The AP, WaPo, and PolitiFact all said it was "false" that the DOJ was investigating school board protests as "domestic terrorism."

They lied: we now have documents that prove the Biden Admin solicited the initial letter and mobilized the counterterrorism division of the FBI.
The original fact checks were easily debunked in real time.
And the House uncovered the specifics of the counterterrorism operation in November.
Once again: "fact checking" is the lowest form of journalism and deserves nothing but skepticism, ridicule, and contempt. It's often propaganda, wrapped in pseudo-scientific language, with the aim of maintaining the regime narrative. Enough!

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9 Jan
Fact-checking is truly the lowest form of journalism.
Last year, AP did a laughable "fact check" on the Biden DOJ going after school board protestors as "domestic terrorists." Editor @KarenMahabir locked her account and has been hiding ever since.

Cowardly hairsplitters who run interference for the regime.
The issue isn't vaccines or the FBI—it's that our purportedly neutral news organizations are all voluntarily coordinating in service of the dominant left-progressive ideological regime, then laundering that political agenda through the pseudo-scientific "fact checking" process.
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My goal this year is for 10+ state legislatures to pass curriculum transparency bills, requiring public schools to make all teaching materials easily available to parents via internet.

It's time to get the political predators out of the shadows—and return power to families.
The strategy here is to use a non-threatening, liberal value—"transparency"—to force ideological actors to undergo public scrutiny. It's a rhetorically-advantageous position and, when enacted, will give parents a powerful check on bureaucratic power.
The Left will expect that, after passing so-called "CRT bans" last year, we will overplay our hand. By moving to curriculum transparency, we will deflate that argument and bait the Left into opposing "transparency," which will raise the question: what are they trying to hide?
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BREAKING: A public high school in suburban Chicago has created a racially-segregated field trip program for "students of color."
In a statement, the principal of Downers Grove South, Ed Schwartz, told me that the school planned the racially-segregated program to "provide the opportunity for students of color to be partnered with a group of teachers who look like them and have had similar life experiences."
I have documented multiple cases of public institutions promoting "segregation for social justice." This practice can be traced back to critical race theory, which teaches that white and black students often need separate pedagogies and spaces.
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My speech in support of @GovRonDeSantis' anti-CRT agenda, which will ban critical race theory in schools, provide curriculum transparency for parents, and put families back in charge of their children's education.
@GovRonDeSantis This is a major moment for the parent movement. We have found a courageous new champion, Governor Ron DeSantis, who will turn public sentiment into tangible public policy. His legislative agenda in Florida will soon become the gold standard for the nation.
My colleagues at @ManhattanInst have laid down the framework for anti-critical race theory and curriculum transparency policy. Read more here:……
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Denver Public Schools now promoting racially-segregated playtime—for "equity."
According to Centennial Elementary staff, this event was organized by the school's "Dean of Culture," Nicole Tembrock. The event was cancelled due to COVID protocols, but they plan to reschedule in the new year.
University of Denver law professor @davekopel points out that this is illegal under the Colorado Constitution.
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New acronym just dropped: DEI-BJ.
Berkeley's "Division of Equity & Inclusion" has 400+ employees and a $25 million annual budget.
The purpose of the university is no longer the transmission of knowledge, but activism in support of "diversity and inclusion." Here's an excerpt from the Chancellor's recent commencement speech:
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