CNN continues to prove it is not a real news network.
The network reached a new low in terms of liberal bias.
But one Republican shut down a CNN host with this brutal truth bomb.
Florida Senator Rick Scott is the head of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
It’s Scott’s job to recruit candidates and raise money to help Republicans win back the majority.
Scott appeared on CNN’s left-wing propaganda program “New Day” for an interview with former morning zoo radio host Brianna Keilar to discuss the political environment in the 2022 midterms in the wake of the GOP’s sweep in the Virginia elections.
Keilar tried to drive a wedge between Donald Trump and Senate Republicans by claiming that Youngkin kept Donald Trump at arm’s length despite Trump endorsing Youngkin on seven occasions and Youngkin accepting the endorsement and saying he was proud of Trump’s support.
Scott dismissed this “gotcha” question and instead explained that Republicans would talk about issues that matter such as Democrats’ support for brainwashing school children with racist critical race theory.
“I think what Democrats will continue to do is talk about Donald Trump and Republicans will continue to talk about issues. Glenn Youngkin won his race because he talked about issues and I think that’s what’s going to happen,” Scott stated. “We’re going to see just like in Virginia Terry McAuliffe wanted to say there’s nothing about Critical Race Theory. We know it’s true. Parents know their kids are being indoctrinated with Critical Race Theory in Virginia and Democrats wanted to deny it. And so parents showed up because they don’t like being lied to.”
Keilar knows critical race theory is a major electoral liability for Democrats and so Keilar falsely claimed critical race theory was not taught in Virginia schools.
But Rick Scott came prepared and fact-checked Keilar on the spot and proved Keilar lied.
Scott read from the anti-racism section of the Virginia Department of Education which explicitly stated that critical race theory formed the backbone of Virginia’s so-called “anti-racism” curriculum.
“In classroom practice, anti-racist pedagogy acknowledges the importance of racial and cultural identities, honors voices and experiences of people of color, teaches through collaboration and dialogue, examines power and oppression, examines discrimination as systemic, critiques traditions of schooling, and advocates for social action…Drawing from critical race theory, the term ‘white supremacy’ also refers to a political or socio-economic system where white people enjoy structural advantage and rights that other racial and ethnic groups do not, both at a collective and an individual level,” the Virginia Department of Education read.
Washington Post columnist Marc Thiessen provided more evidence that Virginia teaches critical race theory.
Thiessen cited a 2019 memo from Virginia state superintendent of public instruction James F. Lane promoting critical race theory in the state’s curriculum.
“In 2019, Virginia state superintendent of public instruction James F. Lane sent a memo to all school districts promoting critical race theory training materials, and declaring ‘CRT has proven an important analytic tool in the field of education, offering critical perspectives on race, and the causes, consequences and manifestations of race, racism, inequity, and the dynamics of power and privilege in schooling,’” Thiessen wrote.
Keilar and other corporate activists watched in horror as Republicans swept the Virginia statewide elections in part due to the backlash against the left’s woke critical race theory indoctrination regime.
That’s why Keilar tried to get away with a lie on national TV claiming Virginia did not teach critical race theory.
But Keilar’s gaslighting imploded under the weight of the truth.
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