Pleasing The Left: ‘Anti-Racist’ Author Ibram Kendi Says Anyone Who Has A Problem With CRT Is A ‘White Supremacist’

The irony is that Kendi, a racist himself, is labeling others ‘racists’ for not conforming to his own beliefs

Credit: The Post Millennial


Ibram X. Kendi, a professor at Boston University, criticized the GOP and defended critical race theory in a Saturday op-ed, saying that people that have a problem with the theory are “white supremacists.

The op-ed was published by The Atlantic, which lists Kendi as a “contributing writer,” and “the Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities and the director of the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research.”

Kendi, who has been reported as making as much as $32,500 per hour for a speaking engagement, takes issue with people calling the Republican party a “parents’ party,” and cites contributors at Slate and Vogue, who claim that the GOP is “talking about white parents” only.
However, Kendi then attacks this philosophy itself claiming that they don’t care about white parents, children or families either:

“The foundational assumption of this great myth is that Republican politicians care about white children,” opined Kendi.

“But if they did, then they would not be ignoring or downplaying or defending or bolstering the principal racial threat facing white youth today.”
He wrote that:
“But this great myth is not as rudimentary as the great lie. It represents a Trump Tower of GOP propaganda, built over the past year on four hugely false conceptual building blocks:

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