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The Washington Free Beacon uncovered a radical indoctrination scheme inside a Maryland grade school. North Glen Elementary — operating thanks to your tax dollars.
Students as young as four years old were taught that illegal aliens being detained at the border are just like Japanese Americans who were detained on American soil during World War II.
The lesson failed to mention that President Franklin Roosevelt – a Democrat – was responsible for interning law-abiding American citizens.
And it also failed to point out a very important distinction. The Japanese Americans were in fact Americans. The illegal aliens are not.
In the virtual lecture, kids are shown images of protesters holding “Abolish ICE” and “Black Lives Matter” signs.
Nathan Volke, a Republican county councilman, called the lessons “disturbing” and further evidence that critical race theory is being taught in the classroom.
Volke told the Washington Free Beacon that “there is no parallel to the forced imprisonment of Japanese Americans, who were citizens of the U.S. during World War II, and the temporary detainer of individuals entering the U.S. illegally.”
WATCH: A virtual lecture for Asian-American History Month @NGlenESaacps, a pre-K through 5th grade school @AACountySchools, compared the US imprisoning more than 100,000 U.S. citizens in the 1940s to detaining illegal immigrants in the present dayhttps://t.co/ULzfsKUlmj— Matthew Foldi (@MatthewFoldi) July 13, 2021
Free Beacon reporter, Matthew Foldi, also notes a parent in the county received an email from a senior education official confirming “there are components of critical race theory embedded within [our curriculum].”
As Americans, we have a responsibility to make sure that our tax dollars are not used to fund anti-American indoctrination camps. But as parents – we have a responsibility to protect our kids — that’s why I recommend homeschooling.