Media Ignores Revolutionary Communist/Socialist Teachers Marching in Chicago

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The Chicago Teachers Union is overwhelmed with revolutionary communists and socialists but you won’t hear this in the lamestream media. These leftists have shown their colors before to no mention by the media and here they are again in all their revolutionary splendor.

Rebel Pundit took the video below and interviewed them. Many were teachers and some worked in a school in a different capacity. These are the people teaching our inner city youth.

It’s not just them. I invaded the MoveOn meetings in New York and found them to be communists and socialists and some of them were teachers. There were quite a few teachers at Occupy Wall Street, which was also a communist/socialist movement.

These Chicago teachers were marching during a one day strike called by the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU Local1) on April 1st which was an appropriate day since they all appeared to be fools.

When the media covered the Tea Party or when they cover Trump rallies, they’re vicious but why do they ignore this? You must ask yourself that question.

These people are extremely entitled but that’s what communism and socialism are all about.

There is nothing new here. They’ve been striking with communist signs, holding communist and socialist workshops, and teaching it in the schools.

During a 2014 workshop, Bolshevik unionist Karen Lewis, president of the Chicago Public Schools teachers’ union, told teachers how to politicize instruction. She used as an example, the infusion of social justice ideology into math instruction.

In the video below, she explained how a Progressive named Bob Peterson puts social justice propaganda into his math lessons in lieu of consumerism.

“People always talk about how that there’s no politics and values in math. That you can teach math and there’s no place for social justice. So let me tell you how Bob deals with that,” Lewis said.

She went on to describe a math story problem about money and the cost of pencils.

“That’s a very political statement because it’s all about consumerism – it’s about buying stuff, right?

“Bob Peterson tells them about José working in a factory making piecemeal clothes. He uses the same numbers and gets the same answer. And yes, math is political, too.”

Lewis concluded, “Don’t let people tell you there’s one way to do anything.”

In the next clip, she blames the rich, white people for minorities’ problems. She’s a racist and she’s very entitled.

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