Some liberal public school teachers think they're God -- Goddess, to be more politically correct.

Once they get their greedy liberal hands on a child, their control freak nature takes over and the liberal thought molding process begins.

Nothing old-school goes unchallenged and debunked -- not even good old-fashioned chocolate milk.

A mother of six children has discovered just how badly some teachers will try to usurp the parental role when her 5-year-old son was forbidden to drink chocolate milk during morning recess.

The teacher said it wasn't healthy for him.

“So I said to the teacher, really?" n, the mom, said on The Queen Sesh radio show. "The options are that or juice and because he can’t have any bread or anything substantial. I give him the milk to line his tummy a bit because he’s probably hungry."

According to, a one-ounce serving of chocolate milk contains 151 calories (76 from fat), 8.4 grams of total fat, 4 grams of saturated fat (20 percent daily allowance), 7 milligrams of cholesterol (2 percent daily allowance), 22 milligrams of sodium, 1 gram of dietary fiber, 14.6 grams of sugar, 2.2 grams of protein, 53.6 grams of calcium, and 105.5 milligrams of potassium.

This is not exactly what you would call an unhealthy snack. Many schools offer vending machines that are chock full of candy bars and other good stuff.

Hall, 33, said she had to go through "awkward" lectures from her son's teachers about healthy nutrition and sending her son to school with the "worst breakfast ever," according to a Mirror report.

“There are other mothers who can’t even afford to do lunch orders and then for them to get shamed about what they’re giving their kid for recess, I just don’t like it,” Hall said.

Who can blame Hall for being upset considering the intellectual garbage students are being fed in the public schools -- which are more accurately described as indoctrination centers -- these days?

It's all about power and control. At the end of the day, it's making sure Johnny is sent home an even better liberal than he was the day before.

Do you think teachers should have the right to prohibit pupils from consuming the food their parents give them for school breaks?

Source: Fox 35 Orlando

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