If you want to know where the radical left is going, look at California. The once-Golden State is run by the most extreme socialists in the country.
And, as usual, their agenda defies our values as a nation—and basic common sense.
Because they released a report recommending something that would have our Civil Rights forefathers stunned.
The State of California, which entered the Union in 1850 as a free state, has issued a 492-page interim report recommending the state pay reparations for slavery and for other acts of racial injustice, nationally and locally, over the last two centuries…
The interim report also proposes creating a separate system of publicly-funded black schools, described as “African American/American Freedmen owned and controlled K-12 schools, colleges and universities, trade and professional schools.”
Do you want any more proof that the radical left embraces the most racist views in our country?
Here it is: a “task force” out of California recommended the state pay “reparations” for slavery. This, even though California entered the country as a free state.
This group of activists claimed (without seeming proof) that the “early state government supported slavery.” How does that work?
What’s even more absurd about this report is that it recommended publicly-funded all-black schools.
Really? Segregation? Is this a joke? Are these activists actually recommending we separate white and black children—the exact opposite of what started the Civil Rights movement?
Keep in mind that this task force was predominately black. These are evil white people trying to inflict pain on minorities.
This is simply a group of radical activists who are blinded by their extreme views and demands for power and money.
It’s hard to believe that anyone in this country would support such insane proposals. But don’t be surprised if the idiots who run California push for them.
- A CA task force recommends reparations and all-black schools.
- California was always a free state and did not support slavery.
- The task force was predominately black activists.