Have the rest of you noticed something about network news? When CBS News needed someone to interview about the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict, they went to their speed-dial and got Ibram X. Kendi to say that we must also convict America. When CNN needed someone to talk about the shooting death of Ma’Khia Bryant, they called up … Ibram X. Kendi to ask what would have happened if the attacker had instead been rich and white?

We’d missed this a couple of days ago, but we guess CBS News didn’t want to burn out Kendi so they turned to historically challenged 1619 Project creator Nikole Hannah-Jones to talk about police reform, which is tough, seeing how modern policing arose from slave patrols.

Tolerate it? They encourage it.

Historians pleaded with the New York Times to make a list of “prominent corrections” to its Pulitzer-winning 1619 Project, which schools are now using for their history curriculum.

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