Tables turn when parents discover preschoolers belting out anti-Biden chant at school

After a video was posted showing preschoolers being led in a call and answer chant against President Joe Biden, a parent experienced a revelation about remaining informed about their child’s curriculum; “this can happen in your child’s classroom.”

Turning Point Christian is a private school located in Norco, CA east of Los Angeles. ABC 7 first reported that a video had been shared in the school’s messaging app that showed students aged four and five participating in a lesson on President’s Day from February.

In the video, the unnamed teacher can be heard asking the group of children, “Who’s our president?”

Altogether, they respond, “Biden!”

“What do we want to do with him?” the teacher then asks.

“We want him out,” the kids shout as the teacher reacts in feigned surprise prompting the students to repeat more enthusiastically, “We want him out!”

It is unclear if school officials removed the video from the messaging app before or after receiving complaints, they did however issue a statement that read, “Earlier today a video was posted that has since been deleted as it did not share our school and church philosophy of honoring and respecting authority including those in government positions.”

Turning Point Christian describes their program as offering a “challenging academic curriculum that is balanced with creative programs for physical, spiritual, and social growth.”

KTLA reported that the teacher was spoken to, but it is unclear if disciplinary action was imposed and the school has offered no further statements.

Christina McFadden, a parent of one of the students, stated, “The teacher is indoctrinating her students. Everybody has a right to believe in what they want and my daughter wasn’t given that opportunity. And especially at that age, I don’t even think that she can comprehend to make an informed decision on who and what she should believe in.”

McFadden further expressed that while her daughter thought the experience was funny, she doesn’t know what the lesson was. She has since relocated her daughter to a different school. Of her decision, she said, “At this point, it’s not about the school, it’s about informing students that this is happening.”

“It doesn’t matter at this point what side of the fence you’re on,” McFadden told ABC 7. “This can happen in your child’s classroom, and it is happening.”

This is precisely the outrage that conservative parents have been trying to express as they learn that their children are being subjected to participation in pride parades like the one planned for this week in the Austin Independent School District.

Likewise, this is exactly the sort of behavior that the Parental Rights in Education legislation from Florida is designed to contend with.

Kevin Haggerty


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