Black Father Goes Viral Demolishing Anti-White “Race Theory”

During a local school board meeting in Illinois, a black father who’s child attends the school went viral, giving a speech that shook the room to it’s core.

In his speech he identified the dangerous of the Far-Left Critical Race theory, claiming the ideology trains children to “deliberately hate each other.”

Ty Smith went on to laud his achievements in the face of what many liberals claim is “systemic white supremacy, ” receiving two medical degrees and a successful career.

“Two medical degrees. No mom, no dad in the house. Worked my way through college, sat there and hustled my butt off to get through college,” he continued. “You going to tell me somebody look like all y’all white folks kept me from doing it? Are you serious? Not one white person ever came to me and said, ‘Well son, you’re never gonna be able to get nowhere because, you know, the black people.’”

Smith questioned the audience, “How did I get here right now if some white men kept me down or kept my colleagues down?” A question that white liberals wouldn’t dare answer as it flies in the face of their entire world view.

The father asked the crowd a simple and direct question, “What, if anything, kept me down?”

The controversy surrounding Critical Race Theory has sparked much fury as of late given the Far-Left insistence that it be taught in public schools across the nation. The theory, largely underpinning the ideology brought forward in the 1619 Project, claims that the United States was founded on principles of anti-black racism, principles that continue to fuel its existence today.

Targets of Critical Race Theory include many of the founding fathers, the U.S. Constitution, and other tenets of American society that are now deemed unacceptable for school children by the Far-Left.

Republicans governors have begun taking notice of the harmful affects of this theory, many of whom claim it does nothing except spark racial tension, not heal them.

Some governors have even signed legislation banning the theory, or the ideological underpinning from the 1619 Project from being taught in public schools.

Republican Governor of Florida recently signed legislation banning the Far-Left ideology from being disseminated in public schools.

Similarly, Republican Governor of Texas followed suit, stopping the Far-Left in its tracks.

A plurality of the American people seem to be displeased by the use of Critical Race Theory as well. According to recent polling, American parents wish not for their children to be indoctrinated by Far-Left ideology that breeds racial hatred and division.

Author: Nolan Sheridan