Common Core Textbook Executive: “Damn The Second Amendment”

posted on January 23, 2016

In an undercover video produced by Project Veritas, an executive who develops teaching materials for the Common Core curriculum expressed her disdain for the U.S. Constitution in general and its right to keep and bear arms in particular, exclaiming, “Damn the Second Amendment.” 

With uncommon candor, Kim Koerber, a former executive with textbook publisher Pearson Education and now National Geographic Education, voices her seething contempt for a wide variety of mainstream American values, from the Judeo-Christian tradition to respect for the framers of the U.S. Constitution. 

It’s a rare glimpse at the elitism and bigotry of those who push a preachy Common Core program of indoctrination that teaches young people that the Bill of Rights is “outdated” and that the Second Amendment protects only a “state militia” and requires people to “register weapons.” But more than that, it’s compelling proof you need to be counted in this November’s elections.

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