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Juan Williams Claims “Parents’ Rights” is a Rallying Cry for White Supremacists

Juan Williams Claims “Parents’ Rights” is a Rallying Cry for White Supremacists

I want Williams to explain why a 6-year-old in Loudoun County asked her mom if she is evil because of her white skin after a history lesson in school.

When you lost the fight you throw in the race or any other -ism card despite the overwhelming evidence against you.

Fox News analyst Juan Williams claimed the parents who scream “parents’ right” are using it as a rallying cry for white supremacists.

Williams’ op-ed in The Hill lacks substance and waters down Critical Race Theory to make it sound like the parents are insane:

Now Virginia Republicans are back with a new and improved “Culture Wars” campaign for 2021. The closing argument is once again full of racial division — but this time it is dressed up as a defense of little children.

The rallying cry is “Parents’ Rights.”

It is a campaign to stop classroom discussion of Black Lives Matter protests or slavery because it could upset some children, especially white children who might feel guilt.

I don’t know about you, but why do we need to change American history lessons? Without critical race theory, I learned all about slavery and the stains of our past. I learned racism is wrong. Slavery is wrong. Jim Crow is wrong.

The only thing missing is the white guilt. Teachers, lessons, administrators, and students never made the white kids feel guilty for the sins and crimes of those in the past.

Williams also implied a mother was racist because she wanted to ban Toni Morrison’s book Beloved since the author is black. The mother then wanted the schools to give parents an opt-out option for their child.

I hate the idea of banning books. It’s gross. The opt-out option is great.

But the mother had a problem with the sexual content in the book. It had nothing to do with Morrison’s skin color. (By the way Beloved is a fantastic book)

How can Williams explain this mother from education ground zero Loudoun County in Virginia? She pulled her children out of public school because someone shamed her over her white skin:

“My children are now in private school and are thriving,” the woman told the board, claiming the “swift and uncompromising” political agenda of the district’s former and current administration forced her hand.

“First, it was in early spring of 2020 when my 6-year-old somberly came to me and asked me if she was born evil because she was a white person — something she learned in a history lesson at school,” the concerned mom said.

“Then you kept the schools closed for a year and a half, despite the science indicating it was safe for kids to return,” she continued. “Now you’ve covered up a rape and arrested, humiliated and falsely accused parents of being domestic terrorists.”

This mother is white. But Williams disregards the people of color who have spoken out against Critical Race Theory:


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School Choice should be a Civil Right.

Nobody is damaged more by the teacher’s unions and their near monopoly on education than poor, minority kids.

    Juan Williams: you’re just Colin Pumpernick (or whatever the idiot’s name is) without the bad hairdo.

    4fun in reply to Paul. | November 1, 2021 at 10:04 pm

    Not to mention that as a voting block politicians pander to them and shower them with money in the form of promised raises and better retirement and benefits. Why not offer the moon, it isn’t like the candidate is paying for it out of their own pocket.
    Public unions should be outlawed.
    And we need a better way to rein in spending, no reason why 535 people should be able to force 330 million to pay for the bribes they’re offering their backers.

Well he’s right if white supremacist means believing that traditional American orientations are better. Apparently thousands of illegal aliens believe this as well.

It’s in the Constitution and is the set of rules agreement with which makes you an American. I think that’s even part of naturalization.

Example: you can draw Mohammad. If a Muslim agrees with that then he can be an American. Otherwise not.

If you don’t like the rules, there are rules for changing them too, so that what you agree to continues through the change. Namely you agree on the set of rules.

Changing the rules outside the prescribed procedure is not allowed. Parents are insisting on that.

“I hate the idea of banning books. ”

Don’t let the left set the terms. There are literally millions of books in this world, many more than could be contained in any single library, especially a grade school’s. This isn’t about banning any of them, it’s about selecting the ones worthy of being on a grade school or high school library shelf.

As to whether illustrated sexual manuals of whatever stripe are suitable and worthy, I’m guessing that the Kama Sutra wouldn’t be found there either. Nor should it be.

    Telemachus in reply to Gosport. | November 1, 2021 at 9:12 pm

    Thank you. I was about to sign in with the same response when I saw your comment. A school library or class reading list can’t possibly include more than even a tiny fraction of books published, one must pick and choose, and what a school board or teacher chooses tells you what message they are attempting to get across. Or should I say attempting to indoctrinate?

    When I read this silly and superficial comment about “banning books” I went back to the top of the article to check the author. Of course I wasn’t surprised.

Williams has lost it. If it was not for race, he would have nothing to say. He’s become a literal one horse pony.

But Williams disregards the people of color who have spoken out …

Et tu, Legal Insurrection?

Please, please, do not call us that.
Many of us us find the term “people of color” demeaning and offensive. We are not defined by the color of our skins.

    rhhardin in reply to Exiliado. | November 1, 2021 at 5:45 pm

    The color of your skin gives lots of prior probabilities about you. Good will might, and often will, lead somebody to ignore some of them but nevertheless it’s information.

So you’re saying Williams lied about the facts in order to present a biased and vicious narrative. Easy to believe. He’s always been a reliable propagandist for the left.

They have no guilt or shame about being party to enabling an actual rape, but want us to feel guilty for crimes they project on imaginary foes.

Them damn honkeys want their offspring to thrive and do well, be happy, etc. They should be like many minorities and have the bureaucratic “village” indoctrinate and train their children to accept less. As long as they can find the welfare and EBT office is

It seems to me I’ve heard this story before. “States’ Rights” is code for white supremacy. “Lower taxes” is code for white supremacy. “USA” is code for white supremacy. “Molon labe” is code for white supremacy. Is there any conservative cause or catchword that isn’t code for white supremacy?

    daniel_ream in reply to Milhouse. | November 1, 2021 at 5:48 pm

    We are rapidly approaching an 8 Mile Moment.

    fscarn in reply to Milhouse. | November 1, 2021 at 6:18 pm

    In answer to your question, NO.

    The left wants the entire concept of personal responsibility (& of individuals accepting the good and bad consequences from that) to be tossed, replacing it with wall-to-wall government. this explains their hate for the Constitution since it’s aim is to limit fedgov government.

    scooterjay in reply to Milhouse. | November 1, 2021 at 6:36 pm

    Yes, capitulation is a good place to start.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Milhouse. | November 1, 2021 at 9:56 pm

    Don’t forget two other code phrases: freedom of assembly, and freedom of contract.

Remember who he works for. FAUX SPEWS

Black is thicker than anything…anything

If you are having trouble spotting the difference between “moderates” (Pelosi, Juan Williams, Biden) and “radicals” (AOC, Bernie Sanders) so am I, why do we use the medias labels for who is moderate vs radical?

    A moderate is apparently a radical who’s been around long enough to not frighten small children when he or she appears on television.

    AOC and Bernie Sanders will never achieve that…

    jagibbons in reply to Danny. | November 2, 2021 at 8:21 am

    I think Manchin is about the only person who comes close to being an actual moderate in the Democrat political scene. Biden and Pelosi have taken up the radical progressive flag.

Antifundamentalist | November 1, 2021 at 6:20 pm

“The Narrative” is that all Conservative, or not-far-enough-Leftist thought is White Supremacy. Even basic arithmetic is White Supremacism. That’s because the end goal is a New Social Order in which everyone is equally oppressed, and only cow-towing to the Party in Charge of Everything will ensure that you and yours have close to adequate work, shelter, food and protection. We’ve seen how this works. We’ve read many dystopian novels about it. And we are watching the collapse and take over in real time.

Just an observation: Most of the time the people that scream racism are the bigoted jerks that are the biggest raciest around

I guess Mr. Willians hasn’t seen all those videos of the eloquent black parents, male and female, raking those school boards over the coals for the same reasons as the whites and asians.

The Friendly Grizzly | November 1, 2021 at 7:01 pm

Juan Juilliams: paid by Fox News to be the ever-complaining black man.

Nice work if you can get it.

    Seems they kicked him off the Five,, and then stuck in Geraldo… They apparently have one chair there that is saved for a jerk. I have stopped watching most of the Fox shows…

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to The Friendly Grizzly. | November 2, 2021 at 5:57 pm

    Who-Whan Hwilliams is the quintessential stupid black that racist Democrats tell us exist.

    After all Who-Whan, blacks couldn’t wipe their asses with toilet paper without the help of liberal whites and house n like you, could they?


    ID. Blacks don’t know how to get them.

    Vote. Nope. Blacks too stupid.

    Show up to work on time? Not in their DNA.

    Use a computer. Nope. Can’t type when your knuckles drag.

    Read? Not at all. Blacks don’t have a language of their own beyond Ebonics.

    All things above were said by liberal whites about blacks.

    Yet. Blacks won’t vote for Republicans.

    Go figure.

The d/prog ideology and it’s policy offspring can’t be defended rationally. Because of this the d/prog seek to stop any debate with false accusations of ‘isms’. This has been their playbook for two generations and for many of us it has lost its sting. I don’t care what names the d/prog call me precisely because they don’t care either. They lie and distort and make disingenuous claims to advance their agenda. If you or I happen to be in the way they will gladly destroy us, not out of any particular malice towards us as individuals but because we stand opposed.

The very public saga in Louden County has awakened the public or at least those who who aren’t true believing, kool aid drinking d/prog to the playbook. That is buttressed by individual experiences with CRT/equity and the Rona insanity. The point here is to ignore what they say and carry on while always making a note of who said it for future reference. The worm always turns and when it does we should be prepared to visit the same consequences on them which they propose for us.

How does Juan explain Larry Elder? One of the most famous so called white supreacists in CA.

Juan missed the boat on this one. The issue is RAPE in public schools in ladies restrooms.

It happened.

The school board tried to cover it up.

Juan comes off as supporting RAPE.

So little juan gets lambasted, roasted and spit out by the liberals years ago. Is – unfortunately – rescued by Faux news. Then goes on to prove just how stupid he really is by continuing to push the liberal line.
Stupid really falls short in describing the butthead.
Now I have to head over to the hill and post something to rile the libs. It is fun though.

    henrybowman in reply to 4fun. | November 1, 2021 at 10:24 pm

    How do you keep from getting banned at The Hill? It’s the only place that has ever banned me — EVER — and I haven’t the slightest idea why.

“I don’t know about you, but why do we need to change American history lessons? Without critical race theory, I learned all about slavery and the stains of our past. I learned racism is wrong. Slavery is wrong. Jim Crow is wrong.”

And then in 2020 and 2021, what I learned was that maybe all the nice-nice I had been taught up to that time was wrong.

Change my mind, POCs.
Or, just call me racist, it’s really the only argument you have.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to henrybowman. | November 2, 2021 at 7:38 am

    All of the nice-nice, in the form of affirmative action, set-asides, busing, race-normed test scores got us… what?

    Affirmative Action: the job not getting done

    Set-asides: bad work performed by The Protected Classes because bad work didn’t matter. Color, language heritage, or plumbing did.

    Non-blacks being attacked in the restrooms, classrooms out of control, intimidation, threats to teachers, steep decline in academic standards in the formerly non-black schools.

    People in college who should at best be in trade schools; at worst, in menial jobs where in the olden times, they already were.

    I, too, and tired of nice-nice. Let them stand or fall on their own merits like everyone else.

Juan is fine with Public Leftist Seminaries indoctrinating children.

Williams suffers the fate of all in main stream media, the struggle to stay relevant, thus the scurrilous comments. Williams also suffered the destiny of those who say the wrong thing when in 2010 he said on national media that he was cautious when seeing passengers in Muslim garb on his airline flight. He spoke what most Americans were thinking at the time and was fired by NPR for it. Apparently he learned his lesson.

Fox needs to put their token trophy back in the bookcase in the back of the ATTIC…BESIDE been a DOLT he doesn’t seem to get ANY better.

SeekingRationalThought | November 2, 2021 at 9:13 am

Williams has never been an astute analyst. His desperation to extend a mediocre career, has caused him to make a complete fool of himself. His chickens are coming home to roost.

Steven Brizel | November 2, 2021 at 9:24 am

There are far better and less sexually inappropriate books than Beloved in teaching about slavery and CRT is Marxist propaganda rooted in playing the race card and claiming that America is unredeemable , a claim that flies in the face of American history and progress on the issue of race

Juan is, and always will be, an ignorant racist.

Juan Williams has never shown any ability for critical thinking or even rational analysis — he’s too busy fronting for BLM or the Leftist cause of the day. Some suspect Fox keeps him around as a lightweight Democrat punching bag so they can say they’re “fair and balanced”.

AF_Chief_Master_Sgt | November 2, 2021 at 5:49 pm

To a dog like Who-Whan Hwilliams, every sound is a dog whistle.

But that makes every black a dog, now doesn’t it Who-Whan?

Because only dogs hear so whistles.

What a race baiter.

I have seen lots of black folks complaining about critical race theory to various school boards.

Has Juan Williams ever spoken up for parents’ right to raise their children as they think best? Has any “Progressive” ever done so?