Brave Girl Goes Viral After Exposing Racist CRT Survey That Coerces Kids Not to Tell Their Parents

Recently we reported that U.S. House Rep Alexandria Ocasio Cortex (D-NY) went on CNN to explain to viewers how Republicans are basically racist if they don’t want their kids to be taught that they’re racist. Although that wasn’t the exact wording, it certainly was the implication.

This shows just how far radical left-wing Democrats will go to gaslight Americans into believing they’re the bad ones because they don’t want propaganda taught to their children. The video below is a good example of why AOC is, in our view dead wrong. A slightly shaken up but very brave young girl spoke up at a Sartell, Minnesota school, blasting her teacher for making her take a survey with questionable content and telling the kids they can’t tell their parents about that content.

Residents had gathered to discuss “Equity Alliance Minnesota” (EAM), a left-wing group hired earlier this year for an $80,000 audit on “racial inequities” within the Sartell-St. Stephen School District. Students were required to complete a survey for the audit but weren’t allowed to discuss its contents with their parents, said student Haylee Yasgar. “My teacher said that I could not skip any questions even when I didn’t understand them.

One question asked us what gender we identify with. I was very confused along with a lot of other classmates.” She went on to say that students had been directed not to “repeat any of the questions to our parents.” She continued: “Being asked to hide this from my mom made me very uncomfortable like I was doing something wrong,” she told the school board.

Alpha News MN reported in part:

Parents remain concerned that the district, knowingly or not, is pursuing CRT and putting politics over educating children.

Despite the high school having ample space, a standing room crowd of more than 100 people crowded into the oldest gym in the district, a space lacking air conditioning on a hot evening and with poor audio.

Some in the audience felt board members struggled to consistently allot time to various speakers.

Defenders of the audit aimed their claims at enforcing anti-bullying rules and combating mental health issues. They did not specifically reference CRT.

Bullying is going unchecked because discipline isn’t there, since the audit is taking away money and time from mental health issues,” Chris Yasgar, who’s leading a group of parents opposing the audit, claimed in response. “CRT advocates pretend the debate is about teaching racism and slavery. It’s designed to do the opposite. I think it’s a sign of their position’s weakness that they keep returning to this line.”

It remains to be seen yet what effect kids and parents around the nation and in Minnesota will have on these things happening in taxpayer-funded schools or any schools for that matter. It’s good to see people stand up for what they feel isn’t right. It’s yet another thing to have an effective plan to stop these things from happening. Often politicians raise money on promises that they will take care of these sorts of problems for us, then fail us time and time again when we elect them.

With Democrats regaining a stronghold in elections around the nation, soon Republican politicians who want to even have a chance of winning will have to do more than just make empty promises. Action will be needed, but even action won’t be enough when the chance of Republicans winning elections goes away for good, which could happen in some areas eventually. It’s a scary prospect, for those who are indeed paying attention to what’s happening around the nation.