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‘The View’ Invites Biden’s Education Secretary to Lie About Critical Race Theory

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The liberal hosts of The View and President Biden’s Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, teamed up today to lie about Critical Race Theory in public K-12 schools. 

The whole interview with Cardona was set up as an “us vs. them” conflict, with parents being the antagonists to the Biden administration. Co-host Joy Behar first complained to the education secretary about vaccine-hesitant parents. Behar boasted how California made COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for school age kids and pleaded for the federal government to follow suit:

This is interesting because California has already announced they’ll mandate the vaccine for in-person learning once the shots are fully approved. Which is when a couple of week or months or what? Will covid vaccines eventually be mandated in schools the same way other vaccines are? 

Cardona disappointed her by saying he hoped there would be mandates at the local level. Next, it was Sara Haines’ turn to whine about troublesome parents getting in the way of the left’s agenda. While ABC played a montage of heated school board meetings, Haines’ fretted, “School board meetings have gotten so ugly and contentious that the DOJ is stepping in right now to protect board members, school staffers, from threats.” She failed to mention how the DOJ was targeting parents as domestic terrorists.

Haines asked Cardona how the government could address the “outrage” over COVID mandates and Critical Race Theory.

Cardona opined how schools were like a “second family” to most kids and educators had the kids’ best interests in mind, so more trust from parents was needed: “Yes, let’s engage with our families, let’s hear the voices. But let’s also trust that our educators know what to do to keep our children safe and keep them learning together, which is where they learn best.” All nice, but he avoided addressing why parents were angry to begin with. Sunny Hostin went there next, inviting Cardona to get political and criticize Virginia’s GOP gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin for an ad he put out against CRT:

Just this week in Virginia, the Republican candidate for government [sic] put out an attack ad featuring a mother who objected to her child reading Toni Morrison’s Pulitzer prize winning novel “Beloved,” which was about the horrors of slavery, really. What’s your take about how race and racism should be taught? And how much should parents be involved on that issue in particular?

After the secretary praised the book, he again emphasized how parents needed to trust their kids’ schools to educate them properly. “When we trust our educators we can teach our students to be it critical thinkers and learn about the history, even the parts we’re not proud of but still unify us under one flag as Americans. We can do that,” he touted to applause.

That’s when the hosts encouraged Cardona to unabashedly lie about CRT being taught in schools:

HOSTIN: Is Critical Race Theory as it’s being bandied about right now, taught through K-12? 

CARDONA: No.

JOY BEHAR: Say that again please.

CARDONA: [shaking head] It’s not. 

ANA NAVARRO: Critical Race Theory is not taught K through 12. Let me say it again. I can say it in Spanish, too. 

BEHAR: Any age? 

CARDONA: Law school. 

BEHAR: Law school. 

HOSTIN: Thank you for clearing that up. 

Not only is this not true, but Cardona himself is guilty of promoting CRT at both the federal and local level! Last year when he was education commissioner for the state of Connecticut, he crafted the first ever mandatory CRT curriculum for high school students to be taught in schools. 

And as soon as became Secretary of Education, the DOE attempted to mandate pro-CRT nonsense to be taught in K-12 schools at the federal level, but recently backed down after heavy pushback from parents.

But The View, like the rest of the media, were doing their part at being good little propagandists for the Biden administration on this hot button issue, all in an effort to deceive voters in local elections where it is at stake.

You can contact The View’s advertiser Dove at the Conservatives Fight Back page linked.

Read the transcript below:

The View

10/28/21

SARA HAINES: Secretary, school board meetings have gotten so ugly and contentious that the DOJ is stepping in right now to protect board members, school staffers, from threats. Now here’s a snippet of what we’re seeing. 

HAINES: The outrage over everything from covid mandates to Critical Race Theory, it’s palpable, how can we deal with this when all these issues have become so politicized? 

JOY BEHAR: How did we get here? People are so angry. 

MIGUEL CARDONA: There’s so much passion and frustration and division, you know schools are places that unite people, one of the things that our kids missed the most was that sense of community, it’s like a second family and I have complete confidence in our educators across the country to build that back. [ Applause ] Look at what they’ve done in the last 18 months. So let’s keep the politics out of it. Yes, let’s engage with our families, let’s hear the voices. But let’s also trust that our educators know what to do to keep our children safe and keep  them learning together which is where they learn best.

SUNNY HOSTIN:  I agree. [ Applause ] Well, you know, secretary, it’s so great to have you here. My mother is a Puerto Rican teacher, so she’s very proud of you. 

These issues have been politicized as Sara mentioned especially on the campaign trail. 

Just this week in Virginia, the Republican candidate for government [sic] put out an attack ad featuring a mother who objected to her child reading Toni Morrison’s Pulitzer prize winning novel “Beloved,” which was about the horrors of slavery, really. What’s your take about how race and racism should be taught? And how much should parents be involved on that issue in particular? 

CARDONA: You know, as I said before the passion runs really high, I’d love as a father for my children to read Toni Morrison’s book. Because it’s an important piece, an award-winning piece. It speaks to the fact that we have a job to do as educators to bring our families together, to unify and I do believe that we, when we trust our educators we can teach our students to be it critical thinkers and learn about the history, even the parts we’re not proud of but still unify us under one flag as Americans. We can do that. We can do that. That’s the role of educators. I know they can do this. They’re ready for this. 

HOSTIN: Is Critical Race Theory as it’s being bandied about right now, taught through K-12? 

CARDONA: No.

JOY BEHAR: Say that again please.

CARDONA: [shaking head] It’s not. 

ANA NAVARRO: Critical Race Theory is not taught K through 12. Let me say it again. I can say it in Spanish, too. 

BEHAR: Any age? 

CARDONA: Law school. 

BEHAR: Law school. 

HOSTIN: Thank you for clearing that up. 

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