Teacher Emasculates The Declaration of Independence – 4th-graders Made To Recite This Version

THIS is EXACTLY why people want charter schools and vouchers.

So that when a local school sells their soul to PC nonsense, their kids don’t need to be sold down the river with them.

If these people had any brains they would be dangerous.

And if your kid is in a school like this one, run like hell.

One teacher was NOT happy with the Declaration of Independence. So there was a little creative editing.

Because THAT’s perfectly fine, right? Well, no it’s not.

Not even in this era of ‘Doctorates in Womyn’s Studies’ or whatever… because this is explicitly contrary to school policy.

Here is the ‘improved’ Declaration of Independence.

I have an interview with Sonu Wasu with ABC 15 today to discuss this matter.Indoctrination is happening at Salk…

Posted by Elizabeth Vaillancourt on Wednesday, September 20, 2017

What the hell is wrong with everyone.

On one hand, you can look us in the eye, and tell us ‘gender is fluid’ and people can ‘determine’ their gender.

But at the VERY same time, you believe that it is important to BREAK with literary tradition and ACTUAL HISTORICAL documents and rewrite them with your own little biases.

That teacher is a real dope.

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