For months now, NBC News has been assailing the concerned parents of Southlake, Texas because they’ve been standing up to the tide of Critical Race Theory being crammed down the throats of their children. On Thursday, the news was different. Get the latest detailsLoudoun County’s already scandalous high school rapes tale NBC Nightly NewsThey continued to attack the liberal community, which has been fed up with their propaganda. To make parents support the Holocaust, they even made audio deceptively edits.
Continuing their smears suggesting the town was made up of rabid racists looking to drive minorities out of their community, anchor Lester “fairness is overrated” Holt chided the town for being the “The center of an uproar over diversity and inclusion. New outrage is being sparked by secretly recorded remarks from top administrators about Holocaust books.”
That’s right, NBC wanted to claim the town was now either made up of Holocaust deniers or Nazi sympathizers.
“The district already in the spotlight after parents clashed over its diversity plan,” declared correspondent Antonia Hylton without any context. “Now facing new pushback over which books are allowed in their libraries. With some teachers placing caution tape over bookshelves, calling the move censorship.”
She failed to mention that concerned parents had swept the radical race baiters out of the school board in an election and took their place earlier this year. And it’s worth noting that at no point in this series has the network objectively sat down to speak with and show the side of those concerned parents. NBC has largely attacked their character.
Hylton huffed about a parent who opposed an “anti-racism” book (aka CRT propaganda) being given to her child. “The district sent educators new guidance to vet all books, instructing them to not allow singular perspectives that could be ‘considered offensive,’” she whined. “This coming after Texas passed a law banning the teaching of concepts that could make individuals feel ‘guilt or anguish’ due to their race.”
As part of this training, they were told to balance perspectives. And this is when the edited audio came into play:
HYLTON: The director of curriculum, Gina Peddy offers an example for teachers: balance books about the Holocaust with an opposing view.
PEDDY: Make sure that if you have a book on the Holocaust, make sure that you have one that has other perspectives
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: How do you oppose the Holocaust?
HYLTON: Gina Peddy did not respond to messages requesting comment.
Notice where NBC and Hylton decided to cut off the audio. In a more complete, but still highly-edited version on their website, Peddy responds by saying “believe me, that’s come up.” But who’s bringing that up? The audio ended without an answer but it seemed as though it was a question brought up in an attempt to sink opposition to critical race theory.
Earlier this year, NewsBusters has caught NBC deceptively editing 911 audio to make a police officer look like a murderer.
Hylton also spoke with two teachers, whose identities they obscured, who claimed the school district was trying to shut down libraries and lashed out at parents (Click “expand”):
HYLTON: The district says they have not told teachers to ban books, to completely shut down libraries. What are you seeing?
UNIDENTIFIED TEACHER 2: That’s a lie. That is a flat-out lie. How could you even make that statement?
HYLTON: What do you think is at stake here?
UNIDENTIFIED TEACHER 1: In books, children see what the world can be, and to have that taken away because we’re afraid of a few parents getting upset about a word or two or an idea that they’ve imagined in a book is unthinkable
NBC spent three minutes and 12 seconds on this nonsense, meanwhile, they were ignoring new evidence that the radically liberal Loudoun County School Board was breaking the law by not recording sexual assaults.
According to Daily Wire investigative reporter Luke Rosiak, “Loudoun County Public Schools did not record multiple known incidents of alleged sexual assault in schools dating back several years, despite a law that requires statistics about school safety incidents to be reported to the public and which includes provisions holding school superintendents personally liable for violations, a Daily Wire review of public records found.”
And while they weren’t reporting sexual assaults that happened on their campuses, the district did report on how they needed to call the cops on the father of a victim who was upset with the school over the incident.
That report came two days after Rosiak blew the lid off of how the school board tried to cover up the rape of a 14-year-old girl by a “gender-fluid” boy in a skirt in order to pass a transgendered bathroom policy.
In addition to NBC’s omission of the Loudoun County school rapes, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, and the Spanish-language networks Telemundo and Univision were continuing their blackout.
NBC’s vile smears of parents opposed to the poison of Critical Race Theory and their omission of the Loudoun County rapes were made possible because lucrative sponsorships from Dawn and Liberty Mutual. Their contact information is linked so you can tell them about the biased news they fund.
The transcript is below, click “expand” to read:
NBC Nightly News
October 14, 2021
7:14:27 p.m. Eastern
LESTER HOLT: Now, to our NBC News exclusive, the new report in our series on a Texas school district at the center of a firestorm over diversity and inclusion efforts. Now, secretly recorded comments from a top administrator about books on the Holocaust are sparking new outrage. Antonia Hylton takes us back to Southlake.
[Cuts to video]
ANTONIA HYLTON: Wes Frierson, a parent of two daughters in Southlake is uncertain about his kid’s education.
WES FRIERSON: With, some of the local politics right now, I’m not sure that the teachers feel supported.
HYLTON: After parents clash over the district’s diversity plan, it is now in the limelight. There is a new debate about which books can be placed in libraries. Some teachers have placed caution tape on bookshelves to stop them from falling prey to censorship.. It all started when a fourth grade teacher was reprimanded after a parent complained about her having a book about anti-racism.
FRIORSON: I couldn’t believe it. She’s the kind of teacher that we would hope the district would be trying to attract.
HYLTON: The district sent educators new guidance to vet all books, instructing them to not allow singular perspectives that could be “considered offensive.” This coming after Texas passed a law banning the teaching of concepts that could make individuals feel “guilt or anguish” due to their race.
NBC News obtained exclusive, secretly obtained audio of a school training.
GINA PEDDY: We are in the middle of a political mess.
HYLTON: The director of curriculum, Gina Peddy offers an example for teacher: balance books about the Holocaust with an opposing view.
PEDDY: If you own a Holocaust book, ensure that it has multiple perspectives.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: What are your options to resist the Holocaust?
HYLTON. Gina Peddy has not responded to any messages seeking comment. I met with two concerned teachers in Southlake. We obscured their identities because they feared speaking out could cost them their jobs.
UNIDENTIFIED TEACHER 1: I was in such shock when I heard these words.
UNIDENTIFIED TEACHER 2: We felt this was necessary because we felt like no one was going to listen until a teacher spoke up.
HYLTON: And it’s not just in Southlake. Across the country, educators are facing new policies restricting how they can educate students about race from Tennessee to Pennsylvania. Southlake School District told NBC News they were helping teachers comply with Texas law and the “district has not and will not mandate books being moved.”
The district says they have not told teachers to ban books, to completely shut down libraries. How are you seeing it?
UNIDENTIFIED TEACHER #2: It’s a liar. This is flat out a lie. You could not even say that.
HYLTON – What are you thinking?
UNIDENTIFIED TEACHER 1: In books, children see what the world can beAnd to have that taken away because we’re afraid of a few parents getting upset about a word or two or an idea that they’ve imagined in a book is unthinkableYou can contact them at.
HYLTON – Wes Frierson claims that his daughters can see the truth.
HYLTON. But parents are hopeful that public schools will be able to be governed by politics. Antonia Hylton, NBC News Southlake.