David Johnson gave an excellent interview to Steve Bannon the WarRoom on Wednesday, about John’s continuous activism against Critical Race Theory. Johnson told Bannon about his experience when he worked with Project Veritas to expose a bigoted and racist set of ideological concepts that an outside group was demanding the company embrace, in regard to toys.
“I was aware of the woke ideology before the meeting. In the Veritas release that children as young as 6 months. Especially White children against minority children and I was flabergasted that I had to go through something like that in my place of employement, and I didn’t know what else to do, so I went to them,” Johnson told Bannon.
“Intersectionally has no facts or logic, it is Marxist. Cricial Race Theory is based on Intersectionallity,” Johnson said. The event was put on by Curious Kids, and they want everyone to look at design through the lens of Critical Race Theory.
Hasbro whistleblower claims CRT being pushed through toy packaging; training says 6 month olds can be racist. David Johnson blew the whistle to investigative journalism enterprise Project Veritas.
“A consultancy firm employee working on a project for Hasbro blew the whistle on reported critical race theory training inside the Rhode Island-based toy and boardgame giant, adding that he believes the company wants to use its packaging and other features to push the ideology on young children.
David Johnson, a packaging engineer contracting with Hasbro through IT recruitment firm Harvey Nash according to Project Veritas, told “Hannity” on Monday that when he received an announcement scheduling a critical race theory-related training, he immediately felt the foresight to record the lecture.
Johnson, who first shared his story with Project Veritas, told host Sean Hannity that Conscious Kids co-founder Kate Ishizuka-Stephens declared during the training that “by 3 to 6 months, babies are beginning to notice and already express preference by race.
“By age three, children are already starting to apply stereotypes, and research shows that they also may use racist language intentionally at this age. White children at this age may report explicit or overt negative attitudes towards people of color,” Ishizuka-Stephens claimed later in the session, according to video released by Project Veritas.
She later further claimed that children as young as 5 can display a “pro-White bias,” declaring that all White people are “socially privileged.”
Johnson, who is Black, told Hannity that as soon as he heard Ishizuka-Stephens claiming as fact that babies are inherently racist, that he needed to disseminate her comments to warn parents what might be soon presented to their children.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Cultural Marxism, grassroots activism, music, IndyCar racing and political campaigns. @Saorsa1776