While a bunch of white parents freak out about the fact that their kids might learn about racism, advocates of CRT are simply in favor of including the truth in the curriculum.
The Bulwark's Amanda Carpenter tries to explain why "regular people" who watch Fox are freaking out over "critical race theory" that the network is running non-stop race-baiting segments on day in and day out.
What do you say about a man who refuses to stick up for his own safety, as well as his family's, when armed insurrectionists hunt him like a dog?
Guests Amanda Carpenter and Charlie Dent elaborate on the dangers of Bill Barr insisting his FBI is wrong, and that there was, indeed, "spying" on the Trump campaign.
Sean Duffy Caught Pushing 'Absurd Conspiracy Theory' About DNC Server On First Day As CNN Contributor
CNN announced on Sunday that former Congressman Sean Duffy, who quit Congress to take care of nine children, has joined the network as a political analyst. He spent his first appearance repeating Republican talking points and a wild conspiracy theory.
The bigger question is why CNN continually allows David Urban to pollute our airways in the first place.
CNN political commentator Bakari Sellers took a whack at their other regular, David Urban, for fearmongering over Medicare for all, and for pushing the "crazy right-wing" talking point that the left wants "open borders."
Rick Santorum is mocked by the rest of the political panel on CNN's State of the Union for pretending Trump would never do something he already did and said he'd do again.
Since Trump never disavows the racists and anti-Semites that inhabit his supporters, Jonathan Weisman concludes they believe he supports their views.
Author Jonathan Weisman takes apart Trump apologist David Urban during a panel segment on CNN's State of the Union discussing the shooting at the synagogue in Pittsburgh.
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