I'm sure they'll overrun our schools and their cultures will be more garbage that will be added to the radical leftist indoctrination. If it's not stopped soon, English will cease to be our native language as will core American values.Will all of the illegal immigrant children be going to public schools? That's a real question. Classrooms are already overcrowded.
(when they can go to school).
This nonsense would be a way to make room for those children.
Thank-you Patriot Act.If parents are threatening school board members with violence, then absolutely the police should be called. But it’s not a federal case. It doesn’t justify Garland announcing that the FBI would have “strategy sessions with law enforcement” and will announce new measures to respond.
“Attorney General Garland is weaponizing the DOJ by using the FBI to pursue concerned parents and silence them through intimidation. Florida will defend the free speech rights of its citizens and will not allow federal agents to squelch dissent.” – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
“Frankly, I don’t think we’ve ever seen anything like it in American history. … Are you aware of any time in American history when an attorney general has directed the FBI to begin to intervene in school board meetings — local school board meetings?” — Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.)
“Merrick Garland says he’s going to use the Justice Department to spy on parents at school board meetings.” — Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio)
“Who would have ever thought that you would have an American president make a decision to leave Americans behind in Afghanistan now directing the DOJ to try to silence parents and actually separate parents from what their children can do inside schools?” — House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.)
“Now the FBI is trying to silence parents. That’s wrong.” — Republican Virginia gubernatorial nominee Glenn Youngkin
Does this post mean that The Washington Post actually supports something the Democrats do?Washington Post ‘Fact Checkers’ Run Interference for Merrick Garland Over DOJ School Board ‘Threats’ Directive
The WaPo started out with the headline, “The false GOP claim that the Justice Dept. is spying on parents at school board meetings,” as though the DOJ would literally use the word “spying” in any memo they knew the public would be able to put eyes on.
WaPo “reporter” Salvador Rizzo wrote the “fact check” and started it off by listing the quotes from the GOP politicians who he then tried to debunk:
Commissioner meetings work the same way. It's pretty pointless.I have attended school Board meeting.
Here is how they work.
The school board decides what they wantto do. Then they have meeting and people speak.
Then the school board does what they want to, and tells those that spoke they had the opportunity to speak.
It's a joke.