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We’ve already told you about some of the lowlights of the BLM week of indoctrination coming up in Ames Community School District and how it will pollute the minds of the youngest kids in the district.

But the district also intends to influence high school students in a negative way.

One of the resources is called “White People Hate Protests.”

“White people hate protests, but white people love to talk about Martin Luther King,” it starts. “White people like to ask each other, ‘What would Dr. King have done?’ as soon as they hear about a protest, mostly to criticize any action taken.”

The lesson states that “most white people are doing the same old things: ignoring injustices and violence until it touches us personally.”

And there’s plenty of proof, according to the nut who authored the presentation.

“You can just go to Fox News, or the New York Times, or Twitter to see what white people have to say about Black Lives Matter, or gun control, or public education, or professional athletes taking a knee during the National Anthem.”

Author: Jacob Hall