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A month ago, the National School Boards Association sent a letter to Joe Biden demanding he investigate parents speaking out at school board meetings, calling them "domestic terrorists." But Martina Moyski explains how the association — and its henchmen in the government —may now be in defense mode.
Former President Barack Obama: "We don't have time to be wasting on these phony, trumped-up culture wars, this fake outrage."
Despite Obama's remarks — made while stumping for Virginia Democrat Terry McAuliffe — parental outrage at school board meetings is real. And the outrage has intensified since the NSBA sent its now-infamous letter. But the association, and Democrats supporting it, may be in retreat.
The association issued an apology last week for the letter.
Merrick Garland was blasted recently by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights for calling out the big guns on parents while not providing any "basis for law enforcement action." Even McAuliffe tried to clean up comments he made during a debate denying parents a say in their kids' education.
Terry McAuliffe: "I don't think parents should be telling schools what they should teach."
Scott Smith, father of school sex assault victim: "Apparently, the governor allowed some bill to go through that allowed kids to wear different-sex clothes and go into whatever bathroom they want. ... That's how my daughter was able to be assaulted."
But a father being dragged out of a Loudoun County school board meeting in June, prevented from speaking about his daughter's rape by a boy in a skirt, may go down in history as a turning point in this battle against the Left.
Earlier today, the boy accused of sexual assault was found guilty. Also today, high school students in Loudoun County held a walkout in protest of the rape and subsequent cover-up.