But Critical Race Theory, or CRT, didn't originate in America's primary schools. CRT began as a legal doctrine within America's law schools — and it is in this capacity that it can still do the most damage.
Case in point: A federal judge in Nevada just recently demonstrated the potential of CRT as a legal doctrine in what might be called America's first entirely CRT-driven constitutional ruling. If allowed to stand, this ruling would enshrine open borders as a permanent feature of American law.
The case in question hinges on the fate of Carrillo-Lopez, a Mexican national and career criminal with a dizzying array of aliases.