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Canadian teachers forced to attend ‘LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP’ training session

Tucker Carlson drops some red pill logic on Canadian liberal.

A Canadian school board took a progressive step by having teachers participate in extensive inclusiveness training.

The title of the training for the teachers is “LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP”…which has many confused as to what exactly everything stands for in this new gender fluid “reality”.

Tucker Carlson’s liberal Canadian guest has no idea what the terms mean, but is more than willing to have teachers attend a training session on those terms…because feelings are much more important than logic and science.

Tucker proceeds to dismantle his liberal utopia with relative ease, asking simple, straightforward questions, such as..

“Defining the terms is the first step to understanding them, and then accepting them.”

Perplexed by Tucker’s statement, the Canadian liberal proclaims that it does not matter what the terms mean, as long as people are happy and society “inclusive.”

Tucker’s reply…

“Why do you think it’s a good thing if you don’t know what it is?”

“You can hand me a box and my answer would be, what’s in it?”

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