Dumbfounded Prof Gets Schooled By Maher On CRT
HBO's 'Real Talk' host Bill Maher did his best to explain to Eric Dyson, an ultra-liberal professor why schools shouldn't force students to swallow the critical Race Theory curriculum. It clearly went right over Dyson's head but I found it entertaining watching the liberal old-order trying to argue with the unreasonable left.
"The point is that parents who were spooked by Critical Race Theory, none of whom can define it, when you ask them what it is, they don’t know. And if you say you're concerned about history in America, when it comes to black history, it becomes a dead-end," said Dyson.
Maher cut in to say, "I find that a disingenuous argument because I don’t think that is what people are objecting to. I think there are maybe some places in this country where people will, but they are not objecting to black history being taught. There are other things going on in the schools.
Dyson replied to say, "Like what?"
"Like separating children by race and describing them as either oppressed or oppressor. I mean, there are children coming home who feel traumatized by this. That's what parents are objecting to," explained Maher.
"You do know that the beginning ... of Critical Race Theory in modern times was two years ago, Christopher Rufo, a white guy who said, look, I'm reading the anti-racist literature, I see this Critical Race stuff, this stuff will make good publicity, and he began to drive it home ... We got stories on both sides. I do think you're underestimating the anti-black sentiment that's deeply entrenched, that's way beyond Trump," replied Dyson.
— CHEKD NEWS (@ChekdNews) November 7, 2021
One thing positive to come from the forceful push of CRT on children is that it's proven that the majority still rules if only they just stand up. As parents around the nation stand up against the harmfully divisive curriculum elected officials have been moved to act, for once, and strike it down.