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Parents united! Anti-critical race theory candidates for school board win big around the country in rejection of Marxist curriculum
By JD Heyes // Nov 05, 2021

Americans generally can be slow to anger as adults, willing to take things in stride for as long as possible when it comes to most political issues.


But they become fierce mama and papa bears when the Marxist 'Democrats' come for their children.

For months, school board meetings have been rife with complaints from parents and other concerned citizens over divisive and wholly inappropriate materials being taught to their children, especially "critical race theory," which pushes the lie that white supremacy is "systemic" throughout our society and that just because our institutions were founded and devised mostly by whites, that American society is 'inherently' and hopelessly racist against people of color.

Granted, we weren't always a perfect country, but our founders gave us the means to fix what wasn't working via our constitutional amendment and lawmaking processes. And it didn't hurt that our Constitution and Declaration of Independence were premised on the fundamental principle that all of us were created equal in God's eyes.

But the extreme left has been pushing their destructive ideology via our public school systems for decades, slowly but surely, in a bid to create a society of mind-numbed Autobots who have been propagandized into oblivion. CRT curriculum was just the latest pabulum being spoon-fed to our kids, but it has proven to be a left-wing program too far, according to Breitbart News:

The victory of Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin (R) over former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) has spurred excitement for future Republican wins, but the triumphs in local school board races hold special significance for those parents who fought big battles against leftist tyranny and Marxist-based Critical Race Theory (CRT) right in their own communities.

Ryan James Girdusky’s 1776 Project PAC has helped a number of candidates for local school boards win their elections. He and the PAC tweeted out the victories.

Christy Williams, one of four “Kids First” Douglas County, Colo., candidates, addressed a rowdy crowd at a supporter appreciation party in Parker, Colo.

“I am humbled to my core,” she told Fox News. “I think there’s a lot to look at, but ultimately I hope to give parents the ultimate authority over their children.”

Williams won along with Mike Peterson, Becky Myers and Kaylee Winegar.

“I’ll tell you what, free speech is back,” Peterson told Fox News. “No more cutting people off at two minutes, no more telling people that waving an American flag in support of a speaker is intimidation.

“And we’re going to do the First Amendment in the boardroom, that’s for sure,” he added.

Parents can put up with a lot but they generally will not put up with other adults trying to brainwash their kids.

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