AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): Dr. Schorr, we hear all these school districts and all these lawmakers in these Democratic areas and they say, we're not teaching critical race theory. But then we have the parents on Fox News and they say they are and here's the evidence. Are they surreptitiously putting this in our kids' minds and in all their books and their literature and we don't know about it?
CHRISTOPHER SCHORR (GUEST): Yeah, so that's actually one of the reasons that – that's the main reason that we wrote this book is that critical race theory doesn't present itself as critical race theory. It presents itself as educational equity, or diversity, equity, inclusion. They have all these euphemisms. But, in order to understand what it is your kids are being exposed to, it does require a little bit of research. And you're right, it is disingenuous in many cases. I mean, if they called it critical race theory, then immediately parents would recoil, people would know what it is they're being exposed to.