So What Happened in Scottsdale?

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So what’s with school boards lately?

In Scottsdale, AZ, last night, the school board president refused a request to resign, so the board stripped him of his title and gave it to someone else (https://www.thecentersquare.com/arizona/scottsdale-school-board-president-stripped-of-title-refuses-to-resign/article_916a5450-468f-11ec-8464-5b102402190f.html). He left the meeting without answering questions from reporters.

Jann-Michael Greenberg was removed as president of the board for the Scottsdale Unified School District because he and his father collected private information about parents who didn’t like the board’s policies. They made this information publicly accessible–parents’ Social Security numbers, divorce proceedings, finances, even family trees. They even hired private detectives to collect some of this private information.

Publicizing someone’s Social Security number would leave them open to identity theft and many other crimes. Consequently, the Scottsdale Police have made the Greenbergs’ activities the subject of a criminal investigation.

Greenberg first blamed the whole business on his father. Last night he blamed it on “bad actors.” No one believed him. Patty Beckman is the new school board president.

It seems the sticking point here was the board’s insistence on “mask mandates” for all  school children, despite opposition from some parents. Parents were also unhappy with “Critical Race Theory” (“All white people are no-good evil racists and everything wrong with America is their fault!”) being, er, “taught” to their children. Apparently the Greenbergs thought a little intimidation was in order.

Some of the parents would like the other school board members to resign, too. The Greenbergs compiled dossiers on some 50 parents. The other members knew about it but did nothing, some parents say.

Are we “transitioning” from being self-governing citizens of a constitutional republic to abject, downtrodden subjects of a tyrannical government accountable to no authority on earth?

We are going to have to fight for and win our freedom all over again. And this time without George Washington.

We’ve been warning you about “public education” for years–who listened?

Now they’re publishing your Social Security numbers. Had enough yet?

Pull your kids out of public education and let it die.

‘You’re Out!’ (Scottsdale, AZ, School Board President)

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School boards don’t seem to be as popular as they used to be!

Remember when your local school board members were your friends and neighbors, serving the community? Hah.

The president of the school board for the Scottsdale, AZ, Unified School District, will be called upon to resign at a special meeting tonight and the board will elect another president in his place (https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/11/az-scottsdale-unified-school-district-hold-special-meeting-elect-new-board-president-creepy-parent-dossier-discovered/).

Why?

You might not believe this, but Board President Jann-Michael Greenberg–and his father!–stalked parents critical of the board’s actions and policies, collected private information on them, and made it publicly accessible: parents’ Social Security numbers, divorce proceedings, financial records, and even family trees. Dossiers were compiled on some 50 parents.

Greenberg blames his father. Parents, who’ve already collected some 1,400 signatures calling for Greenberg’s resignation, say they’d like to see most of the board members (“They all knew about it!”) chucked out with him. And the Scottsdale Police have mounted a criminal investigation of the incident.

Honk if you still want your kids to be “educated” by people like this.

Public education must go! Who do these doofuses think they are? And what kind of mugs are we, to let them lord it over us while they poison children’s minds with Critical Race Theory, transgender propaganda, and socialism?

If we can’t do better than this public education system that has grown into a monster, we don’t deserve to have a republic. And in a very short time, unless things change, we won’t have one.

P.S.–Publicizing people’s Social Security numbers makes them vulnerable to many different crimes. It’s unforgiveable.

National School Boards Assn.: Now They’re Sorry

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A month ago the National School Boards Assn. wrote a letter to Dodderin’ Joe, asking him to get the Justice Dept. to “investigate” parents for “threats” against school board members; and the Justice Dept. obliged by unleashing the FBI against parents who complained about their school’s curriculum. Somehow that made them “domestic terrorists”!

Well, they’ve gotten nothing but flak for that; so now the NSBA is saying they “regret and apologize for” calling the people who elected them, and whom they supposedly represent, “terrorists” and sicking the FBI on them (https://www.politico.com/newsletters/weekly-education/2021/10/25/school-board-group-backtracks-on-letter-for-security-help-from-doj-798428).

(Meanwhile, school board associations from four states so far have formally severed their ties with NSBA.)

The NSBA’s newest public statement admits there was “no justification for some of the language included in the letter.” Given that not one single supposed “threat” has ever been carried out–well, yeah!

Ah! But Attorney General Whatsit says he’s gonna keep “investigating” anyway–those naughty parents out there need roping in. Asked by a Senate committee this week whether there was any actual evidence for any of these supposed threats by parents against school boards, he said, why, sure–there’s this here letter from the National School Boards Assn.! That’s all the evidence I need! Did he not know the NSBA had disavowed its own letter?

In Democrat legal theory, the accusation is the evidence. As long as it’s another Democrat making the accusation.

Stay tuned–this soap opera ain’t over yet.