Meh, I notice you glossed completely over my description of your strawman argument. It's fine, I gave up the red meat earlier because that's the kind of stuff that gets the not-liberals going.
I am more than happy to argue substantive matters, although it seems to me that you, SENTINEL, are more interested in whining about civility and "dishonest and vicious tactics." Please, don't break that pearl strand, loosen your grip, you poor victim.
When you convince me that Tucker Carlson is a left wing lunatic, and the people who watch Tucker Carlson are all liberals with an axe to grind, you can come back to me about the "surveillance society," you can't even focus on this specific argument, you have to expand it to the world of surveillance like they're remotely the same thing. Your logical fallacy is showing.
My point, though, is that CRT has been around, in a more mature form, since at least the 70's, and was a thing in the 90's for a hot moment. It is taught in a few law schools, but let's just scour the Drudge Retort, let's say anything before 2020, and find a single comment or article that mentions CRT anywhere. Come back to me when you can show me anyone had even heard of it before the right wing noise machine manufactured it and got the rubes all frothy about it...then we'll talk. Until then, straw man, and not even a good one.