What a day it has been — former first lady Barbara Bush passed away at the age of 92, and as if out of central casting for an angry liberal, a college professor from Fresno State decided the world had to know that she was happy Bush had died.
English professor Randa Jarrar proudly declared Mrs. Bush a “racist” and repeatedly told the world how she deserved to die and how, thanks to tenure, she couldn’t be fired for saying so. The school quickly tried to distance itself from her, but the damage was done.
One of the leaders of the Women’s March is in hot water again. Tamika Mallory made news last month when she was outed as a proud fan of racist and anti-Semitic Louis Farrakhan. Now she’s attacked Starbucks’ decision to include the Anti-Defamation League in the coffee company’s “unconscious bias” training because they’re Jews who support the existence of Israel. Will the mainstream media continue to give her a pass because she’s a progressive “leader”? Probably.
The director of the CIA, it was reported, secretly met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un over Easter to help set up the meeting between the despot and President Donald Trump. The most shocking part of the story is the White House was able to keep that a secret for so long. Maybe the leaks are stopping?
AP history class used to be a place where high school students were taught history in an intense atmosphere to prepare them for college. Thanks to a new textbook, it’s now just another opportunity to indoctrination to the liberal agenda. The text in a new book involving the victory of Donald Trump in the 2016 election is disturbing, but not surprising.
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