New Oregon law allows students to graduate high school even if they cannot read, write, or do math at a high school level, because "equity"
· Aug 10, 2021 · NottheBee.com

Ladies and gentlemen, Antifa members will now be able to graduate high school in Oregon:

Yes, it's true: you no longer need to know how to read, write, or do math at a high school level in order to graduate from an Oregon high school.

This is Oregon's Senate Bill 744, and it was signed by Governor Kate Brown in the name of "equity."

And, you know, it's all good, because this bill benefits "Oregon's Black, Latino, Latina, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islander, Tribal, and students of color."

And here's something interesting:

"Lawmakers and the governor did not pass any major expansion of learning opportunities or supports for Black, Indigenous and students of color during this year's legislative session."

So that's cool.

We're not in it to build up the BIPOC community.

We're in it to tear society down with low nanny state standards.

That's the big difference between conservatives and liberals these days.

Conservatives want our fellow man—black, white, Hispanic, Asian, you name it—WE WANT EVERYONE TO GET BETTER AND SUCCEED.

The left, especially with this bogus law out of Oregon, want us all to sink to the bottom in the name of "equity."

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