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NY Schools Add Books For 4th & 5th Graders That Praises AOC, Socialism, Attacks The GOP, And Religion While Pushing LGBTQ Radical Ideology On Students As Young As Two

NY Schools Add Books For 4th & 5th Graders That Praises AOC, Socialism, Attacks The GOP, And Religion While Pushing LGBTQ Radical Ideology On Students As Young As Two

The Democrats have stood up and said indoctrination of our children in schools is nothing but conservatives crying wolf when there is nothing there. Yet, time after time, we see case after case where there is not only indoctrination going on but is done in a way that does not even bother to be hidden from the public view.

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LGBTQ indoctrination is running rampant through our schools, with teachers on Social Network sites bragging about turning a large percentage of their class into following this type of lifestyle. This is not coming from colleges, even from high school settings; this is coming from teachers in elementary and middle schools.

Social network sites, working with the “woke” left, move with lightning speed to remove any evidence of this; case in point, these are no longer available:

And then this:

But this is not just being silenced on social networks; this is happening in a school near you. As reported with Gateway Pundit:

This book for NYC school kids has AOC instead of ABCs

New York City school kids are learning their AOCs.

A book intended for 10- and 11-year-olds — which glorifies socialist Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and her far-left “Squad,” knocks religion, and mocks Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell – is being distributed to public school libraries, parents told The Post.

The book, “What You Don’t Know: A Story of Liberated Childhood,” was written and illustrated by Brooklynite Anastasia Higginbotham and appears on a fifth-grade independent reading list labeled “Universal Mosaic.” The DOE’s new Mosaic curriculum is supposed to kick off next year.

The picture book centers on a black child who talks about fitting in at school and church and a friend “who’s queer like me.”

The boy, named Demetrius, is shown in a church where he says, “Churches can preach all they want about love — the only thing that I feel when I’m here is shame.”

The boy’s spirit meets Jesus – who is apparently a Democrat — and who tells him “everyone is invited to love and be loved.” The distressed-looking boy points to an unnamed white man — a McConnell lookalike — and says, “Even — ?” Jesus replies “Yes.”

The Post, which reviewed a copy of the book, reported that it states, “We will rewrite the rules we live by and love the world into balance,” with a picture of Demetrius and his parents watching AOC and fellow “Squad” members Representatives Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), and Ilhan Omar (D-MN) on television.

The blurb for the book on Amazon says it “delves into queerness, Blackness, and the love that dismantles whiteness.”

Thankfully there has been resistance to this by some courageous educators,

One Staten Island mom said she thought the book was anti-Catholic and that, with its mix of religion and politics, “has no place in the classroom.”

“It’s a horrible book,” a Staten Island mom told the Post. She said the principal at her child’s school refused to distribute it.

Naturally, the author of the book Higginbotham wrote books trying to explain sex to first graders titled “Our Skin” and LGBTQ ideology to pre-schoolers with “I’m Not a Girl,” which explains how a young student knows they aren’t a girl, despite being born as one.


Higginbotham, in a typical progressive Left rant, lashed out at her critics:

I never expected people who cling to the oppressive, dying institutions of patriarchy and white supremacy to like that book,” she said.

And this is who progressives in New York think should be educating our children. This is growing to be criminal; these people should be brought on child abuse charges.

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About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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