Due to Corona virus outbreak, more and more people are realizing homeschooling as a viable option to continue their children’s education. This is also the time when public school are unable to propagandize our children with climate change, homosexuality, transgenderism, and overall Marxist indoctrination. And parents get to see what their kids are actually learning.

One Harvard professor in a shocking essay, Elizabeth Bartholet, a professor of law and director of Harvard Law School’s child advocacy legal clinic, realized how homeschooling is causing a potential set back to their ideological goals, and is now beating the drum against homeschooling on the basis that it promotes white supremacy, and is a threat to children’s rights. She even goes so far as to suggest a national “presumptive ban” on the practice. She claims:

“Many homeschool precisely because they want to isolate their children from ideas and values central to public education and to our democracy. Many promote racial segregation and female subservience. Many question science. Many are determined to keep their children from exposure to views that might enable autonomous choice about their future lives,”

Translation – “We cannot brainwash your children if you teach them at home.”

Professor Elizabeth, the children are not isolated, they are protected from your ideas and your degenerate values that you poisoned our public education with.

Of course, right on schedule Elizabeth Bartholet goes on to blame the official culprits –> Christians.

“Surveys of homeschoolers show that a majority of such families (by some estimates, up to 90 percent) are driven by conservative Christian beliefs, and seek to remove their children from mainstream culture, some of these parents are ‘extreme religious ideologues’ who question science and promote female subservience and white supremacy.”

The liberal educational establishment is very concerned while families are locked-down in their homes and out of the grips of the state’s ability to indoctrinate them.

We are in a narrative war on multiple fronts. If people like Elizabeth Bartholet shape the story, they can win the future. Notice what they have done to the word “white.” It is use it as a synonym for “enemy.”