Senator Ted Cruz called-out Attorney General Merrick Garland Wednesday over his family’s alleged connection with Critical Race Theory.
“Your son-in-law makes a very substantial sum of money from a company involved in the teaching of Critical Race Theory,” said Cruz. “Did you seek an ethics opinion? If Critical Race Theory is taught in more schools, does your son-in-law make more money?”
“I’m answering the best I can!” fired-back the DOJ Chief.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice ripped Critical Race Theory in a recent interview with ‘The View.’
“The question is: Do parents need more influence here?” asked Whoopi Goldberg.
“Their children are in school for seven hours. Parents should have a say, we used to have PTAs, conferences, they should be involved,” said the former Secretary of State.
CRITICAL RACE THEORY TARGETED IN VA. GOV. RACE: A key debate in upcoming races has been how much of a voice parents should have in their child’s school curriculum when it comes to subjects like sex education and critical race theory — the co-hosts and @CondoleezzaRice discuss. pic.twitter.com/OGppOwLXD1
— The View (@TheView) October 20, 2021
“I grew up in segregated Birmingham, Alabama. I could not go into a movie theater or restaurant with my parents. I went to segregated schools. My parents told me prejudice is somebody else’s problem, not yours. You will overcome it and be anything you want to be,” she added.
“One of the worries I have is that it seems that white people have to feel guilty about things that happened in the past. Black people feel disempowered by race,” concluded the former George W Bush official.
Watch the Republicans’ comments above.