Travis Rowley: This Is What Indoctrination Looks Like

A lot is being said these days regarding Critical Race Theory, an unfamiliar term for most of us.

But CRT is basically what we have been tolerating for the past 30 years – throughout the culture now, but certainly concentrated inside the universities at first.

I mean, at this point, is anyone unfamiliar with the collective concepts of black victimhood, white guilt, a shameful national outlook, and double standards of justice depending on one’s race – and all thuggishly forced upon the unsuspecting?

Volumes of books have already been written about the subject, serving as warnings of what’s to come if the Left’s political correctness wasn’t seriously confronted.

Allan Bloom authored “The Closing of the American Mind” in 1987!

It might be fair to decide that American conservatives have lost this battle. The academy is as radical as ever before. And its graduates, while embarrassingly hysterical, have climbed to serious positions of power within schools, government, and corporate entities.

This Is What Indoctrination Looks Like

Just listen to this woman. This is what happens to the intellect once it embraces modern liberalism. Moreover, this is precisely how the purveyors of CRT want your mind to be molded – as well as your children’s minds.

This lady can’t watch her 11 year-old attempt to console her weeping 5-year old daughter without considering it to be a form of white privilege … or something.

Her mind has closed.

She has been indoctrinated.

And it’s embarrassing.

Unfortunately, the average Democrat will brush this aside, resist self-reflection, and fail to wonder if there is, in fact, something deranged about the leftist ideology that has commandeered his party.

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