The National School Boards Association liaised with the White House and Justice Department before writing to Joe Biden, it emerged, with their vile letter complaining that threats made by parents against board members should be taken as severely as domestic terrorism.
The NSBA, in an internal memo sent on October 12, revealed that they’d held talks with White House officials before sending the letter. The association represents more than 90,000 school board members in 14,000 public school districts.
The memo, obtained by Fox News, states that, on September 14, members of a liaison group were notified there’d been a meeting with White House personnel and that the NSBA was planning to assign a letter to the President.
On September 17, executive directors for states were told by the interim Executive Director that a letter asking for federal assistance would be sent.
On September 29, the letter was sent to Joe Biden asking for federal assistance to investigate and prevent threats made over school policies such as curriculum, gendered bathrooms, and mask mandates.
The letter was sent after a combustible summer, which saw school board meetings becoming scenes of at times extreme unrest.
Loudoun County in Virginia became the epicentre of outrage, with people being detained after a showdown in June.
The NBSA wrote in the letter that those acts of hostility, violence, and threats against public school officials had increased and that the classification of those malicious actions could be the equivalent of a kind of domestic terrorism and hate crimes.
According to another email acquired by Fox, Viola Garcia, president of the NBSA, who wrote the letter, had altered the text to satisfy the White House, and according to an email from Chip Slaven, she worked with him, and the White House team for weeks.
Chip Slaven wrote to the NSBA board of directors, and in talks over several weeks with White House personnel, they requested further information on some of the specific threats, so the letters also mentioned many of the incidents that had been happening.
The attorney general, Merrick Garland, responded on October 4, showing concern at an uptick in harassment, intimidation and threats of brutality against school board members, teachers and workers in our nation’s public schools, and he wrote that threats against public servants were not only illegal, but they ran counter to the nation’s core values.
And he said that those who give their time and service to ensuring that children get a decent education in a safe environment deserve to be able to do their job without fear for their safety.
The entire government is a Marxist sham and they need to be removed from power as quickly as possible, and those political educational organisations that profess to be working for the betterment of children are influencing them with groupthink
and need to be disbanded immediately, and it’s very scary times in the US, and it seems that if you’re not up there with their political beliefs then you’re an enemy of the state, and if you’ve not noticed folks, they’re after your children.
Schools have been blindsided by the pushback and they’ve spent the last couple of decades believing that it takes a village and the children belong to the community, not the parents, and children are being used like guinea pigs and all good Americans are paying for this.
People thought that communism would never come to America, well here it is and it’s coming for you all!