The pot calls the kettle black as the National Teachers’ Association, the strongest labor union in the country, which has worked diligently over decades and generations to socially engineer young minds, calls the “Trump Effect” on the carpet as undoing all their hard work. Imagine interjecting some common sense back into the culture and a teacher’s union considers it warping minds.
HuffPo props up the leftist spin just by giving this space.
The NEA is the largest labor union in the country and represents 3 million educators, roughly three-quarters of them women. It has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, and now it’s leading a campaign that portrays her Republican opponent, Donald Trump, as a schoolyard bully who’s filling children with hate.
The union, which has steered at least $1 million to a Clinton-affiliated super PAC, plans to run online ads and send mailers to voters’ homes hammering that message in battleground states.
“There is bullying going on, and [there are] children who feel that they are given permission to repeat some of the things they’re hearing out of Donald Trump’s mouth,” Eskelsen García said.
The Clinton campaign and its allies have referred to the GOP nominee’s alleged influence as the “Trump Effect.” Its existence hasn’t been scientifically proven, but anecdotes from schools are out there. Eskelsen García referenced one of them: White students at a high school basketball game in Indiana holding up a picture of Trump and shouting “Build a wall” to their opponents from a largely Latino school.
The left must really be against the ropes. They’re trying to instill fear into the hearts of parents by scaring them with their children’s future and education. Typical tactic from the NEA.
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