A California teacher has been caught on video leading a group of preschool students in a chant against President Biden.
The incident took place in February at Turning Point Christian School. Video shows the teacher asking the 4 and 5-year-olds, “Who’s our President?”
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After they all answer “Biden” in unison, the teacher asks, “What do we want to do with him?”
The students yell back, “We want him out!”
The teacher then excitedly asks, “What?” prompting them to yell again, “We want him out!”
“I was just in shock,” parent Christina McFadden told ABC. “I had to watch it multiple times to realize, is this really happening?”
“An Eastvale mother is furious after discovering a video showing her daughter’s preschool teacher [Turning Point Christian School- Norco] leading a political chant in which 4 & 5 y/o students were calling for President Joe Biden to leave office.”
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McFadden said the video was originally shared through a school messaging app, but was subsequently deleted. An administrator then wrote:
“We use Brightwheel as a parent communication app to share about your child’s day and activities. 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.”
“We are sorry for any misunderstanding this could of created. With courtesy towards the families of our campus and the children in the classroom I am asking you to please not share with others or post the video on any social media platform.”
But McFadden didn’t listen. After feeling discontentment with the school’s handling of the situation, she blurred out the kids’ faces and posted it. According to McFadden, the school would not reveal if the teacher faced any consequences, only that she was “repentant.”
But McFadden remains horrified at what her daughter took away from that lesson.
“The first thing she said to me when I picked her up was, ‘We want him out,'” she said. “That was the great message she learned that day. Her first history lesson.”