Fox News host Brian Kilmeade opposes teaching critical race theory in schools, but apparently has no objections to being taught Nazi ideology because he claims his school required him to read Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf.

Hitler’s manifesto is an anti-Semitic and racist diatribe that helped him rise to power as one of the most brutal dictators in history. It does not belong in schools and is not part of any school curriculum in the United States. Yet Kilmeade claimed he was required to read it in school when he attended Massapequa High School in Long Island, New York, in the 1980s during a segment attacking Joints Chiefs of Staff chairman General Mark Milley, who defended critical race theory at a congressional hearing last week.

“I thought General Milley totally missed the point last week. He said, ‘Oh, I read Mao, I read Stalin’ that has nothing to do with it,” Kilmeade said. “We read ‘Mein Kampf’ in school; no one thought we were Nazis, that is part of the curriculum, you find out about other things and other insurgencies, we get it, that has nothing to do with critical race theory.”

Critical race theory is the study of systemic racism and racial injustice, something that should be taught in schools so our country can right the wrongs of the past and move forward. Republicans have a problem with that because they hate people of color and want to discriminate. In short, Republicans are white supremacists.

Kilmeade’s claim to have been required to read Mein Kampf in school certainly explains his right-wing views, but Twitter users had questions and mocked his hypocrisy.

Once again, Fox News demonstrates that it’s a Nazi propaganda machine.

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