NEA focuses on Sanctuary Cities, BLM, Drag Queen Dances | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

NEA focuses on Sanctuary Cities, BLM, Drag Queen Dances

According to Merriam-Webster, a labor union is “an organization of workers formed for the purpose of advancing its members’ interests in respect to wages, benefits, and working conditions.”

Yet each year during the first week of July the NEA hosts its representative assembly at which delegates adopt hundreds of new business items, most of which have nothing to do with wages, benefits or working conditions.

For example, NEA supports sanctuary cities, abolishing ICE, the normalization of an endless number of genders, lenient discipline policies, ousting police, Black Lives Matter trainings in K-12 schools and many more divisive political issues.
Consequently, retired teacher Jeralee Smith and dozens of her dedicated teacher colleagues attend this meeting annually to try to make the voices of teachers heard over the din of NEA’s political agenda.

For their trouble, Jeralee and friends have been booed off the platform, spit upon, harassed, deceived, barred from committees, and shouted down during standing votes. Together, they’ve experienced many offensive and demoralizing situations, but after decades of abuse courtesy of NEA, even Jeralee was shocked by what she witnessed at the NEA representative assembly last year.


Bella Dodd


Bella Dodd wrote that Jewish Communists hijacked the teachers'unions in the 1930's.

See: "School of Darkness" by Bella Dodd

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