Actor James Woods Hails Teacher A ‘Hero’ For Fighting ‘Socialism’ And ‘Indoctrination’ In Schools
Virginia teacher Lilit Vanetsyan got props from actor James Woods for taking the Loudoun County School Board to task on CRT.
A Virginia teacher is on the receiving end of a lot of applause after James Woods tweeted a video of her confronting the Loudoun County School Board. The conservative actor called her “an American hero” and her speech is encouraging parents across the country.
Loudoun County schools in Virginia are a hotbed for leftwing agendas, including critical race theory.
Recently, a gym teacher was suspended and banned from school property after refusing to use “preferred pronouns” because it defied his Christian religion. A judge reinstated the teacher, but the liberal agenda continues being pushed there.
Parents have been regularly speaking out at school board meetings but it was a teacher who brought the heat at a recent meeting.
This Virginia teacher’s speech should serve as a wake up call to other Americans to speak up and challenge this liberal indoctrination in our schools.
Virginia Teacher Has Stern Warning For Parents And Students
Lilit Vanetsyan teaches next door to Loudoun in Fairfax County, Virginia. While there is great risk to speaking openly against school boards or the liberal indoctrination running rampant through our schools, she could not stay silent.
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While addressing the school board, Vanetysyan boldly wore a “Make Education Great Again” t-shirt and “Youngkin For Governor” sticker.
The young teacher implored that the radical lessons being forced upon young students will teach them to “root for socialism by the time they get to middle school.”
She then issued a call to action for parents to get involved and stand up against this divisive practice.
“Parents, the longer that you wait and don’t have your child’s schools accountable, gives these guys more time to dictate what’s best for your child’s physical, mental, and emotional health,” she continued.
Teacher Lilit Vanetsyan also had a message to students. She encourages them to stand up when they are being defined by the color of their skin.
“Students, you are on the front lines of these indoctrination camps. Challenge the staff when you are presented with a ludicrous statement, and do not allow anybody to tell you that you cannot accomplish anything because of your skin color, or to hate yourself because of your skin color,” the teacher remarked. “Students, it is up to you to be the next generation of victims, or victors.”
Ultimately, the Loudon County School Board cut off her microphone.
James Woods Applauds Teacher Opposing Critical Race Theory
The video of the Lilit Vanetsyan taking Loudoun County School Board members to task has been viewed millions of times.
James Woods gave the brave teacher a big nod for her patriotism. You can watch her fiery speech in the tweet below.
Here is an American hero. This brave teacher is everything true patriotism stands for. Of course they cut her microphone, because the cowards of the left can’t weather free speech. #AmericanHero #LoudounCounty pic.twitter.com/AmswrN1gJz
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) June 10, 2021
Loudoun County School Board Attempted To Silence Lilit Vanetsyan Entirely
The School Board attempted to prevent Vanetsyan from even talking at all.
Chair Brenda Sheridan attempted to silence the teacher by demanding a medical exemption for not wearing a mask.
But, the teacher wasn’t having it. She fired back at Sheridan stating to ask this question was a violation of HIPPA.
After pushing back, Vanetsyan was finally permitted to briefly speak.
You can watch that tense exchange in the video below.
This country needs more teachers like Lilit Vanetsyan helping to shape the minds of our youth. Her speech to the Loudoun County School Board is the personification of patriotism.
Another veteran Fairfax County teacher of 23 years was emboldened by Vanetsyan’s speech.
She exclusively told TheMix.net, “I have worked in early childhood for years. Young children are kind and accepting and don’t care what color anybody’s skin is, whether they speak English or not, or what country they’re from. Young children play in any language and are intrinsically inclusive regardless of color. To point out race to little learners is to plant a seed in their minds that being a particular color OR not being a particular color is bad and that is just not so.”
The Fairfax teacher finished by saying, “I fear that by teaching CRT or versions of it to our students we are losing sight of the importance of teaching empathy, kindness, and inclusivity.”
We can only hope that more teachers, parents, students, and community members will be encouraged to raise their voices. Our children deserve it.
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