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Benny Johnson, a digital creator, shared leaked documents from an Iowa school system he said that show teachers were forced to classify ‘Make America Great Again’ as a type of “racism” and “white supremacy.”

Johnson cited mandatory Critical Race Theory training which was forced on teachers at taxpayer’s expense.

With President Donald J. Trump winning Iowa by historical totals in 2020, teachers of Iowa are being instructed to classify the majority of Iowa children as racists and white supremacists, Johnson claimed.

Johnson said the training was mandated to all educators and employees of the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency.

It isn’t just MAGA that is racist, white supremacy either.

Included on the list are:

Columbus Day
American Immigration Law
Mass Incarceration
Denying white privilege
Believing America is ‘post racial’
Believing people are part of a ‘human family’

There was also a slide showing the various levels of racism:

The presentation defined Critical Race Theory as a tool for the destruction of America, according to Johnson:

“Unlike traditional civil rights, which embraces step by step progress, Critical Race Theory questions the very foundations of the liberal order and principles of constitutional law.”

Johnson said he has obtained the sign in sheet for the training and hundreds of educators were forced to attend.

“Attendees of the meeting were prompted to give their input on drafting an ‘anti-racism’ statement and break into groups to discuss their own whiteness and racism,” Johnson wrote.

Iowa legislators passed a bill to ban teaching divisive concepts. Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed the law earlier this spring.

To read Johnson’s full piece, visit this website.

Author: Jacob Hall