I get it...we all want to take the high road and work to bring people together, especially in times like these. But your article assumes that the folks on the other side of the argument are seriously interrogating the principles of CRT. The large (LARGE) majority of them haven't a goddam clue as to what CRT is and they're not the least bit interested in learning. Sheep that they are, Sean and Tucker tell them what to think and believe and they parrot it at yet a higher volume.

None of this is meant to rebut your advice or suggest that it won't work. I'm just not very optimistic that the folks on the other side of the fence are motivated by anything other than hatred.

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George Bohan

George Bohan

Born and raised in the South, living in Ohio. Writes about politics, management, and religion.

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