President Biden appoints Critical Race Theory activist to assist in Education Department office

President Biden has appointed Critical Race Theory activist Precious McKesson, chair of the Nebraska Democratic Party’s Black Caucus, as a Special Assistant in the DOE’s office of Communications and Outreach.

McKesson cast the only Biden-Harris vote out of Nebraska’s five electoral college ballots in 2020. Republican Congressman Jim Banks of Indiana, a member of the House’s Education and Labor Committee, called her appointment a ‘slap in the face,” telling the Daily Mail, “The Biden administration claims CRT doesn’t exist, then appoints a CRT activist to the Department of Education and sics the FBI on parents who oppose their poisonous ideology. The backlash against CRT started because Democrats are obsessed with inserting politics in the classroom, where it doesn’t belong. Appointing a political activist to an agency that’s responsible for kids’ education is a slap in the face to parents across the country.”

Senator Roger Marshall of Kansas added, “At a time when President Biden’s Justice Department is targeting school parents for simply voicing their concerns and objection to the teaching of radical curriculum in our nation’s schools, it is shocking, but not surprising, that they’ve moved to confirm another CRT advocate to a high rank within the Department of Education.”

On Tuesday, Florida GOP Senator Rick Scott hit out at the Biden administration and the FBI targeting parents who protested against Critical Race Theory being inculcated in children’s education. He tweeted, “Joe Biden’s attorney general wants the @FBI to go after parents for speaking out at school board meetings to protect kids from radical curriculum like critical race theory. Biden’s disgusting socialist agenda must end. We won’t let him intimidate & silence parents.”




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