Teachers at John Muir Elementary School in Seattle are planning something special for Friday. On that day, the teachers have agreed to all wear special T-shirts they designed that say: “Black Lives Matter, We Stand Together,” along with the school’s name.

“To be silent would be almost unforgiveable, and I think we have been silent for almost too long,” said third-grade teacher Marjorie Lamarre.

According to the local news, another teacher – Jennifer Whitney – thinks the shirts will help students talk about the issues facing black men and women in America:

Whitney wants to start conversations about race, and why they see people of color dealing with incarceration rates that are too high and college graduation rates that are too low.

“It is part of the oppression, the systemic oppression that continues on,” said Whitney.

Yes, this is exactly what our nation’s third graders need to be taught: the evils of the “systemic oppression” that keep American blacks down. This is unquestionably the best way to raise up tomorrow’s civic leaders. Teach them that they live in a horrible country that locks black people up for no reason, shoots them with legal immunity, and (somehow) prevents them from graduating from college. Oh, and don’t you go looking for proof, neither, you little rascals!

Because, of course, the foundation of Black Lives Matter is essentially: If it’s happening, it’s happening because of white racism.

But is it happening?

This summer, Harvard professor Roland Fryer authored a study that examined more than 1,000 police shootings in Texas, Florida, and California. To his surprise, the study proved that when it came to these shootings, there was no evidence whatsoever linking fatality rates to racial bias.

This study, all by itself, should have meant the end of Black Lives Matter, seeing as how it invalidated the core structure of their entire argument.

But of course, it had no effect at all. What power does a boring study have in the face of an exciting cell phone video?

This entire movement is a sham that needs to be exposed. Too many ignorant but well-meaning people have been suckered into this nonsense, unaware of how radical and insane the Black Lives Matter organization really is.

Will the teachers at John Muir Elementary share tidbits of BLM wisdom like this with their students?

Black queer and trans folks bear a unique burden from a hetero-patriarchal society that disposes of us like garbage and simultaneously fetishizes us and profits off of us, and that is state violence.

Uh-huh, that sounds like something that’s definitely happening.

Or what about this:

Black folks living with disabilities and different abilities bear the burden of state sponsored Darwinian experiments that attempt to squeeze us into boxes of normality defined by white supremacy, and that is state violence.

No, they probably won’t recite these and other bizarre BLM claims, seeing as they likely don’t know they exist. But maybe before these teachers start indoctrinating K-5 students into a radical organization, they should take a few minutes to familiarize themselves with exactly what they’re promoting.