Candace Owens say parents should SUE woke schools who cancel conservative views & ‘ruins kids’ lives’

CANDACE Owens has said parents should SUE woke schools who cancel conservative views.

The political pundit accused teachers of "systematic bullying" and "ruining kids' lives" – and called on moms and dads to take immediate action.

Speaking to Fox News, Owens said: "Parents have to start speaking out, not just speaking out, but suing.

"You have to start suing the schools because they're ruining the lives of young children."

She added: "This thought process that we keep seeing that conservatives are not allowed to exist, that being conservative is backwards and it's wrong, and especially when it comes to the education system taking part in this, right? 

"Smearing and libelling their own students, these students having to transfer out of schools.

"This is systematic bullying that's happening, but worse than that, it's propagandist."

She was joined by conservative activist and radio talk show host Charlie Kirk, who added: "Where are the adults that are going to start to stand up and realize that the next generation that's standing up for freedom in our country is worthy of protection, in this situation?

"It takes courage to be a young conservative. It's time for adults to start to protect young people's right to organize and speak their mind."

Their comments follow several incidents of parents complaining that their children were being "brainwashed" by "woke" educators.

A dad decided to pull his daughter from a $54k-a-year private school in New York City as he believes it "brainwashes students with cancel culture agenda".

In a 1,700-word letter, Andrew Gutmann announced he had chosen not to re-enrol his daughter as he slammed Brearley School's "cowardly and appalling lack of leadership by appeasing an anti-intellectual, illiberal mob".

He also blasted the school's "critical race theory", saying it is "advocating the abhorrent viewpoint that Blacks should forever be regarded as helpless victims".

Another teacher, Paul Rossi from Grace Church School, who publicly slammed his private school for its "anti-racism" ideology, defended Gutmann's decision.

His school gave students a 12-page glossary instructing them not to use the words "mom and dad" or wish someone a Merry Christmas to be more inclusive.

Owens also backed Guttmann, branding him an "absolute hero".

In the Fox broadcast, a student claimed she was called racist after choosing Owens as her hero for a Black History Month project.

Owens said in response: "This young girl picked me, a black person, for Black History Month, and she was accused of being a racist.

"I mean, that is so twisted and perverted and wrong. It would be funny if it wasn't so cruel that led to her actually having to transfer out of this school. This is a problem."

She went on to accuse universities and colleges of "social engineering".


The 31-year-old said: "What is taking place throughout the universities and colleges and schools is a form of social engineering.

"They are taking your children, undermining parents at every single point in the purpose because they want to turn the children into government activists.

"They want to grow government and depend on government they don't want them to turn to mom and dad for answers, they want them to think mom and dad are wrong and backwards and racist. 

"They are handing out meaningless degrees, degrees in gender studies."

Guttmann's decision to take his daughter out of school was announced on the same day Dalton School's headmaster resigned over controversial race-based curriculum and policies.

Jim Best announced he was leaving to pursue "other exciting and inspiring opportunities" after months of controversy.

In December, parents pulled their kids from the ultra-exclusive private school after an "anti-racism manifesto" was imposed.

Piers Morgan has also had a pop at "cancel culture wokies", saying "they will never win".

The 55-year-old urged his fans to buy his book – Wake Up: Why the ‘liberal’ war on free speech is even more dangerous than Covid-19 – which rocketed to number two in the Amazon Bestsellers List following his exit from Good Morning Britain.

Owens frequently rants about 'woke' issues, and she sparked huge backlash after criticising Harry Styles for wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue magazine.

The right-wing controversialist demanded "bring back manly men" and hit back at her critics saying: "Sorry, I'm not sorry."


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