School bullying is not a new problem. In fact, it is a very old and very serious problem. Now, instead of finding solutions, the “tolerant” left is busy blaming the problem on Donald Trump.
Going so far as to bully themselves.
Teaching Tolerance is a website where educators “who care about diversity, equity and justice can find news, suggestions, conversation and support.”
Sounds nice, but couldn’t be farther from the truth.
An extension of the Southern Poverty Law Center, what they are actually doing, is teaching socialist ideologies; perpetuating divisiveness and intolerance. And they are doing it by any means necessary.
Their latest message is touting that the “Trump Effect” is responsible for the increase in school bullying. How do they know this? The teachers said so, of course.
To determine how the election results are affecting classrooms, SPLC and Teaching Tolerance are offering an online survey for teachers. They are promoting the survey on their respective websites. Websites that focus entirely on liberal viewpoints. This is the first problem.
The second problem is their statement about the survey, “Because we want to be able to confirm that the data we’re collecting is legitimately from an educator, we’re going to ask you for your name and email address at the end of the survey.”
Not surprising is the fact that anyone can fill-out this survey. They can use any name or any email address they want. This is far from legitimate.
The statements in the survey are also deliberately misleading. Statements such as, “There has been anti-immigrant sentiment at my school” or “there has been anti-Muslim sentiment at my school.”
So, a student who does not support illegal immigration is anti-immigration?
Is a student angry over Islamic terrorism anti-Muslim?
This is what they are “teaching”. But it begs the question, “Who are the real bullies?”
In Texas, an 11-year-old boy was beaten after telling classmates he voted for Donald Trump in their mock-election. The Stafford Intermediate school the boy attends is in a poor district outside of Houston. The student body is comprised of 45% Hispanics and 40% African-Americans. The boy is Caucasian.
The child was not a victim of school bullying because of Trump. He was a victim because of Hillary and Obama. He was also a victim of bad parenting.
Bullies Are Not Born, They Are Raised
Children do not just become bullies.
Dr. Katie Hurley notes, “Bullies often lack warm, caring, and involved parents. Parents of bullies tend to be highly competitive and place unreasonable demands on their children to be superior to other kids (academically, socially, athletically, etc.). They teach their children to compete at all costs, and to win by whatever means.”
This aligns perfectly with what we are seeing from the cupcake generation. They lie, throw temper tantrums, and demand participation trophies.
President-elect Trump is not the problem. He is the solution. He won because Americans are tired of being bullied by socialist progressives. Charity begins at home, and so does bullying.
What do you think causes children to become bullies? Tell us in the comments.
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