It used to be, "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em". Now? In 2021 in the U.S.? If you can't beat 'em? change them.
That has become the foundation, and the cornerstone for the radical left. Unable to contend with core conservative issues, like freedom, liberty, character, and true unconditional love of fellow man, the leftists have decided to take a different path. Simply put, it's to trash our country, refer to white people as racist, and call America 'a failed experiment'.
While you were out working two jobs to support your family? The left seized the public school systems across the U.S. with CRT, and other items on their agenda, rewriting history along the way to fit their new narrative.
Writer Jessica Marie Baumgartner of the Epoch Times, did a feature on it for American Thinker.
"I don't understand how so many people can come to such a conclusion" she told KTRH, "It starts in the public school system, they present slavery as committed only by white people, and that our founding fathers are these horrible hypocrites."
The teachers who support these radical views, Baumgartner says, start the indoctrination, which is then followed by a call to action to make a difference, and make change against evil white America.
"I just have to shake me head" she said, "And when people tell me that America is failed experiment, I ask "is that your education? or Hollywood? or the media"?.
Another observation Baumgartner made, is that the left is big on divisive groups, or clubs. Like mental illness for example.
"A lot of people on the left, they wear their mental illness like a badge" she said, "If I would get attacked by a leftist on twitter, (before I left twitter) all I had to do was say "I'm bi-polar" and magically everybody stopped bothering me."
Sadly, the end result is, millions of Americans are so focused on this lie, they have completely lost sight that we live in the greatest country in the history of the world. And we are not this horrible nation like the left wants you to believe.
"This country gives people so many opportunities" Baumgartner concluded, "There are so many places where you cannot drag yourself out of the gutter if you end up there, and I have been able to do that, and I know plenty of people who have been able to do that, and it's a wonderful, and beautiful thing. We need to preserve that."