The NSBA wants the DHS, FBI, Secret Service, and Department of Education to investigate people who show up at school board meetings
(Tom Pappert) The National School Board Association recently sent a letter to the Biden White House imploring the president to take action against large numbers of parents across the country who continue to confront school board members over Critical Race Theory, mask and vaccine mandates, and in some cases, sexually depraved curriculum.
In a little publicized September 29 letter addressed to Joe Biden, the National School Boards Association (NSBA) says public school teachers “are under immediate threat” and asks for “immediate assistance” to protect students and teachers from “physical violence” at the hands of domestic terrorists who take the form of concerned parents.
Immediately after, the NSBA begins focusing largely on supposed threats against school board members, notes that school mask mandates created across the country coupled with physical threats posed by “propaganda purporting the false inclusion of critical race theory within classroom instruction” have made school boards very unpopular. In the letter, the NSBA falsely claims Critical Race Theory is a “complex law school and graduate school.”
The school board association boasts of its “more than 90,000 school board members who govern our country’s 14,000 local public school districts educating more than 50 million schoolchildren,” then asks Biden to instruct federal law enforcement to begin investigating individuals who attend school board meetings.
Noting that local law enforcement is “working with public school officials in several communities,” the the association “respectfully asks” for a “joint collaboration among federal law enforcement agencies” to address “these threats.” Specifically, the NSBA names the FBI, DHS, Secret Service, and National Threat Assessment Center to begin investigating the people who show up at school board meetings.
The association suggests those involved “could be” guilty of “domestic terrorism.” And as such, it also merits investigation from the the Departments of Justice and Education. The NSBA says such a development would merit even more help from the DHS and FBI, and suggests a “review” should “examine appropriate enforceable actions” using the PATRIOT Act.
The NSBA also suggests prosecution could cite “the Gun-Free School Zones Act, Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, the Violent Interference with Federally Protected Rights statute, the Conspiracy Against Rights statute,” or a presidential executive order.
At one school board meeting in Virginia, where the NSBA is based, parents brought proof of homosexual pornography used in public schools and confronted the school board members. The school board members recoiled from the imagery and, ironically, complained that children were in the audience. Regardless, Democrat gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe says he will defend educators from upset parents, and suggests that parents have no right to determine what their children learn.
There is evidence the Biden regime may already sympathize with the school board members. This week, Biden’s Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, dodged a question regarding whether or not parents should decide what their kids will be taught in public schools. When asked if parents should be the “primary stakeholder” when it comes to determining the education of children, Cardona said parents are “important” but added, “I also believe educators have a role in determining educational programming.”