Middle School Lesson Promotes Anti-Trump, Chinese Propaganda
Anti-Trump School Assignment: “Republicans are using misleading names for the coronavirus that hurt Asian Americans.”
A West Virginia middle school sent students an online lesson that accused Republicans of promoting discrimination against Asian-Americans by referring to the coronavirus as a “Chinese virus.”
Stephanie Laney, the parent of an eighth grader at Hurricane Middle School, sent me a copy of the assignment her daughter received in English class. Here’s a link to the assignment.
Like many students around the country, Stephanie’s daughter is currently attending classes online due to the coronavirus.
If the 8th grader’s teacher had given this lesson in the classroom, the parent would probably never have known about it.
“It’s bad enough when public schools try to brainwash kids with socialist propaganda, but it’s even worse when they try to brainwash the kids with Communist Chinese propaganda.” https://t.co/aVxScfBfRi pic.twitter.com/wNPtgvEXGJ
— Alicia F. Luke (@AliciaFixLuke) April 3, 2020
President Trump was asked in a press conference why he kept calling it the Chinese virus. He gave the perfect answer. “Because it came from (with strong emphasis) CHINA!” and moved to the next question.