Trump Orders Feds To Halt Training On "Anti-American" Critical Race Theory
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President Trump has moved to rid the federal government of the cancer of critical race theory by ordering the halt of "training" sessions that subject white people to disgusting accusations that they are racists even if they don't consciously know it.
In a Labor Day weekend surprise, the Office of Management and Budget sent out a letter to agency heads that they are to “cease and desist” any government training programs that humiliate white employees by shaming them for their "privilege" and bully them into submission to acknowledge their racism.
The letter which was signed by OMB Director Russell Vought informed agency heads that Trump has directed him to halt the use of taxpayer dollars to fund the "divisive, un-American propaganda training sessions" which serve as the ideological foundation for the Marxist Black Lives Matter movement.
Vought ordered the agencies to immediately identify such programs that promote the idea that "the United States is an inherently racist or evil country" or "that any race or ethnicity is inherently racist or evil" which will have liberals screaming racism until their throats are raw.
Real Clear Politics reports "Trump to Feds: Stop 'Anti-American' Training on 'Critical Race Theory’":
On a Friday evening and as November looms, the White House has opened another front in the culture war. At the direction of the president, the Office of Management and Budget is ordering all federal agencies to “cease and desist” any government training programs that include any reference to “critical race theory” or “white privilege,” RealClearPolitics has exclusively learned.
The theory has long been in vogue within academics. Trump now seeks to root it out within the administrative state. Among the ideas underpinning CRT, now formally condemned by the White House, is that the law and all accompanying legal institutions are inherently racist, and that race itself has no biological grounds. The concept of ethnicity is, instead, the product of a white society that uses systems and institutions to advance its own interests at the expense of minorities.
Why does this academic thesis matter? Because it drives government action. And because, during this summer of unrest following George Floyd’s death at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, the president has been asked numerous times if he believes that systemic racism is a problem in America. His answer has been no, and a clearer picture of his thinking comes in the form of a memo authored by OMB Director Russ Vought.
“It has come to the President’s attention that Executive Branch agencies have spent millions of taxpayer dollars to date ‘training’ government workers to believe divisive, anti-American propaganda,” Vought writes in the memo, obtained first by RCP.
“For example, according to press reports, employees across the Executive Branch have been required to attend trainings where they are told that ‘virtually all White people contribute to racism’ or where they are required to say that they ‘benefit from racism,’” he continued.
As the country grapples with questions of race and equality in policing, Trump has ordered that any programming relating to “white privilege” end immediately. According to the White House, such ideas are “divisive, anti-American propaganda.”
RCP cites a spate of absurd recent decisions by federal agencies including NASA's announcement that it would rename the “Eskimo Nebula” and the “Siamese Twins Galaxy” so as to not incur the wrath of Black Lives Matter.
There is also the matter of Sandia National Labs which is the nation's top nuclear weapons research institution and which ordered white male employees to undergo traumatic and humiliating indoctrination sessions right out of Mao's communist China.
Critical Race Theory found fertile ground in using America's campuses as incubators and this racist crackpot pseudoscience has since been unleashed upon the nation where it has been widely accepted by corporations and until now - the federal government.
Ironically, the premise of fighting racism has given rise to the most racist ideology to ever gain a foothold in America, and defeating this existential threat is the struggle of modern times.