Former National Security Adviser and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has some harsh words against Critical Race Theory.
Appearing on The View, Rice dismantled CRT in just one minute.
The View hosts were stunned, unable to answer.
Even the usually talkative Whoopi Goldberg couldn’t find a response.
Unsurprisingly, the left-wing studio audience was mostly silent.
But Rice’s comments have resonated with Americans around the country.
And the clips are quickly going viral.
One of the worries that I have, about the way that we’re talking about race, is that it either seems so big that somehow white people now have to feel guilty for everything that happened in the past, I don’t think that’s very productive.
Or black people have to feel disempowered by race. I would like black kids to be completely empowered, to know that they are beautiful in their blackness, but in order to do that, I don’t have to make white kids feel bad for being white.
You can watch the whole segment here:
Thoughts? Yes I know it’s the view. Condoleezza Rice explains that she doesn’t believe in teaching critical race theory. pic.twitter.com/oNUcOfzAxn
— Erin Elizabeth Health Nut News (@unhealthytruth) October 21, 2021
For the most impressive parts, check these tweets out:
Condoleezza Rice, wiped the floor with the women on The View with her response to CRT! https://t.co/bDMOIdxGPQ
— President-Elect Ty (@Tyspeakstruth) October 21, 2021
Condoleezza Rice was a class act on The View today and she was treated horribly.
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) October 20, 2021
Rice’s argument is something that is unifying Trump supporters with independents.
Over at Red State, they had nothing but praise for Rice:
With that in mind, we turn to Condoleezza Rice’s appearance today on “The View.” Rice, who was a national security advisor and then the Secretary of State under former President George W. Bush, was asked about a number of topics from the supposedly enlightened leftist “View” co-hosts, including on the Capitol riot, the passing of her former colleague and Bush’s first Secretary of State Colin Powell, as well as her view on Critical Race Theory from the perspective of a black woman who grew up in the segregated south.
Rice’s argument blew me away in terms of both her calm approach and the beautiful simplicity of it. She proved that there’s no need to launch into a two-hour diatribe with PowerPoint slides (though if you’re making a formal presentation to elected officials and other public figures of import and power, it might be necessary). She needed just 60 seconds to stun the “woke” co-hosts into silence, making the case that it’s important for both black and white children to grow up feeling empowered, and for black children not to be taught that their white schoolmates are racists, and for the white students to not be made to feel like they should have to shoulder the guilt over bad things that happened in our nation long before they were born.
— MRCTV (@mrctv) October 20, 2021
But here’s the thing.
It wasn’t just about CRT.
Apparently, Condi Rice is also doubtful about the “official” January 6 narrative.
She is sick of the focus on January 6.
In fact, she even called it a left-wing “obsession.”
Per the Federalist:
The nation’s former chief diplomat also railed against the left’s obsession with the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 that triggered a Democrat impeachment of an outgoing president followed by a witch hunt show trial in the upper chamber a month later. The partisan probe ordered by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has taken the recent dark turn of targeting private citizens uninvolved in the turmoil at the Capitol complex, but who instead exercised their right to protest.
“I said at the time Jan. 6 was wrong,” Rice said. “Full stop … I cried that day, because I thought, ‘I studied countries that do this. I didn’t think it would happen in my own country.’”
But, she added, lawmakers who resumed business the same night served as a powerful testament to the vigilance of American institutions.
“I’m one who believes that the American people are now concerned about their, what we call ‘kitchen table issues,’ the price of gasoline, inflation, what’s happening with their kids in school,” Rice said. “We do have a lot of issues, and I hope what we will do is move on to the next generation of leadership.”
Apparently the radical left doesn’t want to listen to Condi Rice.
See some of their nasty reactions below:
Condoleezza Rice is clashing with the ladies of #TheView
Condoleezza Rice: The American people have kitchen table issues they are worried about (True)
Whoopi: That’s why Biden is trying to pass those fat bills
Rice: Those bills are not a good idea
Then, what’s her plan? pic.twitter.com/a1TXwgbp6M
— The Chat (@LiveOnTheChat) October 20, 2021
— The Chat (@LiveOnTheChat) October 20, 2021