Teacher Fired for Standing Against Communist Indoctrination

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Indiana public-school teacher Jennifer McWilliams is speaking out after being fired for standing up against indoctrination and extremist politics, and for defending the rights of parents, children, and taxpayers. Education officials claimed she was making them “look bad.”

Among other issues, the brave educator sounded the alarm about “Social and Emotional Learning” (SEL) and the increasingly extreme indoctrination of captive children. SEL, as Freedom Project has documented extensively, involves efforts to shift children’s attitudes, values, and beliefs toward those desired by government.

McWilliams also warned that unions such as the National Education Association and government employees were peddling socialism and shifting elections through the “Red for Ed” movement — all on the taxpayers’ dime, and in violation of legal prohibitions on political activity by state workers while on the job.

Standing against the radical Red for Ed movement, McWilliams founded a chapter of Purple for Parents in Indiana that now has almost 2,000 members. Especially disconcerting, she told The Newman Report, was the exploitation of naive children to advance the NEA’s nefarious political agenda.

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“It was very difficult for me to watch the children be used as pawns in the political game,” she explained in a statement to Freedom Project Media. “Those kids had no idea why they were wearing red and I highly suspect many parents didn’t know either.”

Her video about this ordeal has gone viral, garnering hundreds of thousands of views in just two days.

We posted the facebook video below

In the event that Facebook removes her video this site has uploaded below

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