High School Teacher Exposed Teaching Students to Hate America

A high school teacher was recently caught on video teaching students to hate America. That might not be surprising in China or Afghanistan, but it should not be happening within our own country.

The teacher in the video is anti-everything. She says America is anti-black, anti-Hispanic, anti-Semite, anti-Muslim and more.

And people wonder why parents don’t trust their kids in public schools? It’s no longer reading, writing and arithmetic. Now it’s hate America and everything is political. In a growing number of cases, it’s also, shut up and wear your mask and get your shots or stay home.

The level of indoctrination in our public schools is now unbelievable. Just a few decades ago public school still began the day with prayer. Until recently, almost every school started the day with the Pledge of Allegiance.

Now many students couldn’t even tell you the words in the Pledge and many would be all for bowing for the National Anthem, and that’s if they could even tell you the lyrics.

What are teachers doing for seven hours a day if they’re not teaching basic education? It looks more like politics, or in some cases outright indoctrination.

You have to see it to witness the latest example of today’s extremist public educational system in the new video from Charlie Kirk.


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