It’s Earth Day, and that means its time for your kids to be indoctrinated into being pro-green agenda and anti-big business.
The Blaze reports that new song being sung by kids in school contains lyrics like “Recycle, bicycle, don’t drive by yourself / don’t buy those plastic products on the supermarket shelf“ and ”Boycott, petition, let the big business know / that if we mess it up here, there’s no else we can go.”
You can watch video of the singing below:
“They are teaching them to boycott businesses,” Glenn said.
“ If I may quote Abraham Lincoln, ‘The things that are taught in our schools in this generation will be the policies of our government in the next generation. ‘ That's exactly what is happening now, exactly what is happening,” Glenn said.
Not long after, the woman who recorded the video called into the show and explained more about the kids shown in the clip above.
“My daughter is actually in first grade and is in one of the classes that performed during that earth day program,” Rachel said.
“She came home from school a couple of weeks ago and she started singing the song and I stopped dead in my tracks and I was on the phone and I asked her, Can you please sing that song for Mommy one more time, because I'm thinking, Am I really hearing this?”
“And the person I was on the phone with even stopped and they said, Did she just say what I think she said? So, I had her sing the song. I typed up all the lyrics. I called some friends, some other moms. I e-mailed it to them and I just said, Hey, read this or listen to this and tell me what you think. And they were just as upset,” she continued.
Rachel said that when she went to the school principle about removing the song, she was told “it’s a cute song” that “doesn’t mean what you think it does”. She even went to Nashville to speak with legislators about the issue.
“If I don't stand up and do something and try to change it, they're going to still keep doing that to other kids,” she said.
Glenn promised to bring her TV and put her on the show. “We'll put you on TV and give you the opportunity to start a nationwide movement,” he said.