Funding Will Be CUT! Trump Threatens Financial War

This week, Donald Trump, the former and (very likely) prospective president, pledged to move immediately to address a problem that has long been in need of attention.

Speaking to the throng of fans in Racine, Wisconsin, Trump pledged on the first day of his campaign to sever all government money from educational institutions that embrace transgender ideology or Critical Race Theory for children.

“I will immediately issue a new executive order to eliminate government funding for any school that exposes our youngsters to unacceptable racial, sexual, or political topics, including transgender craziness and Critical Race Theory,” stated President Trump.

He went on, “I will not provide a single penny to any school that has a mask or vaccine mandate.” “And I’ll prevent men from participating in women’s sports.”

It is impossible to have this promise fulfilled quickly enough. Public schools are now one of the biggest threats to children’s mental health in our society, functioning more as ideological communist training grounds than as educational establishments.

As I’ve been reporting on in-depth, public schools have developed into havens for the spread of racist and transgender ideas. Teachers hide their activities from parents because they know they will be offended and ruin their plans. This is a serious problem.

When worried parents learned the extent of the extremism their children were exposed to, they ousted entire school boards and replaced them. Many parents have chosen to homeschool or send their kids to private schools because they are so dissatisfied with the public education system. Republicans running for governor, such as Ron DeSantis, are supporting parents who want to provide their kids with a superior education outside of the craziness, as red states like Florida have become epicenters of anti-public school fervor.

A teacher in California filed a lawsuit, forcing the school district to pay her hundreds of thousands of dollars for refusing to conform to the left’s gender ideology. Instead of funding children’s education, the district loses money, but it’s clear they’d rather push extreme ideas and cause trouble.

I see two things happening if Trump follows through on his day one commitment. First of all, many schools will cooperate and eliminate any practices that even remotely resemble LGBT indoctrination and CRT. Still, some schools will undoubtedly push back, hoping to use it as a political protest against Trump, whom they will seek to paint as prejudiced and homophobic for having the audacity to tell them they are unable to “assist” LGBT youngsters. To a large extent, it will resemble the left’s “don’t speak homosexual” response to Ron DeSantis’s passage of the “Parental Rights in Education” law.

However, expect some states, particularly red ones, to follow Florida’s lead and start pushing more for alternative education options like homeschooling or private schooling, which will make it simpler for parents to remove their children from the risks that public education presents.

Perhaps this won’t happen right away, but hopefully, it will spark a whole revolution in education, replacing the antiquated model we currently use with something more productive.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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