출연 중 “오늘 밤 터커 칼슨,” Hume attributed the victory of Republican Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin in Tuesday’s gubernatorial election to his stance on social issues like opposing CRT, and expressed his agreement that it shouldn’t have any influence in schools.
“There’s an argument about this whole question of critical race theory in this particular political race. And on one side – I heard it all day today, I saw it everywhere … ‘critical race theory is not taught in Virginia schools.’ The AP and NBC are saying it. It’s being said everywhere on the left,” Hume told host Tucker Carlson.
“사실로, 하나, there is ample evidence that critical race theory very much influences and is injected into what is being taught in those schools, and these parents knew that,” 그는 덧붙였다.
Hume suggested that kids being home during 대유행 and parents getting a closer look at what their kids were learning might have been what brought the issue into the spotlight.
“The parents were right, and Youngkin was right, and the left and Terry McAuliffe and the rest of them were wrong on the facts. And as a result, people weren’t going to vote for somebody who didn’t think there was a problem,” 흄 말했다, 그것을 추가 Democratic claims Republicans were the ones to inject race into the election were “baloney.”
“Critical race theory itself injects race into the lives of our schoolchildren. It should never have any influence let alone being taught,” 그는 말했다.
“You can say technically, 음식물, it’s not being taught in the sense that volumes have been written on critical race theory and it’s not been handed out as a textbook, but its influence and its tenets are in those schools.”