'Race Cars' are America's new race wars
A slip of the tongue captures the truth
FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. — From Southern California to the Boston suburbs, children in America’s K-12 schools are being indoctrinated with a toxicity that separates them into “racial affinity circles” and judges them with “privilege walks.”
It’s the ideology of critical race theory that demands that we look at all of society through the lens of race. How is this ideology trickling down to young students?
Through innocent-sounding books like “Race Cars: A children’s book about white privilege,” by author Jenny Devenney. In a segment on Fox News, I had a Freudian slip and called the book, “Race Wars” — my mistake after a long drive home from my mother’s house for Thanksgiving — but in my error, I was actually speaking a truth.
The book captures the race wars to which ideologues, activists and educrats are subjecting America’s children.
Here are just some images from the book that capture the race wars that colorful (pun intended) books like “Race Cars” are plunging our children. No long are “Chase” and “Ace” just friends “in a world with lots of other race cars,” but they are cars divided by race. It’s time for us to challenge all injustices — in whatever form they take — stop indoctrinating and dividing children by ideas of race and protect the humanity that is in our children.