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Media literacy would be required for California K-12 students under new bill

Original post made on Jun 17, 2023

Recognizing fake news, being savvy about social media and resisting cyberbullying would be a required part of California school curriculum under a bill now making its way through the Legislature.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Tuesday, June 13, 2023, 8:16 PM

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Posted by Mike Arata
a resident of Danville
on Jun 17, 2023 at 12:35 am

Mike Arata is a registered user.

In California public schools, unfortunately, “media literacy” will mean acceptance of double standards — i.e., the selective misreporting, under-reporting, and outright omissions of unfavored stories which drive “mainstream” print and electronic media, from the Washington Post and New York Times (and East Bay Times feeds of New York Times deceits) to CNN, MSNBC, NPR, ABC, CBS, and NBC.

So for some, the Biden-family corruption exposed on Hunter Biden’s laptop will forever have “all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.” Joe Biden’s withholding of a billion dollars from Ukraine pending the firing of an investigator in the Burisma scandal will never have had anything to do with Hunter’s self-enrichments from Burisma.

The Biden and Clinton families will continue to get away with all or most of their own actual and very lucrative Chinese and Russian entanglements — the millions in unexplained income, and sometimes campaign contributions, from such sources.

Those who resist critical race theory, and/or who criticize transgender insistence on inapposite pronouns and additional intrusions of transgender ideology in K-5 grade schools will continue to be called haters and “extremists,” a 180-degree inversion of reality.

For example: the disgraced, deceitful Southern Poverty Law Center ( Web Link ) and its “Learning for Justice” (aka “Teaching Tolerance”) subset, a common source for overtly racist critical race theory propaganda and LGBTQ brainwashing that is popular in schools, presented a seminar in April entitled “Against Hate: Media Literacy and Other Tools for Combatting Extremism.”

SPLC will likely become a primary source for “media literacy.”

Those interested in the truth about the “media literacy” push can learn more at
Web Link .

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