Peddler of Critical Race Theory Training Hints That SCOTUS Nominee Amy Coney Barrett Has a 'Colonizer' Mentality

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President Donald Trump walks along the Colonnade with Judge Amy Coney Barrett to a news conference to announce Barrett as his nominee to the Supreme Court, in the Rose Garden at the White House, Saturday, September 26, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Over the past couple of weeks, the Trump administration has acted to crack down on the pervasive use of the hucksterish Critical Race Theory training that has become pervasive within the federal government and among Fortune 500 corporations. The first shot was on September 4 when the Office of Management and Budget issued a memo directing federal agencies to take action to stop teaching this claptrap and to sever ties from the grifters who are peddling it.

This week, the policy was expanded to include companies with contracts with the federal government.

This is a great move. No nation can survive when a dogma that preaches the country is inherently racist and evil, that its history is intrinsically racist and evil, and that over half of the people in the nation are inherently racist and evil unless they spend their lives groveling and in self-abasement is being pushed. Beyond the fact that Critical Race Theory is nothing more than Marxist dialectic cross-dressing as ‘diversity’ training, it is also a blatant grift. It is a way of soaking wealthy corporations and jurisdictions wallowing in self-loathing for large sums of money just to make them dislike themselves even more. For instance:


Remember the name on the contract.

This nonsense is not harmless, far from it. In government and industry, it creates a hostile work environment. When it leaches (and leeches) its way into society, you get horrible, inhuman stuff like this.

Today, President Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. She’s an accomplished lawyer. And she’s the mother of seven children. Two of those children are adopted from Haiti. Because of those two children, she was accused of racial insensitivity by participating in a transracial adoption (the logic being the kids were better off in a Haitian orphanage). She was also accused of benefitting from human trafficking because the kids were not from the US, and you know how those conservative Christians act around non-white people, don’t you?

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The CRT consultant to Fairfax County Schools evaluated the situation.


Here, I’m turning it over to someone who can’t be mistaken for conservative even in really bad light, Glenn Greenwald.


Notice how Kendi puts certain words in quotes to give the impression that they exist somewhere? And though he denies he was calling Coney Barrett a “colonizer” who was using Black kids as props to assuage her own racism, it is hard to escape the impression that is exactly what he was wanting to say.

That anyone could overlook the manifest good done by Coney Barrett in adopting these kids, and in not aborting her own son who she knew would be born with Downs Syndrome, in favor of trying to cast her as a racist shows just how evil the philosophy of Critical Race Theory is. It is anti-civilization in that it reduces humanity to your physical characteristics. It is anti-Christian in that it denies the common humanity we all share.

President Trump was right to start the process of eradicating it from the universe of federal agencies and contractors. Other echelons of government would be well-served to do the same.



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