Terry McAuliffe Says Anti-White Critical Race Theory Is A 'Right-Wing Conspiracy'Chris Menahan
Jun. 14, 2021
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Democratic nominee for Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe declared in a recent interview that anti-white critical race theory is a "right-wing conspiracy" that "is totally made up by Donald Trump" and his Republican opponent Glenn Youngkin.
"That's another right-wing conspiracy," McAuliffe told a questioner in audio obtained by Fox News released Monday. "This is totally made up by Donald Trump and Glenn Youngkin. This is who they are. It's a conspiracy theory."
"Those comments were purportedly made on June 4, after months of debate surrounding racial content in Virginia schools," Fox News reported.
The fact anti-white CRT is being taught in schools across the country is all the proof you need that so-called "white supremacy" is a conspiracy theory that's totally made up.
The same goes for the conspiracy theory of "white privilege."
CRT preachers are raking in millions of dollars by teaching that all white people are inherently racist and evil oppressors.
As I reported over the weekend, anti-white CRT brainwashing of schoolchildren has been generating tremendous pushback.
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