The way I see it, duped QAnon-ish parents that never believed in COVID-19 or that schools should ever have been closed down can't be taken seriously, especially after their embarrassing juvenile outbursts at school boards. Making death threats to elected and volunteer public officials seems illegal, right? Out of San Diago County a scene that no longer shocks us:
The fallout from a racist rant during a San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting has apparently cost comedian Jason Robo a weekly radio gig in northern California.
Death threats, what death threats? Like the Pandemic, Vos-Republicans won't acknowledge or do anything about right-wing death threats to election officials and school board members: Their silence keeps the momentum going for what seems to be a "one-size-fits-all" deadly scheme to win elections nationwide with two "big lies:" a stolen election and CRT.
The National Parents Union, a parents’ rights group that often opposes teachers’ unions, laid out a vision of the nation’s political future — and a stark warning.
“This is only the beginning of the parent revolution,” said Keri Rodrigues, co-founder and president of the group. “Politicians will have to make a choice: Either work with parents and families on reimagining education, listen to their concerns [and] govern in their best interests ... or get voted out of office.”
2. Pitchfork Opposition to Mythical Critical Race Theory, not taught in public schools: Using their own kids to feign anger and frustration over imagined CRT and "communist indoctrination," Republican legislators aren't out investigating the threats or correcting the lies.The recall of four Mequon school board members was based on "issues over critical race theory," which isn't taught, and "disagreements over COVID-19 mitigation efforts" that closed schools during the pandemic which has not gone away.
Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said it was “unacceptable” and “appalling” to mandate training that “instills the university’s negative opinion of white __ students and the idea that students should feel guilty simply because of their race.”
Kevin Hermening's views on fascism, debating with Ed Fallone, Associate Professor of Law at Marquette University. From a blog post in 2013: