Next US Presidential Candidates Leading the Charge Against Anti-White Racism

Next US Presidential Candidates Leading the Charge Against Anti-White Racism. By John Hinderaker.

They’re just not calling it “anti-white racism” yet, though the political class is edging pretty close.

The conflict in which we are now engaged is stark. The Left hates America and wants to destroy (or “fundamentally transform”) it. The Democratic Party, having drunk the Critical Race Theory kool-aid, is now openly anti-American. …

Unfortunately, our public education system is almost 100% in the hands of the haters, organized and mobilized by the teachers’ unions. Our children are steadily being indoctrinated in anti-Americanism. But here and there, a few politicians stick up for our country.

Not surprisingly, Ron DeSantis is one of them. He is resisting the infiltration of Florida’s school system by Critical Race Theory, which is simply a long way of saying “racism.” …

“Let me be clear, there is no room in our classrooms for things like Critical Race Theory,” he said to some applause from a group of supporters, “Teaching kids to hate their country and to hate each other is not worth one red cent of taxpayer money.”

Teaching children the theory, DeSantis continued, was “trying to make people view each other based on race.”

Yes. Critical Race Theory is simply another word for racism, and liberals are determined to stir up as much racial hatred as possible on the theory that racial division helps the Democratic Party. They probably are right, which does not increase my respect for them.

The next right wing US presidential candidates?

The Democrats are trying to rig things (e.g., via H.R. 1, which unconstitutionally purports to make election integrity illegal) so that Republicans can never govern again. But from a positive perspective, the action is mainly in the states, where governors like DeSantis and South Dakota’s Kristi Noem have carved out tremendous pro-freedom records while building constituencies across the country. …

Which explains why Ron DeSantis and Kristi Noem are early front-runners for the 2024 presidential nomination.

If voting still matters, now that the vote counting is rigged in the US.