Someone is right and someone is wrong. There are wrong beliefs and right beliefs, and frankly it's bad parenting and an abortion of logic and common sense to tell your kids, "I don't know the truth, nobody knows the truth, so go and pick which truth you like best."
Do you know what happens then? People with no foundation go with what's easiest to believe. Do you know what's easy to believe? Shallow, empty ideas like progressivism and state-worship.
You would not believe how many times, as a kid, I fell for liberal nonsense and my parents had to spell out why it was nonsense. Went through a phase, even, where I thought manmade global warming was real (thankfully that ended quickly).
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