The National Education Association (NEA) has announced a plan to track down, name, shame, and personally attack parents who are opponents of left-wing critical race theory. target parents who oppose CRT

The NEA has agreed to a measure to attack patriots who oppose turning schools into anti-American indoctrination centers umping out race-baiters that will continue setting Americans against each other.

“NEA will research the organizations attacking educators doing anti-racist work and/or use the research already done and put together a list of resources and recommendations for state affiliates, locals, and individual educators to utilize when they are attacked,” the NEA’s measure reads.

“The research, resources, and recommendations will be shared with members through NEA’s social media, an article in NEA Today, and a recorded virtual presentation/webinar,” the group added.

One opponent of critical race theory spoke out on the NEA’s plans.

“The national teachers union is funding an attack machine against me, @Gundisalvus, and our allies,” Christopher Rufo tweeted. “We were born for this fight—and will show no mercy to the corrupt ideologues who are ruining American education. Swords up!”

Fox News added:

Billed at $56,500, the measure was marked as “adopted as amended.” It specifically called out groups like the Heritage Foundation, which has published anti-CRT messaging from Rufo.

“The attacks on anti-racist teachers are increasing, coordinated by well-funded organizations such as the Heritage Foundation,” it reads. “We need to be better prepared to respond to these attacks so that our members can continue this important work.”

One of the lessons learned via the horrible fight against Covid-19 is that the NEA and the other major teacher’s union, the AFT, don’t really give a rat’s arse about our kids. Like most unions, they are run by union heads whose first priority is a political agenda even before their rank and file. Those people have full control over your children’s education,

Much of this post was first seen at Flag and Cross

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