Trump moves to cancel 'anti-American' racial sensitivity training for all federal employees

Instead of critical race theory, they should teach critical thinking instead

President Trump is moving to end racial sensitivity training for federal government employees, claiming it is ‘divisive, anti-American propaganda’.

The Commander-in-chief took to Twitter on Saturday morning confirming he wants to cancel taxpayer funded seminars on ‘critical race theory’, describing them as ‘a sickness that cannot be allowed to continue’.

His tweet followed the release of a two-page memo sent out by the White House Office of Management and Budget on Friday, which asked federal agencies to identify such programs so that they can be purged.

Critical race theory asserts that ‘institutions are inherently racist and that race itself… is a socially constructed concept that is used by white people to further their economic and political interests at the expense of people of color’, according to Texas A&M University professor Tommy Curry.

The theory - which asserts that all people are racist and that all social interactions are underpinned by race - is currently in vogue in academia, and private companies and government agencies have hired specialists to teach their employees how to dismantle ‘white privilege’ and actively become anti-racist.

At the demand of President Trump, the Office of Management and Budget now wants to stop such ‘experts’ from having any influence on those working in federal institutions.

OMB Director Russel Vought writes in the memo: ‘Employees across the Executive Branch have been required to attend training where they are told that “virtually all White people contribute to racism” or where they are required to say that they “benefit from racism”’.

He continues: ‘These types of “trainings” not only run counter to the fundamental beliefs for which our Nation has stood since its inception, but they also engender division and resentment within the Federal workforce.’

Vought subsequently states: ‘The President has directed me to ensure that federal agencies cease and desist from using taxpayer dollars to fund these divisive, un-American propaganda training sessions.’

The memo then asks agencies to 'identify all contracts or other agency spending related to any training on critical race theory/ “white privilege”, or any other training or propaganda effort that teaches or suggests either (1) that the United States is an inherently racist or evil country or (2) that any race or ethnicity is inherently racist or evil. ’

It concludes: ‘The President has a proven track record of standing for those whose voice has long been ignored and who have failed to benefit from all our country has to offer, and he intends to continue to support all Americans, regardless of race, religion, or creed.’

The memo comes after a New York Post report in July revealed that ‘a private diversity-consulting firm conducted a training titled “Difficult Conversations About Race in Troubling Times” for several federal agencies.’

White employees at the Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the National Credit Union Administration and the Office of the Comptroller were allegedly asked ‘to pledge “allyship” amid the ­George Floyd Tragedy’.

According to the publication, the training also asserted that ‘federal employees must “struggle to own their racism” and allow safe spaces where black employees can be “seen in their pain”’.

The training was created by Howard Ross, who has allegedly ‘billed the feds more than $5 million for training since 2006’.


I read this here too! Excellent move!

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Why the hell were our tax dollars being pissed away on this racist bullshit in the first place?


I believe this policy originated from the brain trust of Podesta’s Center for American Progress, which wrote most of Obozo’s agenda while in office. I could be wrong about this but according to Aaron Klein this is where it came from.

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The left academia and their push for critical race theory curriculum and funding need to demonstrate that you can make a career out of being a social justice warrior. What you see is just a normalization of such, and these sorts of “training” are being softly enforced throughout the private sectors. Soon, there will be a law mandating such.

$5 mil for 14 years of brainwashing, that’s a good deal.

The left = thought police.

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The Trump Admin needs to root out whatever entrenched bureaucrats put this racist crap in place to begin with. One thing I have never understood is why Trump has allowed so many Obama holdovers to keep their damn jobs. They have been on the attack since the day he announced his candidacy.


Agree - firing all of the Obamaites should have been the first and easiest step in draining the swamp.

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I agree. Remember, he didn’t walk into this position as a lifetime politician who knows the in’s and out’s like they do. He never served in government.

I believe he has caught on to just how treacherous these folks are.

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Trump was roundly rejected by the Republican establishment because he threatened their entrenched power to conduct a graceful but impotent political party. They concluded he didn’t have a chance to win so they withheld support meaning the incoming Trump administration didn’t have the typical army of office seekers to staff up with.

Traditionally Federal staffers submit their resignations in mass when a new administration is coming in. But with Trump Resistance dead enders stayed in place to act as saboteurs. Trump could have fired them in masse but Senate Democrats successfully engaged in elongating the confirmation process to the point they couldn’t be replaced in Trump’s first term.

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OMG, I don’t think I’d make it through 10 minutes in that class.

I thought it was funny! :upside_down_face:

I looked at her website :nauseated_face:


Yikes! I am sorry! :rofl: :rofl:

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Sadly, it’s required in most university if you want to graduate.

Racial sensitivity?
I thought you could spot a black guy from a mile away.

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Then federally funded universities should lose any funding if they require the class.

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