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Last week, throughout a Virginia gubernatorial debate, Democrat Terry McAuliffe mentioned “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

Here’s the context: an upset mother or father in Fairfax County confirmed up to a college board assembly with two books she had pulled from her baby’s highschool library. The books had been shockingly graphic—far past pornography—and even contained express pedophilia. When she learn from the e book, the board members requested her to cease as a result of the content material was so deeply disgusting.


But McAuliffe mentioned “I’m not going to let parents come into schools and actually take books out and make their own decisions.”

Under a McAuliffe regime, the kid rape books can keep, in different phrases.

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Parents are rightfully indignant. Over the previous 19 months, mother and father bought to see up shut what is going on—or moderately, not occurring—of their colleges. They’re displaying up in school board conferences indignant about revolting books within the library or about Critical Race Theory or about different woke nonsense taught to their youngsters. 

They’re indignant that colleges stayed closed final yr as a result of the academics’ unions mentioned so. They’re indignant that their youngsters should masks indefinitely with none science to again it up.

Instead of partaking with the considerations, the National School Boards Association requested President Joe Biden to find out whether or not mother and father talking out in school board conferences are home terrorists. The Biden administration, in fact, jumped on the thought.

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On Monday, Attorney General Merrick Garland instructed the FBI to “convene meetings” with management in every federal judicial district within the subsequent 30 days. In a memo, Garland famous “In recent months, there has been a disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence against school administrators, board members, teachers, and staff who participate in the vital work of running our nation’s public schools.”

The Justice Department may also provide coaching to highschool board members to “identify” threats. “This training will help school board members and other potential victims understand the type of behavior that constitutes threats, how to report threatening conduct to the appropriate law enforcement agencies, and how to capture and preserve evidence of threatening conduct to aid in the investigation and prosecution of these crimes.”