Video: Teacher bullies children who support McCain

GLENN: This is going to blow your mind and we have posted this video on our website at GlennBeck.com. This is a "Must see" video. This is the video. It comes from a Finnish documentary about the American election. Now, why we have to go to Finland to get information like this, this should shock and horrify every single person in America, especially because it’s from a teacher, it’s from a public school, it is — it was never ratted out. It was never shown on any of our television sets. We never heard this, although we all know it’s going on. And worse, the unions are going to grab us by the throats. The teachers unions have our children. Listen to the audio of a teacher here in America talking to her class. Looks to be maybe third or fourth grade maybe, probably fourth grade, about the election. Watch this.

VOICE: We want to talk about the presidential election, okay? But I want to ask you, who are you pulling for — raise your hands.

VOICE: Obama.

VOICE: You’re pulling for Obama. Who are you pulling for? Any of you pulling for John McCain? That’s fine, say him as well.

VOICE: Obama.

VOICE: Obama — oh, Lord, John McCain.

GLENN: Stop, stop, stop, stop. Did you hear this? Anybody pulling for John McCain? It’s okay. Who are you? Obama. Who are you? John McCain. "Oh, Lord." Do you hear this? This is subtly, a teacher subtly telling you, "Oh, you’re stupid." Continue.

VOICE: Obama. John — oh, Lord, John McCain.

VOICE: John McCain.

VOICE: Oh, Jesus, John McCain.

GLENN: Stop. Listen to that. "Oh, Jesus, John McCain." Are you going to answer if your teacher is reacting to John McCain? "Oh, Jesus, John McCain. Okay." Wow. Continue.

VOICE: Oh, Jesus, John McCain. Okay. Now I want to ask you something. Why are you pulling for John McCain? And it’s okay but why are you pulling for John McCain?

GLENN: Okay, hang on just a second. "It’s okay. Oh, Jesus, John McCain. Okay, it’s okay, but why are you pulling for John McCain?" See, this is the way it happens. The teacher can say "I said it was okay." Yes, you did. Yes, you did but you sent a much, much different message. But it becomes clear. Wait.


VOICE: Because my parents are going for him, too.

VOICE: Okay, your parents are pulling for him? Why are you pulling for Barack?

VOICE: Because I just, I want a black President sometime.

VOICE: Okay, you want a black President?

VOICE: The reason why I would pick Barack Obama, because he’s making good changes in the good countries, stuff like that.

VOICE: So he’s making good changes by our country? Okay. Now, can you tell me just a little bit more like what type of changes?

VOICE: Like not having a fight between Iraq and having soldiers killed.

GLENN: Okay. Stop, stop, stop. Now she’s engaged with a Barack supporter. Not having an argument with Iraq and having our soldiers killed. To me there’s some followup questions with the Obama supporter but instead she now turns to a daughter, to a little girl who said she supported John McCain. Listen to what she says.

VOICE: So in other words, Barack is going to end that war in Iraq. What do you-all know about that war in Iraq? Huh? Your dad’s in the military. Talk.

GLENN: Stop, stop, stop. She looks at that little girl and she says, what do you-all know about that war in Iraq? What do you know? Talk. She points to the little girl: Talk. Talk, what do you know; your dad is in the military. Do you see the hostility here? Your dad is in the military. Then she — the little girl doesn’t say anything and then the teacher says, it’s — and leans in to her: It’s a senseless war. So in other words, what your dad is doing is either getting killed or killing people for no reason whatsoever. Are you ever going to raise your hand? What do you think about what your dad does? What do you think about the system? How does a child navigate? When they’re in conflict with their family, their parents and their school. Respect authority. How do they navigate? How do we expect them to understand the world? Only one of them is right. So either I can trust my teacher or I can trust my family. Which one is it? It gets worse.

VOICE: It’s a senseless war. And by the way, Kathy, the person that you’re picking for President said that our troops could stay in Iraq for another 100 years if they need to. So that means your dad has to stay in the military for another 100 years.

GLENN: Stop. Do you hear this? The guy you’re going to vote for, Kathy, says the troops are going to stay in Iraq for another 100 years. So your dad is going to be in the military for another 100 years. The stress of a kid in the fourth grade, of Dad going off to war. Is Dad going to be alive, is Dad going to be killed, is Dad ever going to come home? Now the teacher has said it’s a senseless war and your dad’s going to be there for another 100 years. Watch the whole video at GlennBeck.com. It is jaw-dropping. Jaw-dropping. Again from a Finnish documentary filmmaker because nobody here in America cared to show or cares to show the indoctrination of our children that just didn’t just happen. It’s been going on for quite some time. And why does it — why is it allowed to happen? Because we’re sheep. We’re sheep.

There are teachers like you just heard that are trying to intimidate and then teach our children. Teach your children about America, teach your children about our history, teach your children about our heritage. Teach them that work ethic, teach them that you don’t take money from other people. Our children will be educated. They will learn. The only question is what are they going to learn. Who’s going to be educating them? We can’t let the politicians keep running around keeping us so busy that we lose focus. No success can compensate for the failure in the home. But if we all try to do all that we can and our kids turn out to be losers, we can always drop them off at that hospital in Nebraska. I’m just saying. You know where you drop off the children regardless of their age, no questions asked, no criminal charges? Just drive to Alaska — or I mean to Nebraska. If you’ve done your job… but far too many of us, far too many of us just don’t think that this is a problem in our neighborhood. It is.

I bring you back to the two convenience store workers that we had on today that I asked him about, you know, redistribution of wealth and More-On Trivia: Well, we’re going to take that money from those evil rich people, aren’t we? Two of them, two of them said, "I hope so. You bet, I hope so." We’re losing who we are. We have already lost much of it. Much of the country doesn’t even know who we are anymore, and the government and the unions and everybody else is going to take it and put the final nail in the coffin. Don’t allow that to happen. Know what you believe in and stand up for it. Run for office. Speak out. Be a force for change. Be a force for good. Be a force for freedom because freedom and liberty comes from God, and it is given directly to you. No one can take that away. We can only lose it because we don’t pay attention.