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Thom Hartmann: Why the GOP Wants to Destroy Public Schools

06 Dec

Why does today’s Republican Party hate OUR country’s public schools?

Because fascism flourishes when people are ignorant, and most of OUR public school teachers in the United States teach OUR children how to think critically, solve problems logically, and question/challenge liars like Traitor Trump that many elected Republicans still support even after the traitor called for terminating the U.S. Constitution and putting him back in the White House without an election.

What does that make voters that still vote for Republicans?

Diane Ravitch's blog

Thom Hartmann is a journalist and blogger who hits the nail on the head with this post. I would add one suggestion to his post, under the heading of “what can I do?” Run for your local school board. Don’t let wacky rightwing extremists buy it.

Former Tea Party congressman and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently put a bulls-eye on the back of the president of the 1.7 million-member American Federation of Teachers.

“I tell the story often — I get asked ‘Who’s the most dangerous person in the world? Is it Chairman Kim, is it Xi Jinping?’” PompeotoldSemafor’s Shelby Talcott.

“The most dangerous person in the world is Randi Weingarten. It’s not a close call. If you ask, ‘Who’s the most likely to take this republic down?’ It would be the teacher’s unions, and the filth that they’re teaching our kids…”

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