Kari Lake Slams Plot to Remove Pledge of Allegiance and Constitution From Classrooms
Kari Lake, the Republican nominee for Governor of Arizona – and another signer of our 1776 Pledge – is calling out her Democrat opponent, Katie Hobbs, for attempting to remove instruction about the founding of our country from classrooms – while at the same time introducing sex education for kindergartners.
In a video released on Twitter, Lake reveals that, as a state legislator, “Hobbs voted to block the Pledge of Allegiance, our National Anthem, the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and even the Mayflower Compact from being taught to the next generation of Americans.”
“As a mother and as a governor, I pledge to you that Arizona’s education system will teach our children that America, the land of the free and the home of the brave, is good,” Lake continued.
That’s exactly the message that Governor Youngkin delivered last year, and we’re betting it’s exactly what parents in Arizona – and around the country – want to hear now.
Bravo to Kari Lake, and to every candidate and elected official who is taking similar steps to restore honest, patriotic education to our schools.