Elementary school children as young as pre-K and ranging up to just fourth grade were forced to take part in a “Pride Month” celebration assembly at Charlottesville, Virginia’s Johnson Elementary School to mark the start of June, and parents had no ability to opt their kids out of it.
Video footage of the assembly, which blatantly constitutes a public school-sanctioned grooming session, was secretly recorded and handed over to Charlottesville, Virginia’s Schilling Show, a local talk radio news program that operates a news website and has been routinely exposing the public school grooming and other left-wing madness that’s plaguing Charlottesville and the wider Central Virginia community.
National File has received permission from the Schilling Show to publish the footage.
Boys and girls at Charlottesville’s Johnson Elementary held a “Pride Month” celebration today, in which fourth grade children explained to the assembled student body (pre-k to 4), the meaning of “LGBTQ” and also read aloud from ABC Pride a book that “introduces young readers to the alphabet through the colourful world of Pride,” a June 2nd report on The Schilling Show’s news website reads.
“[LGBTQ] stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer. Cool!” a fourth grade girl said into the microphone, informing all children who didn’t yet have an understanding of homosexuality and its related deviances of exactly what they were about to hear, as the caught-on-video assembly got started
“Now, let’s have a book about Pride Month,” she said, before handing the microphone off to another fourth grade girl, who cracked open a copy of ABC Pride and took turns with other young students in reading off the entire alphabet, linking each letter to the LGBT movement.
As the fourth graders read aloud at the microphone, teachers moved through the crowd of children in the audience like overseers on a gay plantation, making sure that the kids were quietly accepting the indoctrination. The school’s entire administration was also present, sanctioning from the very top the hyper-sexualized assembly for children as young as four-year-old pre-kindergartners.
Watch the video below. Viewer discretion is advised:
Below is a FULL TRANSCRIPT of the student-led assembly at Johnson Elementary School, which was previously published by Charlottesville, Virginia’s Schilling Show.
“A” is for acceptance. When you accept yourself and other people accept you for who you are.
“B” is for belonging. When you know you are in the right place, surrounded by things you love and the people who make you feel good.
“C” is for celebrate. Life is full of amazing moments and wonderful people; we should all celebrate each other.
“D” is for difference. No two people are the same. [Unintelligible] Learning more about people everywhere is always more exciting.
“E” is for equality. When you give everyone the things they need to do, the things they want to do.
“F” is for flag. There are lots of flags that people use to show who they are.
“G” is for gender. Some people guess by how you dress or how your body looks, but you know best who you are.
“H” is for human rights. All humans have the right to live how they want. Some people need [unintelligible]
“I” is for icon. Someone special, usually a famous person you and lots of other people want to be like.
“J” is for justice. Making sure everyone is treated fairly to give them the same chance to be successful.
“K” is for kindness. Doing things to help make other people’s lives better, like sharing your favorite toy.
“L” is for love. Love is a feeling you have for someone very special to you. You can love whoever you want, or no one, as not everyone falls in love.
“M” is for march. Some people march in the streets to tell others about something that is important to them or something they think is unfair.
“N” is for non-binary. A word for a person who doesn’t see themselves as a particular gender.
“O” is for out. Being “out” means telling other people about your gender or who you love.
“P” is for pride. Being a confident LGBTQ+ person—happy with who you are.
“Q” is for questioning. It’s okay not to know your gender and who you love or don’t love; your feelings might change, and that’s okay.
“R” is for rainbow. The rainbow flag is a special sign for all LGBTQ people. The stripes mean love, healing, sunlight, nature, harmony, and spirit.
“S” is for stereotypes. When you think about who a person is and what they feel because of the way they look [unintelligible] aren’t for everyone.
“T” is for trans. Some people whose gender does not match what’s written on their birth certificate when they were born.
“U” is for understanding. Listening to what other people say about themselves helps you understand them.
“V” is for values. Values are things you think are important, like honesty, kindness, taking turns, sharing, thinking about other people’s feelings.
“W” is for wig. Fake hair that some people wear for fun to show who they are and make them feel good.
“X” is for xe. We all use pronouns to talk about someone without using their name, such as she, he, or they. Some people use xe, instead.
“Y” is for you. You are a wonderful person, whoever you are; always be you.
“Z” is for zero. The number of people who want to be [unintelligible]
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