Parental Rights Supporters are Like Segregationists, Says Kike National Teachers’ Union Boss

It’s so funny that “parental rights supporter” is now a term like “racist.”

The Jews can do this to anyone, you see. Any idea, no matter how reasonable and obvious, can be made into something evil by the Jews.

New York Post:

National teachers union boss Randi Weingarten likened the rhetoric of supporters of school choice and parental rights initiatives to that of segregationists, sparking an outcry from supporters of the movements.

The explosive comparison of Jim Crow-era racists to modern-day activists pushing for school districts to allow parents to have more input in their children’s education was made by the American Federation of Teachers president during a Tuesday interview with Northeastern University’s Burnes Center for Social Change senior fellow Seth D. Harris.

This woman is more fit to decide what is best for your kids than you are. After all, her entire family was steamed to death in steam chambers by evil Germans because they need her shoes for their infamous “shoe pile.”

The same kind of roots that happened in the aftermath of Brown v. Board, those same words that you heard, in terms of wanting segregation, post Brown v. Board of Education, those same words you hear today,” Weingarten, 65, said in response to a question about the differences in the political discussion surrounding schools now compared to the 20th century.

Desegregation was another Jewish hoax, by the way.

So it’s not really altogether untrue what she’s saying here.

“I was kind of gobsmacked when I was talking to Southern Poverty Law Center, and they showed me the same words: choice’, ‘parental rights’ and attempts to divide parents versus teachers, and at that point, it was white parents versus other parents. But it’s the same kind of words,” she added.

The extremism watchdog argues that “Today’s so-called parental rights activists have also copied and pasted from the scripts of past groups, adapting old racist and homophobic ideas, as well as conspiracy theories asserting Marxist indoctrination. They are now adding a dash of QAnon rhetoric, accusing progressives of attempting to groom and sexualize children.”

Parents did believe they had a choice whether or not their kids went to school with negroes.

I don’t really understand why they wouldn’t have that choice.

Is it because Adolf Hitler forced people to climb trees and then chopped the trees down when they were at the top?

And the Nazis would throw three babies into the air and shoot them all with one bullet?

And the Nazis drowned babies in buckets?

I don’t really understand how these things are related, but okay, Jews – I’ll just believe you because you’re God’s chosen people, after all.