@ReallyGraceful on Instagram does an amazing job of presenting well-researched information in an entertaining manner. The Instagram video at the link is really interesting. If you have been shocked by the Fauci emails, just wait until you see this…….
Grace on Instagram: “What Americans MUST Remember Once the Dust Settles… Discussing: -Wuhan Lab Grants from the US -Dr. Charles Lieber -Epstein at…”
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TikTok: Who is Kory Yeshua? Dad and daughter shut down Critical Race Theory in viral video (hitc.com)
Laura Ingraham on Twitter: “#TikTok blocked the audio to this clip by Kory Yeshua about Critical Race Theory! https://t.co/38SkKKQWGN” / Twitter
This very short video is a good example of what it means to be a great father. This Dad is teaching his adorable little daughter how to love, not to hate. He is teaching her that she is capable of doing whatever she sets out do in life. He is teaching her that she should not be hampered by the false obstacles that some in our government want to thrust in front of our children, crippling their future.
God bless this wonderful father and his precious little girl! She has a bright future and more wisdom than many adults in government who want to define our children by the color of their skin and teach them to hate others for being different.
“I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.