The debate over critical race theory is the biggest issue in many American communities.
Fox News tried to cover this grassroots uprising when all hell broke loose on the set of one of the network’s most popular shows.
And this Fox News host was just proven wrong about critical race theory on live TV.
“The Five’s” leftwing co-host Richard Fowler tried pitch on the corporate media rescue mission on critical race theory.
Corporate media defenders of the critical race theory argue either that the Marxist ideology is the figment of Fox News viewers’ and host’s imagination or that Republicans looking to ban it from being taught in schools don’t understand what it is.
Understandably Fowler chose the second option claiming Republicans in Iowa that banned critical race theory from schools also banned teaching about slavery.
The left loves this point of attack because it tries to fool Americans into thinking Republicans think slavery is good.
One of Fowler’s fellow co-hosts Jesse Watters called Fowler out on this falsehood about Iowa Republicans banning slavery.
Watters was so confident that was not included in the bill that Watters guaranteed a ban on teaching about slavery was not in the legislation without having even red the text.
“I will bet that you cannot find anything in the bill that says we will not teach slavery in school in Iowa. I guarantee you, Richard, that they have not prohibited the teaching of slavery in history class in the state of Iowa. I guarantee that’s wrong,” Watters stated. “And I say that with no knowledge of the bill.”
Watters told viewers that when “The Five” returned from commercial they would have an answer.
“We will find out the truth about the bill in Iowa, and then we will tell you as soon as we find out.” Watters promised.
And it turned out Watters was right.
“The definitive answer is that Iowa Republicans did not – I repeat, did not – submit a bill banning the teaching of slavery in schools in Iowa.” Watters added.
Liberals like Fowler want to move the conversation away from critical race theory and onto a false narrative of Republican overreach because Democrats see the same viral videos of parents and students protesting at school board meetings against the Marxist critical race theory.
There is grassroots energy growing across the country as Americans mobilize against a leftwing indoctrination scheme that brainwashes children to hate their fellow students based on their race and teaches lies about how America is a systemically racist nation.
The last time this type of organic protests popped up across the country on the right the Tea Party wave of 2010 led Republicans to the biggest route in the history of midterm elections winning 63 seats in the House of Representatives.
That Tea Party wave also allowed Republicans to win control of state legislatures in a year with a census so the GOP could control the drawing of district maps for the next decade.
Democrats are increasingly worried that critical race theory protests are the spawning ground for the next big protest movement on the American right.
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