Leftists Furious As Tulsi Denounces CRT, Tells Democrats To Stop Dividing Americans By Race

Former Democratic Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard told her fellow Democrats something that many apparently don’t want to hear – stop dividing Americans by race.

Tulsi Gabbard drew ire from leftists after celebrating the loss of Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia governor’s race.

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“McAuliffe’s loss is a victory for all Americans. Why? Because it was a resounding rejection of efforts to divide us by race, the stripping of parental rights, and arrogant, deaf leaders. This benefits us all,” Gabbard tweeted on Wednesday.

Leftists apparently didn’t appreciate Gabbard’s take. Many called her a right-winger. Some even suggested she changed her political stances for money.

Instead of walking back her statements, Gabbard doubled down. She questioned the left’s use of the term “dog whistle” in their attacks on Republicans.

During the gubernatorial race, McAuliffe accused his Republican contender Glenn Youngkin of using his opposition to “critical race theory” (CRT) as a “racist dog whistle.”

“My fellow Dems: if you want people to vote for you, stop calling millions of Americans dogsonly dogs respond to dog whistles,” she wrote. 
“Stop trying to divide us by the color of our skin. End your open-border policy. Treat us all with the respect we deserve as Americans & God’s children,” she continued. 

CRT Defeated In Virginia

The Virginia gubernatorial race was focused on parental rights and the teaching of the controversial “critical race theory” (CRT) – an academic concept which sees racism as a systemic part of the U.S. society.

Many conservatives (and moderates like Gabbard) believe that CRT divides Americans by race and causes racial tension.

Terry McAuliffe tried to argue that CRT is a dog whistle for parents that don’t want racial issues to be taught in schools.

In a debate in September, Governor McAuliffe said that parents should not be able to influence school curriculum. The statement might have cost him the election.

According to Glenn Youngkin, the newly elected Governor of Virginia, that moment was a tipping point. “When parents heard Terry McAuliffe say that parents don’t have a role in their kids’ education…this ceased to be a campaign, and it started to be a movement led by parents,” Youngkin told Fox.


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