A press release from the Great American Patriot Project is announcing the creation of a nationwide database that will be used to track, report, and expose advocates of Critical Race Theory.
Alex Phillips is the founder of the Great American Patriot Project. The group’s goal is to elect America-first candidates at the federal level. Now, they are focusing on Critical Race Theory to save our schools and our culture.
The project is called the Expose Critical Race Theory Project and it has already tracked thousands of community activists and educators across the nation, noting their city and state.
Phillips also founded American Priority which holds its annual #AMPFest gathering at Trump National Doral every October.
Users will be able to find the names of thousands of advocates that have already been entered into the database. They will also have the option of reporting Critical Race Theory in their communities. The original information for the project was sourced from a public online petition that supports Critical Race Theory by The Zinn Education Project.
— Alex Phillips, Host of AMPFest2021! (@AlexpHSL) August 17, 2021
The Zinn Education Project is coordinated by two non-profit organizations: ‘Teaching for Change’ and ‘Rethinking Schools’ that have spent decades developing and providing social justice resources for teachers. It is named after Marxist educator Howard Zinn, whose book, A People’s History of the United States, became a mainstay among leftist academics. The project has anarchist and communist roots.
“The Zinn Education Project promotes and supports the teaching of people’s history in classrooms across the country. For more than ten years, the Zinn Education Project has introduced students to a more accurate, complex, and engaging understanding of history than is found in traditional textbooks and curricula. With more than 130,000 people registered, and growing by more than 10,000 new registrants every year, the Zinn Education Project has become a leading resource for teachers and teacher educators,” their website reads.
The database was built to refute Zinn’s teachings and to take a stand against those espousing them. “The idea for this effort came after a leftist educational non-profit with anarchist and Marxist roots released the results of their online petition to send Critical Race Theory into our schools. Those who signed the petition were made aware that this data would be made public, so we are not revealing private information in any way. The list includes educators, school administrators, college professors, and community activists lobbying for CRT,” asserted Phillips.
The website for the database also states, “Those individuals engaged in publicly spreading the hateful ideologies that CRT are built upon, have put themselves in the public spotlight and therefore this database is in no way, shape, or form meant to DOXX these individuals, simply hold them accountable for their bigoted beliefs.”
“We intend on thoroughly reviewing all new submissions and relying on publicly available data to match them to the verified identities of real people. The parents of America deserve to know if their children’s minds are being poisoned by the racist ideologies that are part of Critical Race Theory,” he proclaimed in the press release.
“Over the next few months, we have set a goal of raising $250,000 to do a nationwide petition of teachers to identify who supports and who opposes Critical Race Theory,” concluded Phillips.
Critical Race Theory has run rampant across the nation and has reportedly infected the majority of our educational institutions. It purports a racist message while insisting it is anti-racist. It has become a central issue for parents and others in the United States who are enraged by what they perceive as blatantly racist and Marxist principles being forced on students in classrooms. Children are ostensibly taught to hate and segregate depending on their race.
Other American institutions such as the military and our government have also been tainted by Critical Race Theory. Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley testified before congress that Critical Race Theory should be an active part of training for the military and railed about “white rage.”
The database is already gaining momentum and support online:
Good! Keep up the fight against this divisive revisionism!
— KonservativeKatie (@KonservativeKa1) August 18, 2021
Doesn’t feel too good to be on a publicly available list
all of a sudden, does it CRT idiots?
We will hounds you out of our schools/universities, halting grants, tenures, & endowed professorships
we promise you.
Go preach in another county-
no appetite for that shit in the US
— David Theisen (@illini101458) August 18, 2021
Expose all of them. What is good for the goose as they say.
— Henry II (@HenryII5) August 18, 2021
Critical race theory is a Nazi ideology..
— Mike Moore (@MikeMoo61299704) August 18, 2021
No surprises here. Rural areas seem spared but the power corridors are infested.
— Leticia Velasquez (@CauseofourJoy) August 18, 2021
— zachariah lindan sr. (@mrlindan) August 18, 2021
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