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Writer Discusses Why He Opposes Critical Race Theory | MSNBC

 

Writer Christopher Rufo joins Morning Joe to share his thoughts on critical race theory as the new battleground in the culture war. Professor Eddie Glaude Jr. also joins the discussion.

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Writer Discusses Why He Opposes Critical Race Theory | MSNBC

38 comments

    1. @Not a Robot True. He’s acting like 175 years is the same as last year. It’s only 7 generations.

    2. @Scientific Methodologist Is WASP-skin a global-warming-denying, inbr*d, de-evolved disease; yes or no -shi7- trump for brains?

    3. Christopher F. Rufo, Tweeted this about *CRT* On March 15th 2021: “We have successfully frozen their brand – “Critical Race Theory” – into the public conversation and are steadily driving up negative perceptions. *We will eventually turn it toxic* as we put all of the various cultural insanities under that brand”.

    1. @Cavalier with the truth Joy didn’t challenge anything all she did was close her ears and said “no,no,no,no,no”

    2. @artexjay
      No BBQs or dates?
      It’s summer and trolling old comments is rather redundant and closed minded.

    3. @Cavalier with the truth It’s because he was calling out Joy’s blatant lies and falsehoods and she would not stand for getting belittled on her own TV show. We all know she is a serial liar and her basement-level ratings reflect that.

  1. We have multiplied our possessions but reduced our values. We talk too much, love too seldom, and hate too often. We’ve learned how to make a living but not a life. We’ve added years to life, not life to years.

    1. Thoreau wrote in the late 1840’s: “The mass of men live lives of quiet desperation.”

      Not much has changed in the last 170 or so years.

  2. Here’s a metaphor. When you build a chain link fence then you are going to have a weak link in that chain. A smart person will replace that weak link whereas an ignorant person will make the entire chain as weak as that weakest link.
    This ties directly in to the dumbing down of America.
    I personally hated when I was in school and the teacher would say that your grade would not be lowered due to bad spelling which meant that they were penalizing those of us that actually did our due diligence in learning how to spell correctly.

    1. Wow, spelling doesn’t count? That’s ridiculous! No wonder I read so many posts with poor grammar and spelling.

  3. If we all read The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene, it would end political controversy.

    See also: Rankle the Great by Zachariah Bennet Douglas.

  4. Eddie Glaude Jr.’s eye rolling at the end said it all.

    This subject needs a much deeper examination. 8 minutes and 36 seconds is not enough.

    1. He lost his temper, but somehow he won the argument? Only in a land overflowing with intolerant lawyers.

    2. That’s because Eddie Glaude brought a knife to a gun fight. Rufo literally obliterated him on live TV.

  5. when the talking heads on Morning Joe can’t even agree on what CRT is, we’ve got a problem

  6. They should worry. Instead of the “CRT”, students should learn the, “Critical Thinking and Analytical Reasoning Theory”.

    1. Yes . Ironic it’s called critical race theory when it is slavish almost religious dogma that only invites a narrow set of allowed ideas.

  7. It was too funny seeing Glaude’s whiny/crying facial expressions as he was losing this debate. What a weak minded bigot he is. Imagine crying about being told that stereotyping people solely based on race is wrong LOL.

  8. “The goal is to have the public read something crazy in the newspaper and immediately think “critical race theory.” We have de-codified the term and will re-codify it to annex the entire range of cultural constructions that are unpopular with Americans.”

    “We have successfully frozen their brand – “critical race theory” – into the public conversation and are steadily driving up negative perceptions. We will eventually turn it toxic, as we put all of the various cultural insanities under that brand category.

    — Christopher Rufo, March 15, 2021

  9. “Things happening in Illinois and Chicago.”

    Christopher – You can simply say Illinois (state) which captures Chicago (city). Geography should be taught in schools for sure!

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