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“They Win”: CRT Founder Crenshaw Makes Shcoking Admission about the Conservative Fight against CRT [VIDEO]

Chris Rufo exposed CRT as a leftist indoctrination attempt yet again, this time by posting a series of videos in which the founder of CRT, Kimberle Crenshaw, admits that the scheme is an indoctrination effort and even admits that conservatives are winning. Watch that here:

Critical race theory founder Kimberlé Crenshaw admits that the anti-CRT movement is winning the language war. “When we’re caught in a ‘is it CRT or not CRT’ [debate], they win. That’s the whole point.”

Rufo then posted a second video of Crenshaw speaking, a continuation of the first video, and followed it with a comment, a message of hope, saying:

Crenshaw is right: we are winning the language war, we are going after the substance, and, with any luck, we will abolish critical race theory from America’s public institutions. ⚔️

As you can hear in the videos, Crenshaw, surprisingly clear-headed given the delusional ideology she supports, says

You can run from the name. That’s not what they’re after. They’re after the substance of what it is that is being taught.

If we learn anything from other moments like this in which the right has come after something and we thought we could continue doing it by calling it something else, then that should be enough of a cautionary tale.

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I think that when we’re caught in a ‘Is it CRT or not CRT,’ they win. That’s the whole point of throwing this in. And I have to say, it took a lot of folks a while to figure that out.

It’s only at this moment where I think it’s clear that it doesn’t matter what it is you call what you do. If you’re trying to center anti-racism in whatever you do, they’re coming for you. They’ve built this cage, and they’ve put us all in it.”

As if to prove her point, the Mississippi legislature, when it passed its bill kicking CRT out of schools, made sure to not say “CRT” or “critical race theory” when describing what was to be banned, but rather to make the substance of what is taught as part of CRT classes or lessons. Instead, it banned the content it didn’t want conservatives learning, saying:

1) No public institution of higher learning, community/junior college, school district or public school, including public charter schools, shall direct or otherwise compel students to personally affirm, adopt or adhere to any of the following tenants:

(a) That any sex, race, ethnicity, religion or national origin is inherently superior or inferior; or

(b) That individuals should be adversely treated on the basis of their sex, race, ethnicity, religion or national origin.

(2) No public institution of higher learning, community/junior college, school district or public school, including public charter schools, shall make a distinction or classification of students based on account of race…

What it did in writing the bill in that manner, is prevent the CRT advocates from doing what Crenshaw admits they’re doing and pass of the CRT lessons as something else simply by doing a different name. As Crenshaw admits, when conservatives go after the substance like that, they win. Now it’s time to just keep going after the substance of that vile ideology.

By: Gen Z Conservative, editor of Follow me on Parler and Gettr.