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Alinskyites on the March: Chicago Teachers Show Their True Colors
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Yesterday, I gave you an up-close-and-personal look at Chicago Teachers Union radical Karen Lewis.

EAGNews has done invaluable groundwork tracking these agitators over the years. Today, they bring exclusive video from the march yesterday that stopped traffic in the Loop.

First up: “Che-cago!” Kyle Olson writes:

“In the first day of its strike, the Chicago Teachers Union played host to a collective of radicals, including those proudly wearing Che Guevara t-shirts and others hoisting anarchist flags. The radical with the flag explained it stood for “revolutionary unionism” and that strong unions can stand up to “capitalists.” He said the union has leaders who got elected on a “syndicalist” platform…”

And here’s a vid clip of students being used as Big Labor kiddie human shields, dutifully parroting union chants:

Here’s more testimony from students being lobbied by their un-teachers to join them in the streets.

You know the drill: “Educate, collaborate, AGITATE!”

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Education, Politics, Unions