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The state school board associations of Virginia and Louisiana have blasted the FBI for monitoring parents expressing their concerns to local school boards.  The also blasted the National School Board Association for its letter asking the FBI to get involved, saying they were not consulted on that letter by the national body.

The Louisiana School Board Association declared that the NSBA and FBI action "fails to align with the standards of good governance, and it discourages active participation in the governance process."


Sadly, NC's school board association is in league with the totalitarians who want to suppress parent involvement.  Local school boards should quit their membership.  It is good to see some school boards standing up to totalitarianism.  Parents have a lot of work to do around the country to get school boards to listen to parents instead of work education bureaucrats and left wing teachers unions.

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( October 12th, 2021 @ 10:02 am )
The back story on the "poster boy" for the alleged threats to school boards is a chilling tale, but not against him. It was on Glenn Beck's radio program this morning. This was the guy hauled out of the Loudon County School Board in handcuffs.

What happened was his daughter had been raped in a school bathroom by a boy who sometimes wore a dress to school and said he was "transgender". When he went to the school, the school personnel called the police on HIM not the rapist. He went to the hospital with his daughter, got the rape kit done which substantiated the rape. However, the school system went into full cover up mode. He attended the school board meeting, was at the microphone about to blow the whistle on what happened to his daughter due to their insane bathroom policies when a leftwing activist came up and made a derogatory statement about his daughter. As many parents would in that situation, he went off on the leftwing activist. That gave the rotten school board an opportunity to have him hauled out in handcuffs and spread that all over the media.

ANY school board that allows boys in the girls bathrooms or shower rooms is putting girls in danger. Such school boards need to be voted out of office. And the pro-pedophile Biden regime needs to be thrown out of office.

It is also telling that the leader of the campaign that got Mecklenburg County, NC to adopt the bathroom ordinance requiring letting men in womens restrooms was himself a convicted child molester.

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