Critical Race Theory’s Anti-American Agenda is all coming out thanks to lawmakers like Republican Lt. Governor of North Carolina, Mark Robinson and his education task force.
“Right now we have a lot of people on the left, on the hard left, who are using our education system basically as their own personal playground to push their own personal agendas. And we’re going to continue to fight to wrestle that away from them and get education back to a place where it should be,” Robinson said on Saturday.
According to NC Family, who hosted Robinson on their weekly radio program on Saturday:
“The Lieutenant Governor’s F.A.C.T.S. Task Force—which stands for Fairness and Accountability in the Classroom for Teachers and Students—works to support parents, teachers, and students who are “willing to stand up for North Carolina’s future by exposing indoctrination in the classroom, and ensuring that our students are taught how to think, not what to think.”
“We started this task force to give parents, teachers, and students a place where they could bring their complaints, and not just have them heard, but actually figure out a way to do something about this. This is a problem not just in North Carolina; it is a problem all across the country,” Robinson said.
Already Robinson, a former North Carolina school board member and an emerging prominent national leader against leftism, has uncovered the heart of Critical Race Theory in the schools with the help of teachers, parents, students, and school board members.
On Saturday Robinson told NC Family and their audience:
“The standards that we had originally—I had not seen them before I was a famous School Board member— were very good standards. They were very straight to the point. Anyone who’s read them could understand them; there was really no question about them. Some folks objected to those standards for some reason and demanded that some of this so-called social justice language be placed into it,” Robinson said.
“And, you know, reading over those [new] standards, they read like, I think one School Board member described them as, they were going to give them a title called, ’10 Reasons Why America is a Bad Place.’ I mean, really divisive language saying America is systematically racist, which is just not true,” said Robinson.
Watch Robinson’s original announcement about his historic Critical Race Theory Task Force:
If you have experienced or are experiencing bias, indoctrination, or discrimination in your school, visit the Lieutenant Governor’s F.A.C.T.S. Submission Form to report this unfair treatment!