Two professors from Roosevelt University in Chicago got caught celebrating how openly they can teach "social justice – otherwise known as "critical race theory" or "Marxist indoctrination" (for the super-technical).
Prof. Gina Harris teaches "middle school theory and practice" and serves with the National Education Association. The other professor, Ralph Martire, teaches public policy and serves on the board of a local high school, Oak Park and River Forest.
"I mean, it's all social justice," said Harris. "All-day, every day, I get to talk about the things I love. I'm really living the life over here."
I'm glad she loves dividing the world into intersecting classes based on skin color, but do you want your kids loving that poisonous well?
Martire talked about how he introduces fiscal police by teaching kids critical race theory:
"Yeah. I always flip out the kids that take my master's class on fiscal policy and public budgets when the first three or four classes are devoted to philosophy of social justice and how you organize society. We don't talk about one, you know, budgetary item. They're like, ‘Oh, man. Professor Martire, this is a really weird way to teach a budget.'"
What the actual heck?
Remember, 2+2=5 everyone!
"It's part of everything, right? What a foundation," replied Harris.
Martire then talks about how you can't allocate resources unless you "understand your values," which when translated means "money only goes to woke causes like abortion."
Perhaps the most concerning is that these two professors didn't care at all when someone pointed out they were on a hot mic.
They don't need to even hide it anymore. They celebrate it, rejoice in it.