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DC Elementary School Forces Kids to Celebrate Abortion, LGBTQ, Black Lives Matter, for MLK Day

by | Jan 21, 2022 | Abortion, Feminism, LGBTQ Issues, News, Racialism, Social Justice, Social-Issues | 0 comments

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If you still have your children in public school, please pull them immediately. There is precious little that can be done to save them from the damage the far-left lunatics have already caused. Public schools are nothing more and nothing less than progressive indoctrination centers–and most of its teachers, teacher unions, and administration believe that they own the rights to your children, not you.

In the wake of Martin Luther King day, many schools are publishing their students’ projects celebrating the day. The vast majority of these schools have turned Martin Luther King into a patron saint of progressive Marxism and Critical Race Theory. But, perhaps, nothing is more blatant than what happened at a Washington, D.C. area elementary school this week.

Murch Elementary School, a public elementary school near the Wakefield neighborhood just north of downtown D.C., had their fifth graders paint banners and march in celebration of abortion, homosexuality, and Black Lives Matter for Martin Luther King day.

As Murch Elementary posted on Twitter on January 21, the fifth-grade class “designed a banner for the Peace Walk this past Monday. Their banner represents MLK’s message in our present environment: advocating for LGBTQ+ rights, women’s rights, equal rights, Black Lives Matter, environmentalism & unity.”

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Because everybody knows that Martin Luther King was all about burning down cities, judging people by the color of their skin, and making sure transgenders got to use the bathroom of their choice, right?

Of course, this is disgusting. I bet if a kid tried to put a Bible verse on one of these banners, the administration would have a meltdown.

It didn’t stop there–the third graders also got to participate:

I can’t really imagine my fifth grader and my two third-graders having to contend with this filth at school. Any parent who subjects their children to this gross and false representation of reality should be considered unfit to parent their children–but worse, these criminals at the school subjecting these children to this should be imprisoned for the remainder of their lives.

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