Top Three Takeaways – October 7th, 2021
- But wait, there’s more. Not only has US Attorney General Merrick Garland unleashed the FBI to attempt to intimidate parents protesting abusive polices of local school boards at the behest of the teacher’s unions – he’s personally compromised. Garland’s daughter is married to the founder of Panorama Education, an education data analytics firm hired by school boards around the country to gather data on students for the purpose of implementing social education initiatives, a la, Critical Race Theory. So, the AG has literally ordered the FBI to investigate parents protesting the hiring of his son-in-law's company by local school boards. How corrupt can you be? The contracts have been worth millions of dollars to date, and one might imagine that the opportunity for additional business with additional school boards across the country might be mitigated with actively engaged parents minding the store and protesting CRT. But even that’s not all. Know who funded Panorama Education at the time of its founding? Mark Zuckerburg. You can’t make this up. So, here’s a firm owned by the son-in-law of the Attorney General collecting data on kids in school with direct financial ties to the founder of Facebook which we just found has been guilty of doing what with children using their platforms? And as Zuckerburg and Facebook are under investigation for abusive practices by Congress, how much confidence should we have in justice being served? All of this is just supposed to be a coincidence, right? After all that’s the only way this wouldn’t be institutionalized corruption stemming from the US Attorney General himself. Someone who would have been a Supreme Court Justice had Mitch McConnell not held the line in the final year of the Obama presidency. If the FBI is to investigate domestic terrorists – they should start with Merrick Garland.
- Silence and Separate. The words House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy used to describe what the Biden administration is attempting to do by the DOJ intimidation scheme. Quoting McCarthy, It's not just a move against parents, it's trying to silence and separate. And this just isn’t coming from the DOJ. Remember what the gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe said? That parents should have no say in their children’s education. And now they want to go into the closest there is to politics is a school board. But now they want to intimidate a parent from coming in and questioning about what's being taught to their children? And this is all happening because after Covid we’ve had this Zoom classes. Parents are now becoming more aware of what’s being said in their classroom and they are becoming upset by it. And what's the answer from the Biden administration? To silence you. To nationalize elementary school. This is wrong. This is against what America believes fundamentally. Amen. That’s why it’s critical that we don’t allow the D.C. thugs, starting with the Attorney General, to have success. The best answer to what’s happening here is more. More people attending school board meetings than ever before. More people stepping up to have their voices heard at those meetings than ever before. More candidates emerging to run for school board races to replace the vast majority of the current occupants. They’re trying to silence and separate us. That means we need to...
- Get louder together. It’s the best way to combat what they’re attempting to do. All of this is only happening because what we’re doing is working. No one said taking back our education establishment from the teachers’ unions would be easy. But the momentum is with us. Virginia Democrat Terry McAuliffe, fresh off of stating in a gubernatorial debate: I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach, has seen his polling lead drop from seven points to just one - in a state Joe Biden won by ten. Republicans are now showing generic ballot polling leads with multiple pollsters for the first time since 2016. The tide is turning and what we’re doing is working. That’s why it’s important to get louder together. We’ll win in the end.