This is why the Democrats want to lower the voting age: so that they can obtain the votes of children, while they are being indoctrinated in left-wing activist schools. These are 6th and 8th graders, ages 11-13. Parents and press were not allowed to attend themselves.
The poison fruit of left-wing control over public institutions: defenders, lovers of Americanism and freedom are defamed, destroyed and America’s worst enemies are exalted. All this recruitment and proselytizing paid for by the American taxpayer.
It was not too long ago when a pro-jihad antisemite who hates America would have been ostracized, marginalized, and condemned by all segments of American society. Not anymore.
In 2019, such evil is embraced in American schools and taught to American kids. What will Omar try to teach these kids? Sharia? Jew-hatred? Anti-Americanism? Shame on the school.
Little Miss Sharia Ilhan Omar being given 'hero treatment' in Minnesota Schools
Posted by Never Again UK on Saturday, April 27, 2019
Ilhan Omar Speaks to Elementary and Middle School Students Behind Closed Doors
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN-05) was back in her home district Friday visiting students at elementary and middle schools throughout the area, but parents and press were allegedly not allowed to attend.
On Thursday evening, ahead of Omar’s visit to St. Anthony Middle School in Minneapolis, conservative activist Alley Waterbury altered her followers on Facebook to a protest that would be occurring.
“We must protect our children,” Waterbury said. “The school is asking for permission for their children to attend this event, but the parents are not allowed to attend themselves. This is a problem and no cameras.”
“Lecturing our kids behind closed doors with no parents is a no go,” she later added.
Waterbury and her fellow protesters contacted the school to express their concerns after Waterbury’s initial alert quickly spread on social media.
“Thank you for your feedback. Congresswoman Omar serves as the U.S. Representative for the 5th Congressional District, which includes St. Anthony. We understand some members of our community did not vote for Congresswoman Omar. When our local, elected representatives reach out to learn about our schools and school district, we always open our doors,” Principal Amy Kujawski wrote to Waterbury in response. “Congresswoman Omar’s visit will give us a chance to model civic discourse and engagement, yet we strive to offer this opportunity in a way that meets the needs of all families.”
The Minnesota Sun reached out to the school and Principal Kujawski for additional information, but calls and emails went unanswered.
Omar posted about her visits on Twitter Friday afternoon and thanked St. Anthony Middle School for inviting her to “speak with the Principal’s Advisory Council and over 230+ middle school students.”
“Education is the greatest equalizer. That is why I am committed to education equity and protecting resources all students need to succeed,” she wrote.
Thank you St. Anthony Middle School for inviting me to speak with the Prinicpal’s Advisory Council and over 230+ middle school students!
Education is the greatest equalizer. That is why I am committed to education equity and protecting resources all students need to succeed. pic.twitter.com/eHCacuFrZz
— Rep. Ilhan Omar (@Ilhan) April 26, 2019
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