"Boycott, petition, let the big business know / that if we mess it up here, there's no where else we can go."
Last week, we introduced you to an Earth Day song* that included those lyrics. And if the words aren't enough to raise your eyebrows, who was singing them should do it. The performers were a group of elementary school children.
After we published the initial clip, Glenn played it on radio. That's when a listener called in to say that she was the one who took the video and her daughter was one of the young children singing the song taught to them by teachers. That woman is Rachel from Tennessee, and her little daughter is 6-year-old Kyla.
Rachel and Kyla were Glenn's guests on radio today to talk about the song, how it transpired, and the school's refusal to remove it from the program. Rachel revealed that there were multiple parents upset by the song, and despite the administration's claim that the lyrics were sent home ahead of time, she said that wasn't the case.
In fact, Kyla even performed the anti-business, pro-global warming agenda song live. But the highlight of the segment was when Glenn asked if she'd been taught any other songs. Guess what, she had. It's called "Litter Bug," sung to the tune of Wham's "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go:"
*The original video clip has been removed by YouTube. We are working to replace it with a new version.