One face of hate. Michelle Leete says, Let them die" to those opposing CRT. (Page 1/1)
sourmash JUL 21, 05:57 PM
The storyline is that she was addressing the push back of teaching the anti-White agenda through Critical Race Theory. In the last sentences of her outburst she tells these people, "Let them die."

They wouldn't fire her, but she has resigned.
Rickady88GT JUL 21, 07:48 PM
The new definition of tolerance.
Been in use sense Trump was elected. The liberals/ progressive s/leftists have adopted this mentality as normal. They act strange when they get called out for it,.... as if it is perfectly fine to openly and blatantly hate people? See, it makes sense, the new definition of tolerance.
sourmash JUL 22, 09:53 AM
They act surprised because in their normal echo chambers they all promote dispossession and targeting Whites through racist policy as their ultimate plan. They know the media is behind this agenda and count on it to deflect for them.
Jake_Dragon JUL 22, 12:14 PM
Term limits. Move up or move out.

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rinselberg JUL 23, 03:30 PM
I agree with the aforementioned Michelle Leete's decision to resign from her position as VP of Training for the Virginia Parent Teacher Association (PTA) after her "Let them die" remark.

Good call, Michelle!

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.

That is the text of a Twitter message, dated March 15, 2021, from Christopher F. Rufo, who I think could fairly be described as an "anti-Left activist."

These are articles, all recent, that connect to this topic.

"What exactly is critical race theory? And why are Republicans so upset about it?"
Associated Press and Nexstar Media Wire; republished by WFLA NBC affiliate News Channel 8 Tampa Bay FL; June 25, 2021.

"What the founders of critical race theory have to say about the conservative attacks"
Rachel Hatzipanagos for the Washington Post; July 22, 2021.

"The engineered conservative panic over critical race theory, explained"
Brandon Tensley for CNN; July 8, 2021.

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sourmash JUL 23, 03:38 PM
It's anti-White. It programs non-Whites that they can't succeed against Whites, not unless they behave in a racist manner toward Whites.

But Affirmative Action, doesn't it support some of the same?