Biden Opens Pathway Toward Chinese Propaganda into Schools

Almost on a weekly basis over the last few years, I've constantly seen reason after reason for abolishing the public school system as it currently stands, or at the very least to withdraw our children from public schools.

There are a number of alternatives ranging from homeschooling (which can take place in a number of different ways), private schools, or charter schools.

The main reasoning that I see today is because of how liberal teachers and school districts have become insofar as feeling it necessary to teach children about hate, racism, sex (in all forms), transgenderism, and more.

President Trump was a man who took action against propaganda and harmful and hateful indoctrination. You may even remember that last year he designated the Confucius Institutes as foreign propaganda agents of the People's Republic of China.

Now, Biden is reversing course and bringing back Chinese propaganda to our school and therefore, our children.

“Biden also reversed an order that would mandate the disclosure of any agreement made between American schools and Confucius Institutes. Operated by Chinese Communist Party-affiliated entities, Confucius Institutes peddle Chinese influence and monitor Chinese students on U.S. campuses. Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo designated the Confucius Institute as a “foreign mission” for the Communist Party last year. Biden’s reversal of the pending order would alleviate pressure and accountability on universities and schools that have signed contracts to welcome the institutes on campus.”

Republicans blasted the national security implications of the reversal. Rep. Mike Gallagher (R., Wis.) warned that China sees American universities as a chief battlefront with Beijing, and the country’s influence requires a harder look rather than a rollback in oversight.

“American universities are on the frontline of our competition with the Chinese Communist Party,” Gallagher told the Washington Free Beacon. “At a time when the CCP is seeking more avenues than ever to influence the direction of American China policy, we should be doing everything possible to shine light on its funding arrangements here in the U.S.”

Washington Free Beacon

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