Soledad O’Brien’s “Expert” On Critical Race Theory Lied.
Seeking to do damage control over her hackery last week, Soledad O’Brien brought on a guest – with no opposing viewpoints, by the way – who she claims “wrote the book” on Critical Race Theory.
Pay close attention to the main argument: Critical Race Theory “is nothing about white supremacy.”
That’s really interesting considering this same lady, Dorothy Brown, who “wrote the book on CRT”, said this in the book about CRT:
Although CRT does not employ a single methodology, it seeks to highlight the ways in which the law is not neutral and objective, but designed to support White supremacy and the subordination of people of color.
Now, I’m not a Harvard graduate but when you compare what Dorothy Brown told O’Brien to what she wrote about CRT, there seems to be a very large discrepancy. What’s going on here?
Is it possible that Brown and O’Brien are trying to mislead CNN’s viewers?
According to the hacktastic Tommy Christopher, Brown also dismissed another aspect of the story. That being that Obama wasn’t really all that influenced by Bell.
Asked if she sees any of CRT’s influence in President Obama, Prof. Brown responded, “No. I see no footprints. I see no vapors. I see none of Critical Race Theory in President Obama, either in his writings, or what he’s actually done in office. I am dumb struck by that statement.”
Well, we’ve already seen one lie from Ms. Brown. Tommy Christopher takes it at face value. The “expert” has proved that the story the Left has been calling a nothingburger for over a week now is really not a story.
Except for the fact that I’ve shown where Obama was clearly influenced by Bell’s theory, contrary to Ms. Brown’s assertion.
Hmmm. Maybe this is why they didn’t want us to look into Bell during 2008?
(h/t to @Mermaz)