This is why teachers’ unions need to be
Parents of children who attend Loudoun County Public Schools in Virginia have launched a new ad campaign to fight the teaching of critical race theory in their schools and oust the school board.
Elicia Brandy and Cheryl Onderchain, two mothers of children in the school district, were interviewed on “Fox & Friends” Friday about their efforts to recall six members of the school board. Loudoun County schools are embroiled in controversy as fed-up parents have objected to pornographic material being read in the 9th grade curriculum and tenets of critical race theory being prioritized while the district has been slow to reopen for in-person learning.
“I really believe that our school board has really lost their way,” Brandy told “Fox & Friends” host Steve Doocy. “For this reason and for adding the parents who want our kids to go back to school to a hit list, but also yes. I don’t want critical theory, not just critical race theory, but critical theory taught in our classrooms.
“Our schools are not for ideology, our schools are for education. And when you lower education you lower positive outcomes for everyone,” she added.
The “hit list” Brandy referred to was a list of parents who objected to the school district’s “equity” agenda compiled by a group of current and former teachers who joined a private Facebook group called “Anti-Racist Parents of Loudoun County.” The Daily Wire first reported the group’s efforts to “infiltrate” and use “hackers” to silence parents’ communications and “expose these people publicly” last March. A criminal investigation has been opened to review the matter.
“We started going to school board meetings wanting our children to go back to school,” Brandy explained. “And when we started speaking about that and about critical theory, one of our school board members called for the Parents Against Anti-Racism to rise up and help her and they decided to put go together a hit list which called for calling us racists and doxxing us.”
Indeed, a parent who spoke out against the CRT has been targeted for harassment.
This is the kind of excrement being taught in the Loudon school district:
In a clip from Tuesday night’s meeting provided by Media Research Center, the first mom reads from a book describing a domestic violence scenario where the narrator talks about a female “coming out of some car in these tight-a** little shorts…telling me she’s going to leave me.”
“I grab her by the neck and start punching her,” the mother continues to read. Later, the narrator describes keeping the female “in a closet for a couple of days” where “she kept on screaming, begging to be let out. Begging for water.”
The rest of the excerpts were sexual in nature.
“Jasper wasn’t even my boyfriend, just this dude I did some hacking with once in a while,” the second mother reads. “He was pretty basic…but he had a big d***. And sometimes a girl just needs a big d***.”
A third parent read about sex acts involving a “boy — his pants around his ankles — squeezed between April’s straddled legs as she lay on top of a teacher’s desk.” The narrator describes flipping the “boy” around, “pushing him against the wall” and then dropping to their knees.
The fourth mother reads an excerpt where the narrator declares, “she sucked my d***. I didn’t really want it to happen, it just kinda did.” Another character in the book replies, “Wait a minute, is that what was really going on? She did your homework and you ate her c******!”
Leftwing indoctrination in America’s schools has become a malignancy. Academic intelligentsia wants complete control of your kids and it will use union propaganda, insults, dismissive epithets, and force to get it.
The Left’s academic cancel culture against whites includes eliminating grading standards, telling bi-racial students they should confront their ‘white dominance’, telling school kids they’re “born racist”, and that “all white people perpetuate systematic racism”.
Parents should pay attention to what their kids are being taught. If more parents raised hell over the visceral shit, it would stop.