Silent majority smashes left-wing schools plan in landslide

Voters in Texas have delivered a crushing blow to radical left-wingers when they overwhelmingly rejected a divisive new diversity plan for schools, which could have seen youngsters subjected to liberal propaganda on racial and cultural issues.

The Carroll Independent School District had introduced a new plan to tackle alleged racial and cultural intolerance, but voters have now voted overwhelmingly for local council and school board candidates who reject the proposals.

Local lawyer Hannah Smith won one of the seats on the school board and dubbed the election “a referendum on those who put personal politics and divisive philosophies ahead of Carroll ISD students and families, and their common American heritage and Texas values.”

She also said that “voters have come together in record-breaking numbers to restore unity. By a landslide vote, they don’t want racially divisive critical race theory taught to their children or forced on their teachers. Voters agreed with my positive vision of our community and its future.”

NBC News, for unexplained reasons, placed particular emphasis on the fact that Hannah Smith is white.


The liberal news outlet was also mocked on social media for their coverage of the result, which dubbed it a “bitterly divided election” despite the whopping 40-point drubbing handed out by conservatives.

“Very objective news headline” joked journalist Mike Cernovich. “70-30 isn’t a divide, it’s a landslide.”

Meanwhile America’s most accurate pollster Richard Baris mocked the polling establishment’s 2020 blunders following the triumph of Trump-backed Republican candidate Susan Wright in the first round of voting for Texas’s 6th Congressional District. “So, not a Democratic lean?” he joked.

Republicans won the top two spots in the important House special election following the death of incumbent Ron Wright after a battle with cancer, and will now face off in a Republican vs Republican run-off to decide the seat.

The district went for Trump by a slim margin last November and re-elected Wright by less than eight points, but last night Republican candidates secured a stunning 61% of the vote for a 22-point margin, suggesting a strong turn against the Democrats under President Joe Biden.