Fox News host Eric Bolling on Wednesday accused some schools of "pushing the liberal agenda" for teaching an algebra lesson about the distributive property.
During a segment about "indoctrination in schools," Bolling reminded viewers of a 2009 video of children chanting, "Mmm. Mmm. Mmm. Barack Hussein Obama," which outraged conservatives at the time.
"But even worse is the way some textbooks are pushing the liberal agenda," the Fox News host explained, pointing to an algebra worksheet that Scholastic says gives students "[i]nsight into the distributive property as it applies to multiplication."
"Distribute the wealth!" Bolling exclaimed, reading the worksheet. "Distribute the wealth with the lovely rich girl with a big ole bag of money, handing some money out."
Co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle explained that the algebra worksheet had put her on "high alert" for the liberal agenda in her 6-year-old son's curriculum.
"Barack Hussein Obama. Mmm. Mmm. Mmm," Guilfoyle added to mock the so-called indoctrination video.
Co-host Dana Perino also expressed concern over an effort to stop children from role playing "cowboys and Indians" at Thanksgiving because experts say that "the historic enemy of Indians was not cowboys, but the U.S. government."
"So it starts in third grade and guess what happens?" Bolling remarked. "Through their whole educational experience, they continually get indoctrinated, even through college."
"Everybody has anecdotal evidence of this," co-host Greg Gutfeld agreed. "I think the only way leftism can survive is through indoctrination because its number one adversary is reality. So you got to get them young and it's perfect for kids. Paul Krugman's logic is child's play: Share your stuff... A lot of this comes from the teachers. They get their news from The Huffington Post and their antiperspirant from a health food store. This is the way they live."
Bolling advised parents to read their children's history books because his son's textbook addressed the Iraq war "and they were very, very liberally biased, saying George Bush went in there because he heard there were weapons of mass destruction and they were never found. It was a very liberal bias to the history books."
"There are science teachers that if they hear that if a student is questioning, like, any kind of climate change thing, they just, like, think you're an idiot," Gutfeld observed.
"You guys just gave two examples of things that are right," left-leaning co-host Bob Beckel quipped.
(h/t: Media Matters)