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Aug 22 2023

Criminalizing Speaking Up at School Board Meetings

In California, it won’t be necessary for Merrick Garland to sic the FBI on concerned parents who speak up at schoolboard meetings about the depraved state of affairs prevailing in public schools. State police we be well positioned to handle the job:

SB 596, introduced by State Sen. Anthony Portantino (D-Glendale), would expand an existing law that punishes those who cause “substantial disorder” in schools to include school board meetings as well.

The bill does not define “substantial,” which can be taken to mean “annoying to our liberal rulers.”

Once it sails through for Gavin Newsom’s signature, this will lighten the load for federal tyrants:

The Biden administration has already come under criticism for colluding with the National School Boards Association (NSBA) to produce a letter urging Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate parents who showed up at school board meetings as if they were domestic terrorists. Garland issued a directive to Department of Justice employees to monitor school board meetings.

Remember Scott Smith, who was manhandled by the police and demonized by the media for objecting to his 14-year-old daughter being sexually assaulted in the girls’ restroom by a boy wearing a skirt? There will be more like him until regular people learn to shut up and love their degenerate moonbat overlords.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.


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