The entire Democrat Party is lined up behind defeating Donald Trump.
President Trump is facing an unprecedented onslaught from Barack Obama and the rest of the left.
And now Barack Obama smiled when he found out what trick CNN had up their sleeve.
For eight years, Barack Obama used race as a wedge issue to divide Americans.
The anti-police riots breaking out across America are the byproduct of Obama and other liberals smearing America as an inherently racist country.
Parents can no longer count on the media or the school system to be on their side.
Seattle Public Schools said that they are trying to make sure that their math is taught in a non-racist way and they want to promote conversation about race and identity in math classes.
Many parents are turning to homeschooling as a way to give their children a quality education because the quality of public school is decreasing every year.
The left’s ideology has infected children’s media on the issue as well.
Sesame Street partnered with CNN to bring a town hall on standing up to racism.
“As anger and heartbreak have swept across America over the killing of yet another black man at the hands of police, CNN and ‘Sesame Street’ are refocusing their second town hall to address racism,” CNN said on its website.
They aren’t the only ones trying to influence children.
Nickelodeon, a cartoon channel aimed at children, aired eight minutes and 46 seconds with the message “I CAN’T BREATHE” on a black screen.
A message at the foot of the video reads, “Join @colorofchange and countless others to call on public officials across the country to take real action. Text DEMANDS to 55156.”
“Color of Change describes itself as ‘an online racial justice organization’ advancing ‘a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.’ One of its founders is CNN’s Van Jones.” Breitbart reported.
It’s the amount of time that allegedly matches the amount of time that police officer Derek Chauvin placed his knee on George Floyd’s neck.
The ViacomCBS-owned channel owns Nickelodeon and their President, Chris McCarthy, released the following message:
“The last few weeks have brought to the surface long standing racism, videos of unspeakable behavior and the harsh reality of inequality many in our community deal with on a regular and daily basis.” McCarthy said in a letter to employees, “In Minneapolis, the horrifying murder of George Floyd, in Georgia the senseless killing of Ahmaud Arbery, and in Kentucky, the deplorable shooting of Breonna Taylor, to name just a few recent examples. This is on top of a pandemic which has emphasized the tragic inequalities that disproportionately impact communities of color, especially African American and Latinx communities, in addition to the unjust targeting of Asian Americans.”
It is highly improbable for unarmed black men to be shot by the police.
Tragedies and injustices do happen and when they do, the police officers who failed in their duty should be legally charged.
But we’re teaching a whole generation of young black boys that the police could kill them at any moment and that’s a terrible weight to put on a child when it simply isn’t true.