More than most other Republicans, the elite education of Missouri Senator Josh Hawley gives him an advantage in challenging progressive scholarship and "Critical Race Theory" . . . To be fair CRT is mostly a useless topic that occupies the minds of grad students working as urban coffee shop baristas but thanks to a nationwide push, this impractical lesson plan is now disseminated amongst younger scholars.
Accordingly, here's a quick peek at the Missouri MAGA leader pushing back against people who aren't nearly as educated . . . Read more from both sides of the debate:
Josh Hawley was just explaining how much he agreed with Barack Obama when Kamala Harris arrived. For weeks, the junior senator from Missouri had raised hell over who should head the federal agency that is the equivalent of the federal government's human resources department.
Sen. Josh Hawley has slammed the writings of Ibram X. Kendi, a prominent anti-racism scholar. Ibram X. Kendi explains how he is not a scholar of Critical Race Theory, and that in his book 'How to Be an Antiracist,' 'I make the case that we shouldn't believe that anyone is inherently racist, or that we should identify anyone as a racist.'
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