This May Just Be the Best Anti-Critical Race Theory Video That You're Going to See

Dad and daughter speak against CRT (Credit: Robby Starbuck)

We’ve written about Critical Race Theory before and we’ve shown some great videos. You can see one here and here’s a link to a good podcast from my colleague Kira Davis.

But this may be one of the best videos against Critical Race Theory that you’re going to see because of its simple clarity. It’s definitely, hands down, the cutest.

“Daddy teaches you, you can be anything in this world that you want to be, right, don’t Daddy teach you that?” the dad says. “Yeah, and it doesn’t matter if you’re black or white or any color.” “Doesn’t matter if you’re black, white, brown, yellow,” the dad says. “And how we treat people is based on who they are, and not what color they are.” His daughter interrupts him with, “And if they’re nice,” she says. “And smart.” “This is how children think right here. Critical race theory wants to end that,” the dad explains. Not with my children, it’s not going to happen,” he declares. “My baby’s going to know, no matter what she wants to be in life, all she has to do is work hard and she can become that.” “Work hard even though you don’t know anyone,” the little girl exhorts. “You can make friends.” The father laughs and says, “You can make friends no matter what color they are, so stop CRT. Period. Point blank. Children do not see skin color, man. Children love everybody, if they’re good people, they love ’em.” “We pray for people that are hurt,” she exclaims.

Now, this is an incredibly sweet, straightforward message about love and the way that children see the world.

It seems like we all used to understand that the goal was to judge by the “content of the character not by the color of the skin,” in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King. No one is being dismissed by saying that, but everyone, each individual person, is being honored in such an approach.

But somewhere along the line, and particularly so over the past few years, Democrats have gone over the slide, preaching identity politics and Critical Race Theory to divide, according to groupthink. That instead of honoring the individual based on all that he or she is, to divide along differences, to make one a victim or an oppressor, not based on his or her own actions, but based on his or her skin.

The purpose of this isn’t the goal of bringing people together, but to divide, to push further chaos, to drive people further left, to condemn our nation as irredeemably racist and evil. Yet it’s the people preaching CRT who indeed are the racists when they do this.

But it’s this dad and his daughter who reflect the attitudes of most Americans. There are far more of these Americans than those who would divide us.