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CNN pretended to display some measure of fairness on their Tuesday morning New Day over the controversial issue of Critical Race Theory being taught in schools. Host Brianna Keilar brought on a parent on each side of the issue, but failed to mention that one of these parents made a career profiting off of CRT.
Keilar also sided with this radically left guest, and only pushed back on her conservative guest. But she started off the interview pretending this would be a fair debate, not 2 against 1. She introduced her guests Asra Nomani, as a Virginia mom against CRT, and Kazique Prince as a Texas Dad for CRT.
“Look I know that you both agree that parents should have a say, right? They should have a say in what their kids are being taught. You differ on what schools should teach. So Asra to you first, you know, what do you think schools should not be teaching?” Keilar asked.
Nomani, a former journalist and journalism professor at Georgetown University , argued schools shouldn’t be “radicalizing” their kids. And unlike CNN , she brought evidence that CRT was being taught to kids: This is the volume of the book from Critical race theory that as people say is taught in law schools, but now it is trickling down into little books for children, like “Woke baby.” “Gender queer,” which is the book that actually inspired this mom to speak in the school board meeting in Fairfax County, to which Terry McAuliffe responded. In it there is unfortunately a very graphic symbol of pedophilia and pornography. But Keilar thought she was debating Nomani. “ Can I ask you, why do you draw a line from one to the other? Because I have gone through Critical Race Theory. I don’t know that there is a direct line. Why do you think that there is?” she pushed back.
Unfortunately for CNN, her conservative guest was ready. She showed pages from a textbook linking “whiteness” to the Devil, and pointed out that she is a Muslim immigrant who doesn’t support this toxic material that teaches kids to […]
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