Trump Vows To Iowa Mom He’ll Purge ‘Insane’ Wokeness Infesting Public Schools

45th President Donald Trump participated in a live Q&A session with supporters during his pre-campaign rally in Iowa last night. The first topic that Trump addressed was the issue of left-wing gender and race ideology being taught in public schools. “As a member of Moms for Liberty, parental rights and education are top priorities,” an Iowa mother told Trump. “It seems like schools are becoming indoctrination camps, where they’re focused on sexualizing our children and it’s just not right.” BREAKING: Donald Trump starts taking questions from the audience at his Iowa campaign rally. pic.twitter.com/qt6c9TtjSQ — ALX ?? (@alx) March 14, 2023 “How do we get back to the basics in the classroom, teaching reading, writing – ” the women asked. “And arithmetic,” Trump said, finishing her sentence. The president went on to describe himself as a “voice of common sense.” Trump continued, “And with education, almost in many ways easier than other things, we have to get back to common sense, and that is reading, writing, arithmetic. What they’re teaching in schools today is insane. And most people understand it, even the people that want it. They understand it. So we’re gonna do something.” “A lot of it has to do with your governors, and the people that are leading your states, you know, they’re gonna be given free reign to do what they wanna do,” Trump said, before praising Iowa governor Kim Reynolds. The 45th President also accused Florida governor RonDeSantis of being a “disciple” of former House Speaker Paul Ryan, who President Trump called a “RINO loser.” “Ron was a disciple of Paul Ryan,” Trump stated as his supporters booed Ryan’s name. “Who is a RINO loser who currently is currently destroying Fox and would constantly vote against entitlements. He would just vote against them.” President Trump said Ryan was largely responsible for Romney’s failed 2012 presidential run. “Paul Ryan is a big reason that Mitt Romney, I’m not a big fan of Mitt Romney, lost his election. And to be honest with you, Ron reminds me a lot of Mitt Romney! So I don’t think you’re going to be doing so well here,” said President Trump. Spread the love

45th President Donald Trump participated in a live Q&A session with supporters during his pre-campaign rally in Iowa last night.

The first topic that Trump addressed was the issue of left-wing gender and race ideology being taught in public schools.

“As a member of Moms for Liberty, parental rights and education are top priorities,” an Iowa mother told Trump. “It seems like schools are becoming indoctrination camps, where they’re focused on sexualizing our children and it’s just not right.”

“How do we get back to the basics in the classroom, teaching reading, writing – ” the women asked.

“And arithmetic,” Trump said, finishing her sentence. The president went on to describe himself as a “voice of common sense.”

Trump continued, “And with education, almost in many ways easier than other things, we have to get back to common sense, and that is reading, writing, arithmetic. What they’re teaching in schools today is insane. And most people understand it, even the people that want it. They understand it. So we’re gonna do something.”

“A lot of it has to do with your governors, and the people that are leading your states, you know, they’re gonna be given free reign to do what they wanna do,” Trump said, before praising Iowa governor Kim Reynolds.

The 45th President also accused Florida governor RonDeSantis of being a “disciple” of former House Speaker Paul Ryan, who President Trump called a “RINO loser.”

“Ron was a disciple of Paul Ryan,” Trump stated as his supporters booed Ryan’s name. “Who is a RINO loser who currently is currently destroying Fox and would constantly vote against entitlements. He would just vote against them.”

President Trump said Ryan was largely responsible for Romney’s failed 2012 presidential run.

“Paul Ryan is a big reason that Mitt Romney, I’m not a big fan of Mitt Romney, lost his election. And to be honest with you, Ron reminds me a lot of Mitt Romney! So I don’t think you’re going to be doing so well here,” said President Trump.

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