Virginia parent responds to writer who labeled female Youngkin voters racist 'scorned Karens'

“凯伦”这个绰号在当代行话中被用来贬低那些与他人发生分歧的女性,其他人认为她们的理由或联系有限, such as the proverbial situation of demanding to speak to a store manager about a minor perceived transgression.

In his column, Ali claimed many Americans thought such women were “赢得了” by the rise of Beyonce Knowles, Oprah Winfrey and chai tea beverages, but that instead theywill always turn on people of color on a dime to uphold oppressive systems that ensure they remain influential and powerful handmaidens of White supremacy.

Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin holds a campaign event in Amherst, VA, 十月 28, 2021 (Charles Creitz/Fox News)

Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin holds a campaign event in Amherst, VA, 十月 28, 2021 (Charles Creitz/Fox News) (Charles Creitz/Fox News)

Virginia parent Brooke Corbett, who voted for Youngkin on Tuesday, 告诉 “故事that she did not seek out a confrontation on education policy and said her objections have nothing to do with race:

In a short period of time, we started hearing more about this thing called, 批判种族理论, which I had never heard about. And after some investigation, some requests that I started seeing on the news, a lot of taxpayer money … had been invested in some teacher training and that would be rolled into student curriculum that I didn’t agree with,” 她说.

Corbett explained that her local school board representative denied that FCPS was teaching critical race theory but insteadantibias education– which she said was Fairfax’s way to get out of admitting to teaching what some have called 一个 Marxist revision of American and Colonial history.

It’s clearly in the classroom,” she said of critical race theory, adding that documents and information she has seen led her to further assert that the seeds of such curricula were planted during Democrat Terence McAuliffe’s initial term as 维吉尼亚州 总督, which ended in 2017.

She said that to hide the existence of critical race theory, school boards and activists have hidden it behind terms likeantibias education” 要么 “公平” – the latter of which she said is actually the opposite ofequality”, which was the dream of civil rights leader Rev. 马丁路德金.

Winsome Sears and Del. Jason Miyares, R-Virginia Beach, are shown in this composite photo.

Winsome Sears and Del. Jason Miyares, R-Virginia Beach, are shown in this composite photo.

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