School board really cracking down on parents, prohibiting them from criticizing specific board members
Tonight the Loudon County School Board in Virginia is having a meeting, and according to the agenda, more than 110 members of the public have signed up to speak:
Meanwhile, over at the Mankato Area Public Schools in Minnesota, the board is clamping down on what parents can say and when they’re allowed to say it. Criticism of specific board members or school officials is off-limits.
As Twitchy reported last week, Connecticut Senate Democrats shared a cartoon making it clear how they view parents:
We doubt this is the only school board that asks for speakers’ home addresses to ensure they’re actually in the school district. But the rest of these rules don’t seem very welcoming of public comment.
Cross-posted from Twitchy
Notes from the Editor
As I stated in the article, (ARE PARENTS A NATIONAL SECURITY THREAT?), the Biden administration is increasingly viewing parental opposition to woke indoctrination in schools as a threat to national security, the same way they look at terrorists abroad. The school boards, which are elected into the office from these very parents, feel emboldened enough to ignore the very parents who elected them.
But it goes much further than this, now the school board here and is following a trend; they are demanding over publically aired meetings that parents who are in the opposition give up their address so radical leftists know where they live.
We see the opening steps by the left and this administration in viewing parents as the enemy; they openly declare war on our right to demand that our children be taught the morals we want, rather than be brainwashed by the left.
The question is, how long are we, the parents, going to put up with this?
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