DISGUSTING: New Jersey teachers union smears parents, calls them 'extremists' in new ad [VIDEO]
By newseditors // 2022-08-21
Teacher’s unions are in damage control mode after Republicans and social media accounts like Libs of Tik Tok have exposed the woke, groomer agenda that they are pushing on students.
(Article republished from 100PercentFedUp.com)
Teachers’ unions, left-wing activists and politicians, and the media descended on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis after he passed the ‘Parental Rights in Education’ bill, what critics dishonestly dubbed the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill.
The FBI wrote a report claiming that concerned parents were potential domestic terror threats after pushback against Critical Race Theory being taught in schools reached a fever pitch.
Now, the largest teachers union in New Jersey released an advertisement smearing parents as ‘extremists’.
The video references the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill in a graphic that depicts angry parents as violent extremists.
The Parental Rights in Education bill is widely supported by people in Florida and across the country.
One poll found that 60% of voters support the bill.
The Epoch Times Reports–
New Jersey’s largest teachers union has drawn criticism after airing an ad that appears to call parents who voice their opposition against inappropriate sex and gender indoctrination in schools “extremists.”
Amid the controversy over New Jersey’s sex education standard set to be implemented this fall, the 200,000-member New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) released a new 15-second ad on Aug. 15 titled “Same Thing.”
“We don’t agree on everything in New Jersey,” the narrator says as the ad opens with pictures captioned “Pork Roll” and “Taylor Ham,” a reference to New Jersey residents’ long-standing debate over what to call their iconic breakfast sandwich. “But we all agree that our kids deserve a world-class education. So when extremists start attacking our schools, that’s not who we are.”
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