Police Arrest Parents Concerned About Critical Race Theory

A Virginia school board meeting was declared an unlawful assembly and parents were arrested for “crimes.”

What was the crime? Speaking out against critical race theory that was being taught to their kids. The insanity continues in the latest video from the Blaze that shows how America is so divided it feels like we’re living in two separate countries.

During the board meeting, some parents were arrested for refusing to vacate. These are parents who came to protest their kids being taught critical race theory and transgender themed lessons they did not approve.

What happened? If parents don’t like it, you can leave or go to jail. Not really good option if you care about your kids, or the future of America.

Loudon County’s school board meeting are reaching the point of a national reality TV competition show. Except in this program, the competition is not for the best singer or dancer, but whether the school district’s agenda will favor the woke agenda of the Biden era or not.

It’s a sad but growing reality that school board meeting are no longer about where the kids take a field trip, but how much indoctrination parents can take.

Is Loudon County the beginning of what the rest of the nation’s schools will face? Let’s hope not. Watch for yourself and see why we need new leadership that supports our American values in public schools.


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