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  1. dick, not quite dead white guy
    Posted October 19, 2021 at 8:11 pm |

    Lying Terry McAwful just gets deeper and deeper in his own BS. He walked out in a huff halfway through and interview because the reporter “didn’t ask the right questions”.
    After walking out when questioned about CRT in Virginia, Terry said “He’s talking about issues that don’t even exist.”

    Heh heh. McAwful old boy, you better get your lying or ignorant – which is it? – carpetbagging butt out of here and back to New York where you came from.

    Critical Race Theory has had the parents of school kids in Loudoun County, Virginia, in a full-blown revolt for months. Back in May they had more than 1,000 signatures on a petition to recall six of their nine school board members and are certain they will get the required 17,390 to get the job done. They went so far as to check expenditures and confirmed that, contrary to the Board’s claim that they were not teaching Critical Race Theory, they had records of spending money to implement it.

    Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman’s agency headed up the criminal probe involving the push for Critical Race Theory.
    Since 2019, Loudoun County schools have spent hundreds of thousands of tax dollars related to Critical Race Theory, according to the sheriff’s investigation. Much of the cash has gone to the “Equity Collaborative,” a group that seeks to expose and eliminate “the dominant (male, White, heterosexual) ideology” and teaches tenets like “Whiteness as property” and “Permanence of racism.” One contract for work included “Coaching support for school board members focused on “Critical Race Theory Development” at $625 an hour. Another contract was for six remote sessions for a high school principal at a cost of $24,000.

    That sounds like an issue to me, Terry.

  2. rickn8or
    Posted October 20, 2021 at 4:09 pm |

    Looking into the ownership of “Equity Collaborative” might prove to be verrry in-ter-esting.