ROUND ROCK, Texas — Just in time for Christmas, Travis County Taxpayers Union founder and executive director Don Zimmerman announces the new game, “Tiffanie Harrison’s CRT Bingo.”
‘CRT Bingo’ cards are free to download and to play at any upcoming meeting of the Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees. Harrison is trustee for Place 6 in addition to her role as co-founder of the Racial Equity Fund for Reparations.
“This terrific new game is sure to brighten a holiday we’re often made to feel guilty about celebrating!” Zimmerman said. “‘CRT Bingo’ is jam-packed with your favorite politically-correct cliches used frequently by critical race theory proponents such as Round Rock ISD Trustee Tiffanie Harrison.”
Zimmerman explained that Marxist radicals, bored with episodic instances of perceived racism, have devised an entire alternative-reality matrix of exclusively “white systemic racism.” The catch-phrases and buzz words on the bingo card reflect efforts to paint all Americans with a broad brush in order to promote government control over our daily lives and dictate what is acceptable and unacceptable behavior and speech.
“You can bet your last ‘believing quadrant’ that this game will entertain and enlighten,” Zimmerman added. “You don’t have to be a ‘model minority’ to swap your ‘adult fragility’ with ‘inequitable outcomes’ for ‘racial justice’ — just mark those squares and yell out ‘bingo!’ when you get five in a row! We’ll presume it’s still okay to say ‘bingo.'”