Democrat Teachers’ Union President Delivers Hilariously Unhinged Rant that Has Many Questioning Whether She Should Be in Charge

National Education Association President Becky Pringle delivered one of the most bizarre and hilarious speeches that you’ll ever see, proving that the left’s emotion-led thinking render them incapable of deploying basic logic.

Pringle is a far-left Democrat who was also an adviser to then-President Obama. Now though, she leads the nation’s largest teacher’s union with more than three-million members.

Speaking at the union’s annual assembly in Philadelphia, Pringle got up on stage and to shout nonsensical things at the audience while flailing her hands around, apparently taking inspiration from Vice President Kamala Harris who has built up quite the reputation of delivering the most substance-less speeches.

Keep going, NEA, to preserve our democracy! We must win all the things,” Pringle screeched while smacking the podium and waving her hands about.

Nobody knew what on earth the insane Democrat was talking about by demanding that they win “all the things,” she only left people more confused as she doubled down.

 “Our students are depending on us to win all the things,” she continued, while continuing to chant, “All the things! All the things! All the things!”

We are the NEA!” she shrieked repeatedly..

THESE are the kinds of people that ascend to the upper echelons of the Democratic party. In fact, Pringle has visited the White House more than 20 times since 2021. Visitor logs show she met with aides to the First Lady at least twice and has donated twice to Joe Biden reelection campaigns.

Social media users quickly pointed out that Pringle seemed to display the same speaking style as The Office’s Dwight Schrute in a speech which was comedically modeled after the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.

To truly understand how insane Pringle’s speech was, watch the video below.

P.S. It’s worse than you think.


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