TERRIFIC TUCKER: The Biden Administration is Targeting Parents
The Department of Justice is now targeting parents who question school board members about what their children are being taught in school. This includes such things as Critical Race Theory, pornographic material, and other things that these parents disagree with, such as masking their children. They claim that there is a need to prevent violence even though no violence has actually occurred. A parent who is outraged and is outspoken about their outrage is being called "domestic terrorists." And of course, the leftist media not only goes along with this nonsense, but they are also the ones actually pushing it, like the fake news they are.
Nothing like this has ever happened in our country
YouTube - Tucker Carlson
Oct. 6, 2021
For a little more perspective, let's take a look at an article by "American Thinker", in a blog entitled:
Click the title for the full article, but here are some quotes from it.
"Over the last few months, as COVID brought classrooms into American homes, parents learned that their children are being taught Critical Race Theory (i.e., Whites are evil; Blacks are pathetic) and magical thinking about gender, as well as being forced to wear masks that don't protect against disease, but do interfere with children's health, learning, and socialization. Their vigorous complaints saw the National School Board Association suggest they're "domestic terrorists" and Merrick Garland answer the call. We learned, too, that Merrick Garland's son-in-law, through his company, Panorama Education, sells CRT materials to public schools. And yesterday, it turned out that Panorama is also spreading material calling Trump and his supporters "white supremacists."
"Alexander "Xan" Tanner, a very White man, is married to Merrick Garland's daughter. Tanner co-founded Panorama Education, which purports to provide a data platform that delves into students' psychosocial issues in order to help schools intervene in problems and improve the school climate. In a word, it's creepy. The company, of course, insists that it's all about diversity:
'"We believe Panorama is strongest when our team reflects the tremendous diversity of the students, families, and educators we serve. We aim for Panorama to be a place where team members from a wide range of identities and experiences are valued, included, and able to thrive. In our partnership with clients, we work to increase equitable access to education, especially for students from communities that have been historically underserved by America's schools."'
"An education company co-founded by Attorney General Merrick Garland's son-in-law issued a "resource" for teachers this year that claims supporters of former President Donald Trump are White supremacists.
"The educational workshop released by Panorama Education, co-founded by Alexander "Xan" Tanner, the group's president, revolves around "systemic racism" and includes an article as a resource that states the Ku Klux Klan and attendees of Trump's rallies are both "examples of white supremacy."
"The 2021 workshop in question from the group, titled "SEL as Social Justice: Dismantling White Supremacy Within Systems and Self," includes a portion of "resources" for teachers, one of which links to a Medium article titled "How White Supremacy Lives in Our Schools, written by Altagracia Montilla, a self-described "freedom-dreamer, facilitator, and strategist committed to dismantling oppressive systems."'
This nonsense isn't about teaching children good values, nor is it about diversity. This is about programming. Programming children about how to think only one way, the way the left believes, and programming parents that if they dare to speak out, they could be in danger of being targets of the DOJ and maybe even going to jail.
It is time for parents to pull their children out of public schools.
Though "the deliberate dumbing down of America" is an effort that is 120 years old and longer, the public in general is now finally catching up to this nefarious scheme and conspiracy of the self-styled power elitists of America and the world.
Candace Owens is a relatively new mother and she has been dropping bombs about the state of education. On the morning of Sunday, October 10, she appeared on Maria Bartiromo's nationally broadcast Sunday Morning Futures program on Fox News. We have a two minute clip of her articulate rant exhorting parents to pull their children from the "government indoctrination camps." (We also have the short transcript.)
We also feature the information that education policy wonk, Charlotte Iserbyt, has been sharing with the world over decades. She was Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education, during the first Reagan Administration. She was also daughter of a Skull and Bones man from Yale University, giving her a very unique view of the world.
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