Indoctrination – Washington Post uses kids to sing bash Trump song

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Just how low can the media go? Lower than even you thought. The Washington Post, publisher of ‘anonymous sources’ to try and derail the Trump agenda is now using kids to sing songs bashing Trump. These are grade school kids, who are under 10 years old.

Indoctrination – Washington Post uses kids to sing bash Trump song
Indoctrination - Washington Post uses kids to sing bash Trump song

The Post does not identify which school the video was filmed at, not does it say which school or schools the kids are from.

The Post published the 1:49 video, labeled “commentary”, on June 29 to its verified YouTube account and mentioned it in a June 30 column, The Daily 202, “The Daily 202 presents the world debut of the Washington Post Kids Chorus. Their first musical assignment had a political twist: the president’s tweets. From our video team:”

As of the morning of July 3 the video had garnered only 6,761 views and a few dozen comments. The comments were scathing against the Post for using children to mock President Trump.

“How about we leave 5 year olds out of politics? Anything else is borderline brainwashing. Let the kids decide for themselves what their political beliefs are.”

“No one else believes you so you have to trick children to push your narrative. This is just beyond wrong and twisted.”

“The Left have always used children as political props. They control the schools so they have ready access.”

“This is like North Korean propaganda. Let’s use our children. Washington Post was once great, but no more.”

There were also several comments slamming the Post that cited the Pizzagate conspiracy theory.

UPDATE: The video was produced by new Washington Post Video employee, Dave Jorgenson, who claimed credit, “After four days at @washingtonpost, I present you with content.”