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Do you think Martin Luther King Jr. would be happy about what is occurring today?

Racial conflicts are challenging subjects to discuss, but sometimes it is necessary. Sometimes it is difficult for me to believe that in the year of our Lord, 2022, that racism still exists, specifically in America, but sadly it indeed exists.

Because of teachings such as CRT in schools, the government declares whites the enemy of the state. CRT wants white people to apologize for being white. Unfortunately, corrupt thinking has trickled down into mainstream society.

It is evident, as in the case of Minneapolis Public Schools and the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers union, agreeing that instead of teacher layoffs or relocations being decided based on seniority – as is typical – schools can ignore that protocol and dismiss senior staff members if otherwise a teacher of color would be laid off.

On Wednesday, on Fox and Friends, one Republican, Kendall Qualls, a former Republican candidate for Governor of Minnesota, called the school board and teachers ‘an infinity loop of evil’. Also with him, Minnesota Ambassador, Kofi Montzka, speaks out against the public school and the Minnesota Federation of Teachers Union as well.

I do not believe the average American citizen wants to keep racism alive in America from the interactions I experience with people in the general public setting. Instead, I think our corrupt government, mainstream media, and American citizens belonging to particular groups in our country, such as KKK, Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and similar groups, keep racism alive. This is because the corrupt government continues to plant the seeds of division between Black and White Americans because they know if we were to become one people, we would defeat their evil plan for America as a country.

Civil rights leader Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. delivers a speech to a crowd of approximately 7,000 people on May 17, 1967 at UC Berkeley’s Sproul Plaza in Berkeley, California. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

I think that Martin Luther King would be proud of Kendall Qualls and Kofi Montzka for standing up against the dangerous precedent the Minnesota schools and the union are attempting to set. It needs to be stopped, and we need more brave Americans like Kendall Qualls and Kofi Montzka to call out institutions that call for such division.

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