Hasbro Exposed After Massive Leak by Whistleblower

Hasbro Exposed After Massive Leak by Whistleblower

(UnitedReader.com) – It’s hard to find the truth in today’s media. There’s really no way of telling if a report is relaying all the facts or selling a version someone else wants us to hear. Project Veritas looks to uncover the truth and report it through the use of undercover journalism, exposing corruption, dishonesty, fraud, misconduct and so much more. Here’s their most recent discovery.

David Johnson, a packaging engineer, works under contract with the popular children’s toy company, Hasbro. He came to Project Veritas CEO, James O’Keefe, with some disturbing insights into the company and the Critical Race Training (CRT) he underwent.

Johnson brought a recording of Katie Ishizuka, co-founder of “Conscious Kids,” indoctrinating children, who the organization believes are prone to racist behavior. Katie claims that between the ages of 3 to 6 months, babies are already beginning to show a preference in race. She goes on to explain that, as children grow, they become more and more pro-white, suggesting that by age five, kids show the same amount of racism as their parents.

Johnson believes these children are being introduced to bigoted concepts before they even have an understanding of race, let alone what racism is. He adds that CRT uses Marxist ideology and is divisive no matter how you use it.

According to Johnson, CRT paints people who are “more white” as oppressors, while those who are “less white” are the oppressed; they fall into one category or the other. Johnson added that the truest form of progress would be to judge people on their character and actions, not by the color of their skin.

The Chief Human Resources Officer at Hasbro, Dolph Johnson, seems to side with Ishizuka, stating if Hasbro can “influence the social good,” employees in the company should take on that role. Regardless of their intentions, do we really want people in toy companies influencing how our children think?

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