Fox Information Thrilled Voters Simply Elected ‘Anti-Woke’ Candidates to 75% White Rich Texas City’s College Board

There were several incidents in Southlake, Texas in 2018 and 2019 where white students were videotaped and shouted the word “n”. A local ABC reporter called it “a pattern of hatred”. Many parents and teachers expressed outrage. A student appeared on camera and told his fellow students, “You should be better than that.”

The local school board, Carroll Independent School District (ISD), issued a statement in 2019 in which it said in part, “Racism is not welcome in Carroll ISD or Southlake. It’s a world problem. We believe it is also a heart problem. And while we need to care for and educate all students, we can also work together to set expectations and consequences for inappropriate behavior. Together with our city guides, we ask parents to work with us to bring about positive changes. “

In response, “the district implemented a new diversity training plan and diversity council composed of community members and students to address racial insensitivity,” the WFAA reported at the time.

Southlake, Texas is 75% white. It’s a small town of just over 30,000 people, where the median household income is $ 230,700 and the average home is worth more than $ 650,000.

Fast forward in two years.

“Nine months after officials from the affluent Carroll Independent School District tabled a proposal to tackle racial and cultural intolerance in schools, voters on Saturday had a resounding vote against a group of school board and city council candidates who opposed the plan Victory brings, “reports NBC News.

It was “an unusually bitter campaign,” NBC adds, with progressives “arguing that curriculum and disciplinary changes are needed to make all children feel safe and welcome” against conservatives who “opposed the school diversity scheme Indoctrinate students with one. ” far-right ideology which some believe would institutionalize discrimination against white children and those with conservative Christian values. “

Fox News is thrilled.

“As it turns out, the Anti-Woke candidates won a landslide,” said Steve Doocy, co-host of Fox & Friends, on Monday morning.

“It’s about what children are being taught, especially recently in critical racial theory, and these particular candidates are against it.”

The winning candidates, Doocy told Fox News viewers, said, “We have to stop critical racial theory and vigilance – they won 70% of the vote,” he exclaimed.

Co-host Ainsley Earhardt quoted one of the winning candidates as speaking about “common American heritage and Texas values”.


Steve Doocy celebrates the Dallas parents’ victory against “critical racial theory” and masterfully buries the Lede. “A video went viral and showed some students laughing as they called the N word.” There’s definitely no racing problem there, is there?

– Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) May 3, 2021

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