Kyusha King is a Florida mother who does not want critical race theory and other leftist ideas taught to her children in public schools. Now, he’s calling for a “mass exodus” of public schools – for much praise.
The King’s recent commendable remarks on the matter were made during the Family Research Council’s annual near-vote stand summit on Thursday. They came at a time when the U.S. government was starting to talk to these guardians.
Listen to this anxious mother Merrick Garland and explain to me why she is a domestic terrorist. https://t.co/QCZsN6igQM
– Senator Rand Paul (and Rand Paul) October 7, 2021
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King: ‘What else should we do?’
King said, “I really think the only thing right now is mass exit from the public school system – that’s it.”
The Burning Mother received a standing ovation from the participants in the ceremony.
Raja – a black woman – works with the Moms for Liberty group, an organization that has taken a critical race theory in public schools.
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The Department of Justice recently announced that the FBI will investigate the matter at a school board meeting with a push from parents. ‘Threats and Violence’ demands an upward trend.
King said Thursday, “With this FBI thing, it just made me realize – what else should we do?”
“Standing up to these people doesn’t seem to matter,” he said. “I mean, we all – we were at this school board meeting, we were expressing our views, we were writing articles, we were emailing teachers – we were doing all that.”
“And they don’t care,” King noted. “I have nothing left but to keep the peace.”
Raj emphasized that unity is the key.
“We have to do it together,” King insisted. “We really need to send a message that you have no right to educate our children.”
Garland Memo: “While the heated debate over policy issues is protected under our Constitution, that protection does not extend to threats of violence or attempts to intimidate individuals based on their views.”
– Ryan J. Reilly (anjryanjreilly) October 4, 2021
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The Garland Memo states, “While our Constitution protects heated debates on policy issues, that protection does not extend to threats of violence or attempts to intimidate individuals based on their views.”
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