California’s public schools have served as movie theaters for the wife of California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), allegedly funded at least in part by the American taxpayer.
As a new report by the Illinois-based transparency watchdog OpenTheBooks.com found, Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s nonprofit, the Representation Project, has taken in nearly $1.5 million playing four films she has either written or directed.
Tax documents indicate the organization has a strong political agenda, given that they write it is “committed to building a thriving and inclusive society through films, education, and social activism.”
It is believed that the American taxpayer was forced into putting the money up for much of the movie screenings, two of which highlight Mrs. Newsom and her husband, according to Blaze Media.
Adam Andrzejewski, founder and CEO of OpenTheBooks.com, has spoken on this topic, saying, “The Representation Project not only solicits donors from big-money political supporters of Gavin Newsom, but also receives public tax dollars through schools to create a new generation of supporters and activists in the state’s—and country’s—schoolchildren.”
The nonprofit openly tows a leftist line, pledging to “fight sexism” with the use of “films, education, research, and activism.”
The group has suggested that a mob mentality paired with “social activism” is used to force content creators into bowing down to their opinions on sex, race, and other issues.
“Miss Representation” is one of the four films the nonprofit has handed out to schools throughout California and the United States alike.
The film asserts at the beginning that “boys learn that their success is tired [sic] to dominance, power, and aggression,” whereas girls are taught to think that their “value lies in their youth, beauty, and sexuality and not in their capacity as leaders.”
Fox News show host Laura Ingraham featured the movie on her own show, pointing out that Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s works are “replete with porn and radical gender ideology” and shown to children in middle school.
This one is personal for me
Laura attacked the documentary Miss Representation, a film that explores and condemns sexualization of women and girls in media, and labeled it as pornography
— helena hind (@cynicalzoomer) January 24, 2023
A 2011-2021 impact report released by Newsom’s organization revealed that four of its films had been screened for more than 2.6 million U.S. children in over 5,000 schools. The group additionally stated that schools are required to pay between $49 and $599 to show kids these movies.