Dems commission UN to help push talking points

Dems commission UN to help push talking points

Dems commission UN to help push talking points

A radio host suspects the Biden administration's request for the United Nations to investigate racism in the United States will result in another pawn for the narrative.

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken recently made the announcement in a press release that the US has "work to do at home. That includes addressing profound inequities, including systemic racism."

Blinken is now asking the UN Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism and the UN Special Rapporteur on minority issues to come have a look.

Radio talk-show host Richard Randall suspects the Biden administration is merely looking to push the left's talking points.

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"We have invited them in knowing full well what the results of a study like this would probably be," he begins. "So what would the administration or the Democrats do with a report? Well, they would use it as part of a narrative."

Blinken has also welcomed a UN Human Rights Council resolution that addresses law enforcement's alleged systemic racism against people of African descent. But as Randall points out, that body is notoriously biased.

"Just a couple of weeks ago, over 65 nations said no problem with China and what they're doing with concentration camps and Uyghurs up in the southwestern portion of China," he notes.

The talk-show host says the Biden administration has a globalist mentality, whereas the previous one took a nationalist approach. He also warns against what adopting a global outlook and being held up to the standards of the United Nations would mean for America's sovereignty.