Tuesday, December 28, 2021

We’re All Bozos On This Bus: Episode 372


You remember Nikole Hannah-Jones, the creator of the New York Times 1619 Project which reimagined and revised the historical narrative of America. Now Nikole, being a journalist, is by definition a writer of creative fiction, and her 1619 Project is clearly an example of the genre. Using her mutterings as a basis for actual educational purposes is laughable. Yet here we are: the 1619 Project served to give “intellectual” lift to educators to include Critical Race Theory (CRT) in it’s curriculum.

Hannah-Jones told Meet The Press on Sunday that education should be left to teachers and educators – which she admittedly is not one of, her degrees being in African American Studies and Journalism.

Hannah-Jones argued on NBC Sunday that parents and lawmakers should leave the question of what to teach in schools up to teachers and administrators. “So I think we should frame that question properly,” she ​said. “And I don’t really understand this idea that parents should decide what’s being taught.​”

Her position clearly and succinctly delineates the looney liberal concept of government’s role in your life: give us your money and we’ll decide what’s best for you. But despite her admission of not being an educator herself, she has no qualms about her propaganda being used as the basis for schools’ history/CRT curriculum. And you parents: you should just shut up. You’re not qualified to say what your children should be taught.

Much better you let Bozo handle that important responsibility.

_mediumHannah-Jones, sporting her Bozo look while impersonating an educator