Caitlyn Jenner Will Fight Critical Race Theory Lessons In School If Elected Governor

Caitlyn Jenner has claimed her rich friends are leaving California because of the growing number of homeless people.
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Caitlyn Jenner, who recently called out Jimmy Kimmel, plans to fight critical race theory lessons in school if she’s elected governor of California.

The former Olympian appeared on the Fox News show and said the subject shouldn’t be taught as kids that are currently in school are ‘probably the least racist generation’.

Jenner explained: “I will do everything to fight critical race theory being taught to our children.”

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She added: “This generation coming up is probably the least racist generation, the most open-minded generation in the history of our country, you know?

“We don’t need to set them back and try to teach them racism. I am totally 100 percent against that.”

Later on in the chat, the 71-year-old said she would also consider closing the California border.

“I would close our California border,” Jenner stated. “I would use state funds to close the border. We have to have control of our immigration system.”

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Caitlyn Jenner wants to fight critical race theory being taught in schools if she’s elected as the governor of California. Credit: @caitlynjenner/Instagram

Despite her controversial stance on the issue, the Republican said she supports amnesty for immigrants who have proven to be ‘good citizens’.

She said: “They are a vibrant part of our economy. They are a vibrant part of our state. They need to get legal protection to be able to stay.”

Previously, Jenner has said that her Californian friends have been driven out of the state by the homeless.

“My friends are leaving California,” she said. “Actually, my hangar – the guy right across, he was packing up his hangar and I said, ‘Where are you going?’ And he says, ‘I’m moving to Sedona, Arizona. I can’t take it anymore. I can’t walk down the streets and see the homeless’.”

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