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McAuliffe: Vital Race Theory Controversies Are ‘Comprised’ by GOP to ‘Divide Individuals’

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Terry McAuliffe projects in Arlington, Va., July 23, 2021.( Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters)

Former Virginia guv and present Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe declared that debates over “Critical Race Theory” in public schools are a “comprised” strategy by Republicans to “divide” citizens, in talk about CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday.

WATCH: Virginia Democrat Terry McAuliffe wrongly declares Critical Race Theory is “comprised.” pic.twitter.com/6ueozo4z5U

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Host Dana Bash kept in mind a Virginia Democratic citizen profiled by the Washington Post, who informed the paper he was changing his vote to Republican prospect Greg Youngkin since he thought public schools were utilizing curriculum depicting American history as racist.

” I actually dislike to see what Glenn Youngkin is attempting to do to Virginia what Donald Trump did to our nation,” McAuliffe informed Bash. “Let’s simply be clear: we do not teach important race theory.”

Youngkin included, “This is a fabricated– this is a Trump, Betsy DeVos, Glenn Youngkin strategy to divide individuals, and actually troubles me.”

School boards throughout the nation have actually seen intense arguments over crucial race theory and other problems, consisting of in Loundon County, Va.. McAuliffe described the term as a “dogwhistle.” throughout an interview on WAVY News 10 on Wednesday.

” It’s not taught in Virginia, it’s never ever been taught in Virginia. And as I’ve stated this a lot: It’s a dogwhistle. It’s racial. It’s department,” McAuliffe stated.

McAuliffe and Youngkin are secured a tight race for the governorship, and current surveys have actually revealed a virtual tie in between the 2 prospects.

” This election looks extremely various from those of the previous 4 years, when Democrats might win by significant margins by simply focusing the electorate on President Trump,” Stephen J. Farnsworth, director of the University of Mary Washington’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, stated in September.

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