Democrats Force-Feed Critical Race Theory To Jan 6 Protestors

Liberals will insist conservatives are dealing in “conspiracy theory” by claiming a concerted effort is in the works to reeducate Americans who don’t support Far-Left ideology and to train a future generation of American children to hate their country and its history.

Yet here we are, proof in hand as liberals push forward with their strategy to reshape America into a socialist utopia.

The Jan. 6 protestors were a a huge point of contention for leftists, who claim they are part of a larger white supremacist movement hellbent on the murder and destruction of the entire black population.

These claims are categorically false and used merely as a tactic to drum up hysteria surrounding Trump supporters, which makes their anti-Trump plan more palatable for the American people.

Meanwhile, the protestors thrown behind bars for their involvement on Jan. 6 are experiencing some of the most egregious human rights abuses seen in modern history, rights violations that liberals would ordinarily be up in arms about.

But since Trump supporters are suffering, all is well.

Two men charged in the Jan. 6 Capitol riots say they have been “force-fed” critical race theory in the Washington, D.C., jail where they are being held.

In other words, a left-wing reeducation camp.

In a letter to a D.C. federal judge sent, Ryan Nichols of Texas and Robert Morss of Pennsylvania wrote that they have endured, “constitutional, human and civil rights violations.”

“We are force fed CRT [critical race theory] propaganda on tablets … and force-fed reeducation propaganda.”

They also claimed that there is “anti-White Racial messaging” on their tablets.

Critical race theory is defined by the Encyclopedia Britannica as the concept in which race is a socially constructed category ingrained in American law intended to maintain social, economic, and political inequalities between whites and nonwhites. It holds that the U.S. society is inherently or systemically racist.

Facility conditions at the Washington, D.C. Department of Corrections have come under scrutiny over the last month. A federal judge in mid-October held top officials at the jail in civil contempt after ruling they violated the civil rights of a U.S. Capitol riot defendant by impeding his access to medical care.

Both men were charged for their participation in the Jan. 6 protests.

Both have pleaded not guilty.

Author: Asa McCue