Students in San Francisco public schools are learning all about the alleged atrocities President Donald Trump is committing against minorities, and they’re getting plenty of class time to make posters and protest in the streets to “close the camps” and “save the children.”
Conservative activist “Fog City Midge” documented the “Close the Camps” protest on Friday, when she spoke with students, teachers, parents and administrators goading hundreds of students into action.
“Who do we hate? Donald Trump! Who do we hate? Donald Trump! Who do we hate? Donald Trump!” the students screamed for the camera. Most carried homemade or printed signs, with messages like “Free the Children,” “Keep Families Together,” and “Save the immigrants.”
Several of the students toted posters that featured Trump’s picture with devil horns, while others carried speakers and a megaphone, using que cards with prepared slogans.
“Brick by brick, wall by wall, the border wall will fall,” the students shouted in one chant.
“Si se puede!” they yelled in another.
“It’s like they’ve already got coached on all of the leftist chants,” Midge observed.
She spoke with a student carrying a sign likening the president to a pile of poop, before adults at the event realized she doesn’t hate Trump as much as they do.
“Cheetos suck!” the student said, referring to the president’s complexion.
“Isn’t it not nice to make fun of someone because of the color of their skin?” Midge asked the boy.
“I know, but this is Trump and he’s being racist to everyone else,” the kid said before a woman pushed her back and said, “You need to leave.”
The woman, like most of the school workers Midge attempted to talk with, refused to discuss students ditching class to “hate Donald Trump,” though one man wearing a Mexican flag cape attempted to report her to the police for attending the rally.
“I just think it’s crazy that these kids are chanting ‘no hate’ and then they’re saying ‘I hate Donald Trump,’” Midge explained to one of the school workers.
“But obviously they’re being told what to say by you guys,” she said. “This is unbelievable.”
“You can’t harass children,” the woman, also in a flag cape, told Midge. “Go away. I don’t have anything to say.”
Midge got the same response from several other “educators” corralling the kids through the streets.
Parents who came along told Midge at least three schools participated in the day off to protest, and explained how the city’s educators have spent a lot of time preparing before the big day.
“Their teacher has talked about … they’re doing their posters and the teacher sat down with them in a circle and talked to them what’s going on. They are taking time off school, but it’s for a reason,” one mother said. “And the reason behind this is because the kids at the border are being separated from their families – kids their age sleeping on the floor, sleeping in cages. That’s not right.”
“I’m supportive of my daughter and this is what she learned in school, so …,” the mother added.
Teachers said they were instructed not to speak with anyone about the student activist training.
“We’re not allowed to make any comments,” a woman watching the kids told Midge.
“Because it was the kids’ idea to come out here today?” she shot back.
“I gave you my answer,” the woman barked.
One teacher, however, couldn’t contain his pride at watching students screaming in the streets, and he discussed his hopes they’ll continue to “fight for justice” when they get older, though he acknowledged that most students were probably just happy to skip class.
“What would you have say to people that are saying these kids are being used as a political prop to get an agenda accomplished?” Midge questioned.
“Ohhh, wow!” the teacher said. “I would want to know who these people are.”
A short time later, the teacher with the Mexican flag cape tracked down a principal to confront Midge, and it soon became clear why the protest field trip focused so heavily on hate.
“They’re separating their families, what do you expect?” the school official told Midge. “What do you think they’re going to say? I love Donald Trump?”
He didn’t bother to wait for a response, and instead began shouting obscenities with children just a few steps away.
“He’s a piece of shit,” the administrator said. “Ok, that’s what he is. He’s a piece of shit.”
The man refused to identify himself for the record.
“He’s a criminal. He should be arrested. You ask these dumb questions, these kids ask better questions that you,” he continued. “Donald Trump is a scumbag, ok. He’s a bigot.
“He’s a piece of shit. Impeach his ass. He’s a criminal. I’ll put his ass in a headlock.”
The event culminated with a march to City Hall, with students carrying a massive banner through the street that read: “Free the Children.”
“No justice, no peace,” they yelled in unison. “No justice, no peace.”