North Carolina Dad Goes Viral For Anti-CRT School Board Speech
A North Carolina father has gone viral for remarks he made at a school board meeting Monday evening in which he discussed numerous cultural issues ranging from forced masking to critical race theory.
The father, Brian Echevarria, is reportedly a local business owner running for North Carolina General Assembly. He attended a Cabarrus County School Board hearing on February 14th, where he said parents are “the most powerful group in the country” and are “taking back the wheel” to drive policy changes across the country. Echevarria lambasted critical race theory, calling the race-based teachings a “discrimination revolution.”
Echevarria pulled no punches during the meeting, telling the board “the fact is, in America, I can do anything I want and I teach that to my children,” and that “the person who tells my pecan-color kids that they’re oppressed based on the color of their skin would be absolutely wrong and absolutely at war with me.”
“What the masks showed us is the parents, the most powerful group in the country, [are] taking back the wheel,” the business owner said.
He also said that CRT is “a big fat lie,” “and parents don’t want it.”
The North Carolina business owner and father then touched upon the issue of the recent push by various schools and institutions to pit men against women in female sporting events.
“I don’t want a man swimming against her in the pool,” he said in the video. “And I don’t want boys playing against her in soccer. I don’t let my sons rough her up, you think I’m going to let your sons rough her up?”
Echevarria has quickly drawn attention, recently making an appearance on “The Ingraham Angle” Thursday in which he asserted that America is the greatest place in the world for all, especially minorities.
“Obviously, we have people who have financial problems and all of that, but this is America. We can get the dream,” Echevarria added.
Incredibly, Echevarria’s musings of men beating women in swim races have proved quite accurate. Ironically enough, it was just yesterday when the University of Pennsylvania Swimming & Diving Team’s official social media account posted a video congratulating male swimmer Lia Thomas for walking away with a first-place win after a women’s race.
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