This week it was reported here that the Biden administration is intimately involved in promoting the use of so-called Critical Race Theory in public schools at the primary and secondary levels.
Biden had already taken a Fascist stand against “whiteness,” attempting to demonize white people who disagree with him and the Democrats as dangerous. He unveiled a plan over a week ago, in conjunction with the White House National Security Council, to address what they’re calling “domestic terrorism.” They pledged to focus on weeding out the dissemination of “militia extremism” and “white supremacy,” which Biden has identified as America’s greatest, most lethal threat.
Now Biden’s Department of Education (DoEd.) has doubled down on the administration’s commitment to promote racist rhetoric. The fight will not only be about rooting out a domestic terror network of white supremacists that doesn’t exist. On its DoEd. website, the administration openly promoted Critical Race Theory, the so-called “anti-racist” curriculum developed by radical teachers following the principles of Ibram X. Kendi, whom Rob Jenkins at Townhall.com calls a “false prophet.”
Monday, the department published a handbook designed to help schools reopen following the CCP virus pandemic. But within that handbook DoEd. promoted the Abolitionist Teaching Network (ATN) by linking to its “Guide for Racial Justice & Abolitionist Social and Emotional Learning.”
The administration’s handbook is supposed to help schools by recommending how they should spend billions of dollars they collectively received through the American Rescue Plan. DoEd. would have illegally reapportioned huge amounts of those funds toward a racist curriculum. The spending bill under which the Rescue Plan was funded, made no authorization for spending it on any program other than reopening public schools after the CCP virus subsides.
Spending it on CRT would violate the U.S. Constitution under the Appropriations Clause in Article I, Section 9. To spend that money on such a radical, anti-white activist organization like Abolitionist Teaching Network would be an outrage to CRT opponents.
ATN is a racist group of activists who say they are dedicated to “disrupting whiteness” as well as “destroying schools” that do not buy into Critical Race Theory and other similar anti-white propagandist programs currently promoted by the Fascist Left. ATN, for its part, is recruiting what they call “resident activists” to go into schools and, for all practical purposes, restructure the educational culture to teach anti-white racism.
Rhetoric coming out of ATN is very similar to Critical Race Theory but the organization avoids using the term on its website and in its literature.
According to ATN, Abolitionist Teachers “should build a school culture that engages in healing and advocacy. This requires a commitment to learning from students, families, and educators who disrupt Whiteness and other forms of oppression,” the group states in its guide.
The network’s co-founder said during a webinar: “I want us to be feared.”
Wednesday, Joe Biden ineffectively attempted to walk back the ATN endorsement, stating “it was a mistake” to promote ATN. Very quietly and without fanfare early Thursday, the DoEd. website was scrubbed of the ATN link and all references to CRT were erased. Critics say that does not mean they aren’t going to promote ATN or CRT. It just means they are whitewashing the effort.
Biden has claimed for the last several weeks he does not support CRT, but that is a flip-flop from the campaign leading up to the 2020 election and his early months in office.
In fact, while he now denies any desire to back the controversial concepts, he signed an Executive Order on March 30 “to advance Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) in the Federal workforce.”
DEIA is a euphemism for Critical Race Theory (CRT), the divisive ideology that was developed by the Frankfort School, a communist organization, in 1930s Germany. Though Hitler forced the school’s closure, he adapted what was then known as Critical Theory (CT) to Fascist ideology and used the philosophy to exterminate six million Jews.
Reintroduced by Kendi as Critical Race Theory, it has metastasized across our country’s schools and angered parents after they learned that teachers had begun teaching CRT as fact. The radical program segregates groups of people into racial hierarchies of “oppressor” and “oppressed,” distorts the history of our country’s founding as actually beginning in 1619 and therefore is rooted in racism, and calls for students to “abolish their whiteness.”
Republicans have not backed down from heavy criticism of the Biden White House even though the administration is desperately trying to distance itself from yet another major domestic policy misstep in promoting CRT. Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) were the most vocal before Biden’s back-peddling act.
“This is another major flip flop from the Biden administration,” said in an email statement to several media outlets late Wednesday. “If Biden truly does not support Critical Race Theory, he will publicly call on teachers’ unions to stop pushing this propaganda on our unsuspecting children.”