Bailey’s Elementary School for the Arts and Sciences in Falls Church, Virginia showed second graders an anti-police film that includes the saying, “I feel safe when there are no police.” If I were a police officer in Falls Church and a school official was being beaten in the street, I would make sure they felt utterly safe.
No police for you.
Defunding police is a dangerous game because not only does the crime rate go through the roof but when you realize you are wrong, you find yourself unable to find new officers to handle the rise in crime because they are no longer trusted.
Indeed, several red states advertise for officers in blue states to come there where they are appreciated. Just one more reason why you don’t want to live in a blue city or state.
Woke Kindergarten, a group describing itself as committed to “abolitionist early education and pro-Black liberation,” made the video, which the school board claims they had no idea that was being used.
They have now begun an investigation to find out what other materials are being used that were not approved by them.
The video asks why some people feel safe around police while others don’t. Then they said that it is everyone’s on to make sure people feel safe. And what is showing on the screen? A BLM protest, but not the ones where entire cities seem to be on fire. Liberals would find that to be counter-productive. BLM material is very slanted and often not very accurate most of the time.
The summer guidance may have also been available to students at other schools in the Fairfax County school district, Asra Nomani, a vice president at Parents Defending Education who has three teenage children enrolled in the district, told Fox News.
“The message that they’re trying to send to the second graders is exactly the mixed messages that adults are having to deal with, which is we feel unsafe out in the streets now because of the entire ‘defund the police’ movement that has led to less police presence,” Nomani said. “But now the police are being blamed for it.”
“It’s a very dangerous message because there was a time when you were actually taught to go to the police, if you were lost or if you felt unsafe,” she told Fox News.