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CPAC Trains Conservatives In Fight Against Critical Race Theory

It is a necessary program of instruction.

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CPAC attendees at the convention last weekend went over ways to stop critical race theory in its tracks. This racist Marxist programming has infiltrated our education system at all levels and needs to be confronted and defeated, lest we deal with another generation of radicalized cretins. CPAC forums are helping to train parents and students to do just that.

FNC: “Critical race theory and how students, parents and public officials should handle it is a major topic across the country, from local school board methat. s to governors’ mansions.

It was a major topic at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas as well, with two separate panels addressing the topic, including a major one scheduled for Sunday morning. The discussion, titled ‘Head of the Class: Why is the Left Committed to CRT When So Many Parents Disagree?’ will feature high-profile speakers, including Club for Growth’s David McIntosh and activist Ian Prior. Many CPAC attendees weighed in on the topic during interviews with Fox News as well, giving their thoughts on how students, parents and public officials should handle the controversial doctrine in the classroom.”

“They should pay attention to their children and what they say when they come home from school,” Kathleen Caso, the president of the Lost Pines Republican Women, told press. “Don’t criticize, listen. If there’s things that go against what they’ve been teaching their children, then they need to go to a school board meeting. It’s simple. If you care enough about your community and your children, you have to be active. You cannot sit back anymore.”

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“We all need to read the books that our kids are being forced to read so that we can have an honest conversation with them,” Kate Bush from Houston said. “I don’t know that passing laws do any good at all. Generally a lot of the laws that are passed are either ignored or it creates anger. But we have to get rid of the critical theory.”

Zachary Wanuga, a student at Salisbury University in Maryland, advocates a tougher in your face strategy. “There’s a way to fight back,” he said. “And the way to do it is use your words and use your money. Go to your schools. Don’t send your kid to an indoctrination camp on college. Use your money. Email the alumni of the schools, email the donors, say this is what they’re teaching my kids in school.”

Kathy McWhorter, a mother and grandmother from Georgetown, Texas, said, “Being on school boards, getting into elected offices so that you know what the curriculum is that is being taught and you can take a stand and see if you can change that curriculum and get critical race theory out of our schools.”

David Kamioner
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David Kamioner is a veteran of U.S. Army Intelligence and an honors graduate of the University of Maryland's European Division. He also served with the Pershing Nuclear Brigade and the First Infantry Division. Subsequent to that he worked for two decades as a political consultant, was part of the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina disaster relief effort in Louisiana, ran a homeless shelter for veterans in Philadelphia, and taught as a college instructor. He serves as a Contributing Editor for LifeZette.

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