Former NFL Player: ‘We Gotta Get God Back In Our Schools’ To Solve Racial, Economic Divide

A former NFL player is sounding the alarm about the indoctrination of children in schools.

During an interview with The Daily Wire, Jack Brewer argued the solution is to address how children are being raised at home and educated at school.

His solution is simple: get God back in schools because it will help “solve racial and economic” divides.


“Back in 2016, when Kaepernick started kneeling, I said there is something we gotta do to bring law enforcement and community and sports to be that vehicle,” Brewer told The Daily Wire.

“And so we started that program and partnered with a number of police athletic leagues around the country to kind of bridge that gap. And I served for a couple of years as the spokesman for the police athletic league,” he added.

“And as that grew and things didn’t necessarily get better around us with these relations, I just wanted to do more,” Brewer continued.

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He continued: “I started to do a lot of teaching and we started programs in partnership with the Fordham Gabelli School of Business, and now with Liberty University. I started teaching professional athletes and I started teaching in the prisons, and I just noticed that one thing that was keeping us divided was that access to education.”

“Not just sports, not just the community building, and to actually start doing something about this crazy educational gap that we have that’s leaving these inner-city kids reading and math proficiency levels lower than third world countries,” Brewer said.

“As of this year, (I’m) proud to announce we’re going to be opening up our first ‘Serving Institute,’ which will offer a private school faith-based curriculum, that we partner with Liberty university on — and also our sports programs and our value building programs, our etiquette programs, our grammar programs — to really try to give the kids access to the education that unfortunately, most public schools are just not delivering. And we also have intervention training. So we’re doing assessments on all our kids and doing extra work throughout the summer to help them get their reading and math proficiency levels up.”

“And then we’re teaching them how to be gentlemen, teaching them how to be servant leaders. That’s why we’re called the ‘Serving Institute.’ Every kid will be required to serve his community, feeding those that are less fortunate — even if they themselves are less fortunate — we’re going to take them to go do our serving projects. We’re going to continue our sports equipment drives that we do around the globe with these kids and teach them that through service, they can also empower themselves while they’re empowering their communities, and it’s going to be faith-based and we’re excited.”

“We gotta get God back in our schools. I’m a believer in that,” Brewer said.



“And most importantly, we gotta get discipline back in our schools because when you’re raised in discipline, then you demand discipline from other people as well. And right now we’ve gotten so free — when they pulled the paddles out of the schools in the mid-eighties — that’s where this all started. I say it all the time, some kids need the paddle. They need that, that fear of authority being able to tell them what’s right or wrong. That’s why you see people disrespecting cops like they do now,” Brewer continued.

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“Well, none of that’s going to go down in my school. I can’t paddle them, but I’m going to do everything except for that. If you do anything that’s disrespectful, speak disrespectfully, if you don’t show the highest level of discipline,” he said.

He concluded: “I will physically exert you as your punishment so that you understand that you have to be held accountable. We need the fear of God back in our schools, and we need our parents to start being parents again and not friends.”