Brainwashed Kids Attack City Over ‘Men At Work’ Construction Signs

A pair of brainwashed Indiana girls are on the attack because “Men at Work” construction signs in their city aren’t “inclusive” enough.

The privileged little white girls, Blair, 11, and her 9-year old sister, Brienne — come on… “Blair” and “Brienne”? Seriously — accosted the Carmel, Indiana, city council demanding that the signs be canceled, KHOU reported.

‘Why is this sign here? Why does it say, ‘men working’ when we’ve seen plenty of women doing construction?’” they asked the council members.

The girls claimed that the sign-styles are supposedly no longer valid.

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“We got on the computer and found how it was not supposed to be here anymore, and we went from there,” Blair said.

“We looked and found this has been against federal law since 1988,” Leslie said. “I was a kid when this law came about and now, here I am, a mom of kids and these signs are still here.”

Blair and Brienne decided to do something about it, sending letters to their local lawmakers.

“Women can do anything, and it’s not right to have it just say ‘men,’” Brienne said.

“When little girls see them, they might think, ‘oh, I can’t be a construction worker, but I want to,’ and seeing a little girl feel like that makes me sad,” Blair told the council.

“You may be thinking ‘well, I don’t really care,’” Brienne said. “But a little girl might want to do construction, and she will see the sign and think, ‘I can’t do construction because the sign says ‘men.’’”

“We felt like if we didn’t change it, nothing would happen,” Blair exclaimed.

Naturally, the city is falling all over itself to bend to the girls’ will.

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