The California Teachers Association has pulled a controversial class warfare “educational” video for children from YouTube and its own website after encountering stiff criticism from Fox News and the conservative blogosphere.
The wildly inaccurate video — narrated by the openly socialistic Hollywood actor Ed Asner — purported to show children in an animated fairy tale how the current recession happened, blaming it on the top one percent for their piles of money falling on the poor people's houses. (There's a great rebuttal by Lee Doren over at the Daily Caller here.) Ed Asner is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America. The video also shows the rich urinating on poor people, a scene that drew the most ire from critics of the video.
The video's explanation of the economic crash is as comical as it is false:
Meanwhile, the rich people's money piled higher and higher. But after a while, it was piled too high. One day the money fell down with a big crash, down right on the houses of millions of ordinary people. It broke their houses. Read more at the New American