A Biden-appointed deputy director of the US Department of Education said on Twitter that democracy is based on “white supremacy,” revealing that she “ignores white voices” in a series of discovered tweets.
Kristina Ishmael is deputy director of the Office of Educational Technology, and her office implements policies for ‘equity of access’ to technology.
But despite his job role, Ismael said in tweets, viewed by foxnews, that he walked away from an argument because “a white male was dominating the conversation.”
He made his profile private on Monday after the news website discovered his tweets, which also showed bias against evangelical Christians.
Kristina Ishmael of the US Department of Education, appointed under Biden, said on Twitter that democracy is based on ‘white supremacy’
Ishmael responded to a tweet alleging that the evangelical church is linked to white supremacy
‘[Democracy is] it was also based on white supremacy, which I see perpetuated in educational circles when BIPOC folx are told they are too negative in addressing real issues rather than superlatives,” he said in tweets viewed by Fox.
Ishmael also replied ‘Amen’ to a tweet saying the evangelical church welcomed ‘hate’ and ‘white supremacy’ in its institution. It is estimated that about 30 to 35 percent of the American population are evangelical Christians.
In a tweet, Ishmael also questioned whether white gay men deserved to be considered a marginalized category in school curricula, according to Fox.
He also said that the school’s curriculum was largely written from a white perspective.
‘[M]Most of my syllabus was written from a very narrow, white perspective,” he reportedly said.
She reiterated her point about school curriculum bias by stating, “As a teacher, how many times have you been asked to make the case for white supremacy through the norms of the mainstream culture?”
Ismael insinuated in his tweets, now hidden, that he does not listen to white voices
Ishmael also questioned whether white gay men deserved to be considered a marginalized category in school curricula.
Ishmael also tried to suggest that fatphobia was an attitude rooted in white supremacy.
She said: ‘Learn to be comfortable in my own skin and weight and really ready to reject the ideal white supremacist body? Fuck yes.
Fatphobia is real. The ‘ideal’ weight, shape and look is white supremacy integrated into our everyday lives. I’m so over it. We deserve more than diets,’ he added.
DailyMail.com has contacted Ishmael for comment.
On Twitter, Ishmael also stated that she was a fan of Ibram X. Kendi, founding director of Boston University’s Center for Anti-Racism Research.
She said: ‘[Shoutout] a [Dr. Kendi] as this group of educators talks about culturally sensitive pedagogy and specific references to segregationists, assimilationists, and anti-racists. I have learned a LOT from Dr. Kendi about this and how it applies to our field.’
Kendi wrote a 2003 column on ‘Living with the White Race’.
In it he said: ‘Europeans are simply a different breed of human… They are socialized to be aggressive people… They are bred to be racist.’
In that column, Kendi also suggested that whites are worried about their own “extinction.”
He accused them of trying to “level the playing field on the AIDS virus and cloning, but they know these deterrents will only get them so far.”
“This is where murder, psychological brainwashing and deception come into play,” he said.
Ishmael said on Twitter that he supports the ‘anti-racist’ founding director of Boston University’s Center for Anti-Racism Research, Ibram X. Kendi.
Kendi previously said whites are worried about their own ‘extinction’
As a children’s book author, Wing helped write several books in a series titled ‘What Is White Privilege’.
This comes as posts surfaced on social media from the director of diversity, equity and inclusion for the Department of Defense’s office of Educational Activities, Kelisa Wing.
Wing, who works at the Pentagon, is he appears as an author on several progressive children’s books in a series called ‘Racial Justice in America’.
One book is called ‘What is white privilege’, while another is titled ‘What does it mean to defund the police?’
In her book, she asks white children to consider whether “it will really feel good at the end of the race when they look back and see others struggling against obstacles they didn’t even have.”