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RE: LMPD officer sues city over suspension for marching in uniform...

October 20th, 2021 @ 10:19AM (8 months ago)

Pervert appears to be the correct term. I'm not so sure the recent CRT school controversy is entirely about CRT. The National School Board Association wrote a letter on Sept. 29 to Joe Biden asking protesting parents be classified as "domestic terrorism" and to have the PATRIOT Act deployed. Is it just a coincidence that the school boards called in the FBI to intimidate parents into silence shortly after parents started complaining about these schools concealing sexual assaults and pushing sexually explicit material on children?

https://www.dailywire.com/news/loudoun-county-schools-tried-to-conceal-sexual-assault-against-daughter-in-bathroom-father-says

On June 22, Scott Smith was arrested at a Loudoun County, Virginia, school board meeting, a meeting that was ultimately deemed an "unlawful assembly" after many attendees vocally opposed a policy on transgender students. What people did not know is that weeks prior on May 28, Smith says, a boy allegedly wearing a skirt entered a girls' bathroom at nearby Stone Bridge High School, where he sexually assaulted Smith's ninth-grade daughter. As a result of the viral video showing his arrest, Smith became the poster child for what the National School Boards Association suggested is domestic terrorism.

https://www.christianpost.com/news/mom-blasts-school-board-for-allowing-books-promoting-pedophilia-in-schools.html

September 9: "After seeing a September 9 school board meeting in Texas on pornography in the schools, I decided to check the titles at my child's school, Fairfax High School." Langton held up the two books singled out at the Texas school board meeting that are also available in several public high schools in Fairfax County. She said that "both of these books include pedophilia, [and] sex between men and boys."

https://fox59.com/news/education/carmel-parents-outraged-over-sexually-explicit-content-found-in-books-available-to-students/

July 29: Upset parents spoke out at Carmel Clay School Board Meeting about several books offered at school libraries that feature explicit content. "If I were to read it to you, you wouldn't be able to air it because it would be against FCC obscenity laws," said Alvin Lui, a Carmel parent in attendance Monday. "Everyone was uncomfortable, and these are adults."

Let's Go Brandon!