We have dedicated a good amount of time on the Todd Starnes Radio Show to uncovering and exposing anti-Trump hatred in American public school classrooms.
As I wrote in my book, “Culture Jihad: How to Stop the Left From Killing a Nation,” if we don’t get a handle on this clear and present danger, we could lose the country.
Many of our taxpayer-funded schools are nothing more than indoctrination camps for leftist ideology.
Radio station WHIO discovered yet another case of indoctrination at West Liberty Salem High School in Champaign County, Ohio.
Students were required to complete a lesson that included fill-in-the-blank questions.
One answer described President Donald Trump as being selfish, according to a Facebook post shared by a parent.
Not only was the question inappropriate, it was downright false. President Trump is one of the most generous leaders in American history.
A quick Google search would’ve revealed that he’s not even taking a salary. Does that sound selfish to you?
The district said it became aware of the issue Wednesday, WHIO reported.
“The teacher issued a public apology to her students and explained why the statement, although not meant to offend, but generate discussion and a reaction from the students, was wrong,” the district said in a statement. “The West Liberty-Salem Schools want to be very clear that we do not condone, support or endorse the statements made in this assignment.”
I don’t doubt the school’s statement, but I do doubt the sincerity of the teacher. She should’ve been told to pack her bags. Adios.