that, I do not have to make white children feel bad because they are white,” Rice said.
– MRCTV (@mrctv) 20 October 2021
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“One more thing, it goes back to how we learn history,” Rice added. “We learn the good and we learn the bad from history.”
“What we do not do is make 7- and 10-year-olds feel like they are bad people in some way because of the color of their skin,” she concluded.
Bam 💥 Condoleezza Rice School #the view on Critical Race Theory
“I want black children to feel empowered and that does not mean white children should feel guilty that this can happen” pic.twitter.com/iS0wWgLSEM
– Melissa Tate (@TheRightMelissa) 21 October 2021
Critical racial theory is racist
Touré Neblett’s column suggests that Condoleezza Rice seeks to “whitewash” history by protecting the feelings of white children.
Her primary argument against Critical Race Theory is that history should not be taught in a way that makes white children feel bad. What? Should we whitewash American history to protect the feelings of white children? Excuse me, I was wrong – we need to whitewash the history of the US even more than we already do to protect the feelings of white children?
Besides, that’s not what she said. Anyway.
She literally says she wants to empower black children, not focus on degrading white children.
What Rice is opposed to is forcing children in our schools to use a Marxist curriculum to divide people between races.
And that’s exactly what CRT is doing – rewriting history with America as a terrible nation that promoted slavery rather than abolished it.
– Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) 25 October 2021
AG Garland mobilizes FBI to monitor parents
The controversy surrounding CRT comes when Attorney General Merrick Garland recently mobilized the FBI and federal prosecutors to meet with local leaders to address parents who ‘pose a threat’ at school board meetings over objections to CRT.
Garland’s action comes when the National School Boards Association called for an investigation into or confrontations with inflamed parents is a violation of the Patriot Act, which suggests that some parents’ actions “may be the equivalent of a form of domestic terrorism.”
Attorney General Merrick Garland has ordered the FBI to meet with U.S. attorneys across the country to open lines of communication on threats against school administrators, board members, teachers and staff. pic.twitter.com/2gIMKnQfO4
– Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) 4 October 2021
The National School Boards Association would later retract their letter accusing some parents of subsequent violence this has been revealed they coordinated the effort with the White House.
What’s worse? Touré Neblett’s smear of Condoleezza Rice may not be the most outrageous thing you will see this week when it comes to CRT.
Critical racial theory and parental involvement in education
Here is an excellent example.
An opinion in the Washington Post argues that parents have no right to form the curriculum that their children learn in schools.
– Washington Post Opinions (@PostOpinions) 24 October 2021
Former President Donald Trump has a executive order in September of 2020 that banned federal agencies, federal contractors, and recipients of federal grants from providing blame-oriented training such as racial stereotyping in the workplace.
Trump aimed further when he announced its 1776 commission designed to promote patriotic education and return against leftist indoctrination efforts.
“Students in our universities are inundated with critical racial theory,” Trump declare at that point.
“It is a Marxist doctrine that claims that America is a wicked and racist nation, that even young children are complicit in oppression, and that our entire society needs to be radically transformed.”
President Biden recall the executive order on his first day in the White House.
Neblett, meanwhile, wants white children to be unhappy about something they, or their parents, have ever participated in – slavery.
“White children and adults must feel absolutely bad about the atrocities of the past committed by white Americans,” he writes. “They should feel guilty. They have to shrink from what their ancestors did. ”
In more recent history, Neblett has been accused of it sexual harassment by a collaborator in 2019.
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