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Obama Downplays CRT, Claiming It’s Not Important. He’s Terribly Wrong

Recently, America’s worst president of all time did an interview with one of America’s snottiest, most repulsive journalists. As you can probably guess, I’m referring to Obama’s interview with Anderson Cooper, CNN’s resident leftist ideologue.

If you have the stomach for it, you can watch the interview here:

The basic gist of the interview, for those that don’t have the stomach to watch it, is, in the words of Trending Politics’ Chris Donaldson, is this: “Obama appeared with the reptilian Anderson Cooper in a wide-ranging interview that always circled back to race and put an official seal of approval on the demonizing of white people. Especially those who are supporters of former President Donald J. Trump.”

While that description is certainly accurate, it’s not the most important part. We all know that Obama is a corrupt race-baiter that views those who voted for Trump with contempt, a terrible president who managed to bankrupt the US and reverse half a century of race relations in eight short years. So it wasn’t particularly surprising or notable that Obama viciously and unfairly attacked whites and Trump supporters; that much can be expected of Obama and his ilk.

What was surprising, and needs to be your takeaway from the interview, was that in the video Obama downplays CRT and pretends that it’s not a major issue, falsely claiming it’s of less importance than “climate change.” Here’s what he said:

“You would think with all the public policy debates that are taking place right now that the Republican Party would be engaged in a significant debate about how are we going to deal with the economy and what are we going to do about climate change?

Lo and behold the single most important issue to them apparently right now is critical race theory. Who knew that that was the threat to our republic but those debates are powerful because they get at what story do we tell about ourselves…

It’s hard for the majority of this country of white Americans to recognize that, look, you can be proud of this country and its traditions and its history and our forefathers … and yet it is also true that this terrible stuff happened. And that, you know, the vestiges of that linger and continue.”

Of course, our former race-baiter in chief knows he’s lying when he downplays CRT in the interview, as Christopher Rufo pointed out in this tweet:

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The thing is, anyone with half a brain knows that CRT is of incredible importance. For it or against it, it’ll certainly prove to be of more import to America than whether the temperature stays steady or goes up a degree. The battle over our culture, over what our nation will look like and how our people will act, that is what’s important.

Proponents of CRT know that; it’s why they are so militantly in support of it, constantly bashing anyone who defends traditional America.

Similarly, anti-CRT people know it’s important; otherwise, they wouldn’t take the personal risk necessary to bravely stand up to those pushing it.

The battle for America’s fate and future will be fought over CRT. If the pro-CRT lobby wins, America as we know it is gone. The Founding Fathers will be viewed as monsters, the great men of our past consigned to the dustbin of history.

On the other hand, if the anti-CRT lobby wins, real America might survive a bit longer. Real history will be taught, Americans will once again be judged based on their merit rather than the color of their skin, and patriotism will triumph over internationalist socialism.

So, Obama, that is why the GOP is focused on critical race theory rather than the angry sun monster. It’s the threat to our republic, not CO2 levels.

By: Gen Z Conservative. Follow me on ParlerGab, and Facebook