Parents are fed up with our public school system and have been pretty fierce in standing up for their children.

Let this be my encouragement to you to remove your child from the indoctrination that is coming at them every day. There’s a sacrifice to be made, but it might turn out to be easier than you think. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying it’s easy, because it’s not. But it is rewarding, especially knowing that your child’s mind isn’t being filled with liberal propaganda and everything else that they’re exposed to in the public school system.

You know what I’m talking about if you went to public school. I did and I know exactly what happened, and this was decades ago. It’s only gotten worse since then.

This is the biggest thing that most people can do to really stick it to the system and work for a brighter future for our children and grandchildren.

Now that the Biden regime is literally siccing the FBI and DOJ on parents and trying to label anyone who is against Critical Race Theory or the mandates as a result of the virus as terrorists.

The Parents Defending Education organization which is comprised of 427,000 members released a letter to the National School Boards Association. Take a look at what it said:

Citizens are angry that school boards and school officials around the country are restricting access to public meetings, limiting public comment, and in some cases conducting business via text messages in violation of state open meetings laws. They are angry that schools are charging them thousands of dollars in public records requests to view curriculum and training materials that impact their children and that should be open to the public by default. They are angry that pandemic-related learning losses have compounded the already-low reading, writing, and math proficiency rates in America’s schools. They are angry that rather than focusing on declining student achievement, large numbers of districts have chosen to fund, often with hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxpayer money, “social justice” and “diversity, equity, and inclusion” programs with finite resources.

Your members refuse to listen to these concerns – and your association has chosen to smear their constituents rather than engage with them in good faith. It is appalling that you would choose to threaten your fellow Americans for having the courage to hold you accountable for your failures.

We will not be bullied. We will not have our speech chilled. We have a constitutional right to petition our elected officials, and we will continue to do so.

We ask that your organization – and your members – engage respectfully and constructively with the country’s parents, grandparents, and concerned citizens so that we might work together to address and improve the quality of America’s public education system for all children.

One thing that I’ve always wanted to do is come up with some way to make government absolutely transparent and accountable while making it easier for officials to be removed. I hope that I or someone else does that soon.

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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