Black Professor Shocks Stephanopoulos And Dems With His Stance
The field of academia in our country is dominated by the left. They are constantly poisoning the minds of young Americans. So it is refreshing when you see a professor that is not selling the liberal narrative and instead encourages free thinking. Brown University Professor Glenn Loury appeared on ABC's "This Week" where he likely surprised host George Stephapolous and his audience when spoke out not only against reparations, but this whole racially divisive movement the left is pushing.
"Loury, was brought on to discuss critical race theory and Juneteenth becoming a federal holiday, when he was asked by anchor George Stephanopoulos about how Americans can "bridge the divide" on these issues dealing with race.
"I think we should get beyond race. I know I'm spitting in the wind when I say that. I know no one wants to hear it. I think the right story here is that it's the American story. We're all in this thing together. I know that's very easy to say," said Loury, the first Black tenured economics professor at Harvard University. "I think Martin Luther King got it right in 1963. I think that the racialization of this discussion of crime and violence, and policing, of poverty and wealth and whatnot is bad for America."
"I think talking about reparations, whatever the moral argument might be, is disastrous for the future of this country," Loury continued. "Black people should not be trying to cut a separate deal with America. Let's make the country a good country for everybody and we'll be on the right track."
Loury went on to say that he would look at Critical Race Theory like he would marxism and argue against it. Looks like someone at ABC messed up allowing the truth to be broadcast. But we need more professors like Loury who will speak out against CRT and this ludicrous idea that anyone should be getting reparations.