Official College Application Program: Protestors Are White Supremacists
On January 8, every one of the million+ high school students enrolled on the most dominantly-used college application program received an email condemning the January 6th First Amendment Protest as “a deeply disturbing attack on democracy.”
Common Application, or Common App, describes itself as, “a not-for-profit member organization committed to the pursuit of access, equity, and integrity in the college admission process.”
According to its website, over one million students enroll annually to use its services. In 2019, Common App partnered with Reach Higher, created by Michelle Obama.
The January 8th email makes no mention of the rally itself, in which hundreds of thousands of Americans gathered peacefully to exercise their constitutional rights. There is no reference to the full day of patriotic displays or positive interactions among the attendees.
Instead, there is a singular focus on the minute percentage of that crowd who entered the Capitol building. Instead of noting the continuing debate over election integrity, Common App dismisses tens of millions of Americans and villainized hundreds of thousands of them who attended the rally in one stroke, calling them “white Supremacists” who attempted “to undo a fair and legal action.”
In that same opening paragraph, the email makes sure to opine as fact that there is a stark difference between the treatment of White protestors as opposed to “Black and brown” protestors, omitting any further comparison of the peaceful protest leading up to the unanticipated events at the Capitol, to the burning of a church, the fires in the streets, and the violent attack on the White House, in which protestors laid siege to the perimeter and waged an assault on Secret Service agents defending it – while the President of the United States was inside.
Once the first paragraph of this email concludes its indoctrination message of divisiveness and hate, it assures the recipient that he or she is to be commended for pursuing “the best investment you can make for your future” by obtaining a college education.
If your child is enrolled in the Common App site, he or she received this email.
What are your thoughts on this?
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