The left has a bad habit of thinking they know how black people should think and assuming that they think a certain way just because of their race, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the New York Times' Peter Baker during the Aspen Security Forum.
A high-profile example of Rice's assertion came from Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in May, when Biden told radio host Charlamagne Tha God, who is black, that anyone who isn't sure about voting for Biden over President Donald Trump "ain't black."
Rice told Baker that she does believe systemic racism exists and that the country is still dealing with the long-term impact of the "birth defect" of slavery in the United States.
"I do think you can take on the impact of the educational system for minority kids that leaves most of them behind.
School choice, which President Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos are vocal advocates for, is a system in which the government distributes education tax dollars back to families so they can choose the best educational fit for their kids, whether that's public, private, charter, or home school.