On Presidents Day: Local school district anti-Trump?
By Deborah Baber Savalla
February 20, 2017
Today is Presidents Day. Our 45th President took office 31 days ago in time-honored tradition yet an English teacher at Campana High School in Camarillo reportedly was upset that she lost a $100 bet since President Trump was not assassinated on Inauguration Day. We know this because she said so to her class.
According to Fox News & Commentary host Todd Starnes citing an interview with the mother of a student in the classroom, Campana High School also has a history of anti-Trump sentiments; sentiments that evidently are shared in classrooms targeting our youth and our future leaders. The assassination classroom comment was the last straw. The parents of this student have filed a formal complaint with Superintendent Angelica Ramsey but have yet to receive a response, according to Todd Starnes:
“Our public schools have been commandeered by far-left radicals – and they are using American classrooms to radically change the culture. We must stand up to their dangerous agenda.”
And while I have no school-aged children, I am compelled to write about this as I did about the Ventura middle school handwriting presentation of Trump as Himmler-Hitler because one day these young people will be our leaders. I hope parents and all concerned citizens wise up to lies being taught and rise up to demolish this cancer in our schools.
Lest you think Camarillo and Ventura schools are alone in their Leftist, Re-education camps, think again!
February 19, 2017 As seen on Tucker Carlson Tonight
A New York father was outraged when his daughter was asked to complete a homework assignment that ended with a politicized question.
Vincent Ungro of Staten Island told Ed Henry that his 11-year-old daughter brought home an assignment that read as follows:
“President Trump speaks in a very superior and [BLANK] manner, insulting many people.
He needs to be more [BLANK] so the American people respect and admire him,” the assignment read, asking the student to fill in the blanks with vocabulary terms.
Deborah Baber Savalla was a 33-year resident New Yorker where she enjoyed a decades-long career in book publishing finishing that chapter of her life as VP Corporate Administration for Macmillan, a half-billion dollar company in the US.