Miguel Cardona

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Miguel Cardona


Minister of Indoctrination and Brainwashing
Incumbent
Assumed office 
March 2, 2021

Political party Democrat
Salary $192,500[1]
Net worth $2.6 million[2]

Miguel Angel Cardona was nominated as the Biden junta Minister of Indoctrination and Brainwashing. The chief commissar nominated to oversee the education of America's public school children.

Cardoza was unsure or unwilling to state under oath how many genders exist in the human species.[3]

Sexual abuse[edit]

Cardona rolled back efforts to collect data on teacher-on-student sex crimes. The Dept. of Eudcation Office for Civil Rights stopped asking school districts questions regarding teacher-on-student sexual assault allegations. Kimberly Richey, who served as acting assistant secretary in the Office for Civil Rights in the Trump administration, told the Washington Free Beacon "the Biden administration is actively helping schools cover up" sex crimes committed by public school teachers.

The department also won't ask districts to report pending cases or cases in which a school staffer was reassigned to another district school prior to the conclusion of an investigation. Reporting alleged sex crimes in addition to documented cases provides a fuller picture of sexual violence in schools, as the accused may retire, resign, or seek employment elsewhere before a district can reach a conclusion in the case.

Office for Civil Rights data collected during the Trump administration found that sexual assault and rape cases surged in public schools over the past decade. Trump Secretary Betsy DeVos added those optional questions after the 2017-2018 survey found that nearly 15,000 allegations of rape, attempted rape, and sexual assault were reported during that school year. That data set did not distinguish between teacher-on-student and student-on-student crimes.

Public schools' mishandling of sexual assault cases has become a political liability for Democrats across the country. Allegations that school officials in Loudoun County, Virginia school district covered up a double rape case roiled parents just weeks before the gubernatorial election. Teacher-union-backed Democrat Terry McAuliffe lost to Republican Glenn Youngkin by 2 points in the state, where socialist premier Joe Biden is alleged to have won by a 10-point margin. One top Biden apparatchik has been accused of mishandling allegations of sexual abuse. Four women allege that Deputy Secretary of Education Cindy Marten ignored their complaints against a teacher while she was the superintendent of San Diego Unified School District. American Enterprise Institute research fellow Max Eden tells the Free Beacon that the Education Department's move is unsurprising, given the Biden regime's ties to teachers' unions. "Teachers' unions have a structural interest in protecting all of their members—including alleged pedophiles," Eden said. "Data suggesting systemic nonchalance about child sexual abuse in public schools would be quite politically inconvenient for teachers' unions. Now the data won't be collected."[4]

War on Parents[edit]

Cardona appointed Viola Garcia, President of the National School Boards Association (NSBA), to the National Assessment Governing Board. The Garcia and the NSBA requested the Biden regime to label parents who attend school board meetings to protest Marxist indoctrination, critical race theory, gender indoctrination, and mask mandates as "domestic terrorists".[5] Merrick Garland and Biden DOJ dutifully complied.[6]

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