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Parents across the country take a stand against critical racial theory. They are urging CRT supporters to step down from school board positions and looking for leaders to join them in rejecting the controversial curriculum.
Caitlyn Jenner, a candidate for governor of California, said in an interview with The Faulkner Focus that if elected, she would not support the Critical Racial Theory curriculum.
“I will do everything I can to combat the critical theory of race that is being taught to our children,” she said.
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“I’m running for governor because I’m getting up. I don’t like what is happening in our state. It was terrible – the decline of our state. And I’m proud of those people getting up there down there. You’re trying to make a difference. And I encourage that. “
Jenner said the next generation is more open-minded and less racist than ever.
“We don’t have to throw them back and try to teach them racism. And that’s why I’m 100 percent against it.”
Jenner also took a strong stance on the immigration crisis facing border states like California.
“I would close our California border. I would use government funds to close the border. We need to be in control of our immigration system.”
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However, she supported an amnesty for immigrants who were “good citizens” and contribute to the community.
“They are a living part of our economy. They are a living part of our state, ”she said. “You need legal protection to be able to stay.”
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Eventually, Jenner called for inclusion in the Republican Party, which she believes is currently missing.
“I’m a proud Republican, but I’m an inclusive Republican,” she said. “I don’t want to be put in that little box.”