Obama Mocks Anti-CRT Parents For Wasting Time On “Phony Culture Wars”
Obama has always been a phony . . . from the very start . . .
Former President Barack Obama emerged from his palatial Martha’s Vineyard estate to lecture Americans and mock the concerns many parents have about Critical Race Theory.
Obama, a man who once made fun of conservatives for “clinging to their guns and religion,” derided and belittled parents who have shown up to school board meetings across the country and have been labeled “domestic terrorists” by the National School Board Association.
While stumping for New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, the 44th president said, “We don’t have time to waste on phony culture wars or fake outrage that the right-wing media peddling just to juice up your ratings.”
Well, then, Barack, tell your woke friends to stop starting culture wars! Then those of us on the Right won’t have to “waste” our time fighting back against the woke mob.
He smugly overlooked true concerns parents have about the curriculum their sons and daughters are being taught.
In many schools, children are being taught that white kids are inherently racist for simply being born and should be ashamed of themselves and the country in which they live.
If anyone should understand the concerns of the parents, it should be Barack Obama. At the end of his New Jersey speech, Obama said the following:
“The thing about being a parent is that there are two cliches that are absolutely true. One is man, they grow up fast. And the other cliche that is absolutely true is you will do anything for them. You will do anything to make their lives better. You will sacrifice anything for them.
You’ll jump into — you’ll jump in front of a freight train, you will wrestle a bear for your kids. So right now,.”
That is why parents are taking such a firm stance against harmful ideologies and political activists masquerading as school board officials. Take, for example, Scott Smith, a father in Laudon Country, Virginia, who was willing to be arrested for voicing his outrage at school administrators for covering up the rape of his daughter by a boy student who dressed up as a girl and proceeded to sexually assault her in a school bathroom.
Alternatively, consider the parents that have protested unscientific school mask mandates.
Because, as Obama said, parents “will sacrifice anything” for their children.
Back in June, Obama mocked Republicans for making a big deal about Critical Race Theory during an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper.
Obama jokingly said, “who knew the biggest threat to our republic was Critical Race Theory.”
But, see, it is a big deal, and the fact that Obama derides Republicans for denouncing a racist ideology is troubling.
Racism is not unique to white people. Racism is racism, regardless of what color the racist is. Being racist against white people is still racism.
Proponents of CRT single out white people as the root of all evil in the country and the world at large. They argue that America is systemically racist, and that white people are inherently bigoted and privileged simply by being born into their specific race.
And Obama, a black man that was elected twice to the presidency, buys into Critical Race Theory.
A country that made it possible for him to live out his wildest dreams is racist, according to him.
If America is racist towards minorities, it’s not very good at the whole racism thing.
I am not sure if Obama realizes this, but there were tens of millions of white people who voted for him.
But America is still racist, gang. You can believe it because Obama says so.
Instead of deriding parents for fighting back against “phony culture wars,” maybe Obama should listen to them.
They have legitimate concerns and don’t deserve to be lectured to by an out-of-touch Martha’s Vineyard elitist.
A system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.