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(Video: Fox News)
Corporate media has remained steadfast in utilizing Critical Race Theory (CRT) talking points in their narrative while adamantly denying that the Marxist ideology is present anywhere other than in institutions of higher learning such as law schools.
Comedian Jon Stewart demonstrated the dogmatic adherence to philosophy during a new episode of his Apple TV show “The Problem with Jon Stewart.” Through a panel discussion, the host went as far as to suggest a guest wasn’t “living on the same f*cking planet” and, as the montage above depicted, he may be closer to the truth than he realizes, according to a report by associate editor for Fox News Digital, Nikolas Lanum.
Writer Andrew Sullivan and Stewart were debating the nature of history itself, which the host insisted was merely awful. Sullivan attempted to defend the past by arguing Stewart was mischaracterizing events with an oversimplification, but the host would not relent.
Jon Stewart has gone full Woke and is catering to the “anti-racist” activists that are perpetuating the same racist ideology that they claim to fight against.
He applauds a "White Fragility" rant and suggests Andrew Sullivan is a racist for not agreeing with the Woke narrative. pic.twitter.com/hFl1Y87Q1D
— Mythinformed MKE (@MythinformedMKE) March 29, 2022
“The systems that were racist that were put in place that-” Stewart offered before being cut off.
Sullivan honed right in on one of the favored talking points and demanded the host explain what he meant. Offering a few examples of what he felt were systems that proved inherent “white supremacy” in America, another CRT talking point, Stewart said, “I just explained it. Andrew, you’re not living on the same f*cking planet we are, honestly.”
The guest countered back with the same sentiment and stated, “Which is why this kind of extremism, this anti-white extremism is losing popular support, is creating a backlash, is gonna elect Republicans, and undo a lot of the good you think you’re doing.”
Stewart’s mentality is exactly the same as those across corporate media. MSNBC contributor Eddie Glaude Jr. said in April 2020, that COVID morbidity was higher for black Americans because of “deep structural racism that has defined American society for generations.”
Dr. Chris Pernell echoed that claim on CNN in January 2021.
Zerlina Maxwell spoke on MSNBC about the 2020 presidential election and said the Iowa Caucus was a “perfect example of systemic racism” because more than 90 percent of voters there are white. Angela Rye emphasized that “systemic racism” was just that and therefore not something that could be left out of a discussion on any topic in an appearance on ABC.
MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace went as far as to declare that CRT “isn’t real” following Glenn Youngkin’s gubernatorial win in Virginia, stating, “Critical Race Theory, which isn’t real, turned the suburbs 15 points to the Trump insurrection-endorsed Republican.”
Meanwhile, CRT founder Kimberlé Crenshaw has openly admitted that the key to implementing CRT resided in controlling the narrative and the language.
“You can run from the name. That’s not what they’re after,” she said of those pointing out CRT throughout education and government. “They’re after the substance of what it is that is being taught.”
On that, Crenshaw is absolutely right. For the time being, guests like Lisa Bond on Stewart’s program will perpetuate racism as they decry and lament it as inherent in all things.
“I did not come on this show to sit here and argue with another white man,” Bond said as she turned her back on Sullivan. “That’s one of the reasons that we don’t even engage with white men at Race2Dinner,” her organization that is geared toward white women discussing the problems they cause to other ethnic groups.
“I’m shutting you down right now,” she added as she turned to only address the other two white men on the panel.
These tactics are not merely isolated to panel discussions either. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was lambasted by the left for his concerns that CRT was integral in SCOTUS nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson’s judicial philosophy.
“Quite frankly,” Chai Komanduri said on MSNBC, “it looked like I saw Ted Cruz commit a hate crime, in the hearing room. It was McCarthyism at its worst,” she concluded of his investigative questions on CRT when he provided receipts on the judge, including a speech that she had given.
But evidence is irrelevant to their claims as they seem to be only interested in perpetuating the narrative.
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