I guess parents sang the national anthem too loud, because Loudoun County arrested several after a school board meeting was declared an "unlawful assembly"

Jun 23rd

Parents at a meeting of the superwoke Loudoun County school board were arrested Tuesday after the board ended public comment and told the rowdy/patriotic crowd they would be trespassing if they stayed.

They made good on that threat by calling the police, who arrested two of the parents for "unlawful assembly."

Usually, that term is used (begrudgingly) for BLM and Antifa once they've burned down a few Starbucks and looted a few stores. Then, and only then, do civic leaders decide to step in.

Let's see what the parents' crimes in Loudon County were.

A former state senator had the GALL to call the woke school board depraved and bigoted over their adoption of Critical Race Theory.

Then we have the evil crime of singing the national anthem too loudly and booing Marxists who are seeking to destroy both our children and our nation.

I get that the meeting was heated, and that the police were there to make sure things didn't get out of hand. Technically, because the board ended the meeting like a bunch of cowards, it was unlawful for a crowd to continuing gathering inside when instructed to leave.

But for all the people like one woke parent who said that "hate" was "dripping from the followers of Jesus in this room," understand that these parents aren't 20-year-old thugs who want to burn the nation down and get free shoes while they're at it.

They are righteously angry because of their love for their kids, their nation, and the rights and dignity of their fellow man.

If America is to survive, she needs to learn the difference.


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