CPAC 2020 wouldn’t be complete without a speech from Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA, and he didn’t disappoint this year.
Kirk admonished all in attendance by warning all not to underestimate or tell others Bernie cannot win, because an outside candidate, which the Sanders team is painting Bernie as, won handily in 2016 on the right, and their is a possibility that Bernie will win. Thankfully, Kirk and others like him are traveling the country talking with college students and recent grads alike about the importance of not allowing the left to fundamentally “transform one of the greatest gifts God has ever given us, this country.” He concluded this point buy saying it is important to shift our question we are asking high school seniors from “where” they are going to college, to “why”.
Kirk further challenged all to get as involved in school board elections as they are in Presidential politics, the world would be a better place. He further said about education that he has been to many of the top colleges in the country and he would not send anyone he cares about to one of them without having great fear about having them lose their values.”
Thee real question though is will those as CPAC act? Local school districts from across the nation are represented here at CPAC, and indoctrination is being not just allowed but championed by school boards in even the most Conservative areas of the USA. If Kirk is right, and the Presidential battleground will be our college campuses over the next generation, then it seems not just important, but vital that we take our K-12 education system back from the far left and give our kids the tools they need to combat the socialists they will encounter in Universities from day one.
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