NY Gov Directs DHS to Teach Your Kids to Spot Wrong Speak


New York Governor Kathy Hochul has directed the Department of Homeland Security, which has opened our borders, to develop media literacy tools for school children so they can spot things Democrats don’t like, such as their idea of conspiracy theories.

It’s madness. Do people really want the DHS to teach their children?

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“Today, I’m directing the Director of the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services to develop media literacy tools for K -12 in our public schools,” Hochul said.

The “tools” will “teach students and even teachers to help understand how to spot conspiracy theories and misinformation, disinformation, and online hate,” she described.

“Start talking about what we’re seeing out there. Give the teachers the tools they need to help these conversations in school. And by teaching younger New Yorkers about how to discern between digital fact and digital fiction, we can better inoculate them from hatred and the spread of it.”

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2 months ago

Most conspiracy theories that concern government corruption have ultimately proven true in whole or in part, and those who want to prohibit discussion of this are often the ones who profit from the dysfunctional system in some form or fashion.

I would also point out that DHS was created by the Bush administration and libertarians warned you guys about “mission creep”.

3 months ago

Hochul is a gov and has no business telling the DHS what to do, nor does the DHS or any part of the fedgov have any business telling children, adolescence or any other person what to believe or say. She should mind her own state and stay out of other peoples business. Appears her state is on the way to failure anyway.

Peter B. Prange
Peter B. Prange
3 months ago

When lunatics like Kathy are put in charge, how could we expect anything but lunacy.
A few big players like Soros are controlling the country by supporting bad candidates.
The way things are being done is so far from what the writers of the constitution had in mind it would be basically unrecognisable to them.

“In 1796, as his second term in office drew to a close, President George Washington chose not to seek re-election. Mindful of the precedent his conduct set for future presidents, Washington feared that if he were to die while in office, Americans would view the presidency as a lifetime appointment. Instead, he decided to step down from power, providing the standard of a two-term limit that would eventually be enshrined in the Twenty-Second Amendment to the Constitution.” https://www.mountvernon.org/library/digitalhistory/digital-encyclopedia/article/george-washington-s-farewell-address/ 20231123 2012 GMT

So to the Mitch McConnells, Nancy Pelosis, Diane Fiensteins, etc. listen to George Washington!