Friday, October 1, 2021
When V-P Kamala Harris, whose name I hate to even mention here, spoke out last week and supported a student's false claims about Israel, I was reminded of statements made right here by some on the Richland Two school board.
Remember when Teresa Holmes chastised Lashonda McFadden for speaking "her truth", while attempting to shut down her remarks before McFadden joined Lindsay Agostini and Monica Scott in departing a school board meeting and causing it to end, because there was no longer a quorum.
At the time I thought, What she means is McFadden's truth is not the same as Holmes' truth. Frankly, all I'm interested in is The Truth.
What that George Mason University student voiced was her opinion, not "her truth". And it wasn't even correct. But Harris charged right in, opening her mouth where it would have been better to keep it closed.
SoV-P Harris deserves all the heat being directed at her. Like she cares, right? As a former prosecuting attorney, she knows how to handle "heat", and I suspect she doesn't care one whit about anyone else's opinion of her. Her staff recognized the damage, though.
What was she doing at George Mason University, anyway, when she should have been at work on the nation's problems? Maybe her little foray at GMU would have been better spent solving this country's illegal entry (invasion) crisis, not entertaining future voters in a classroom.
And don't forget Caution-Parker's shaming of "The Three" and urging a change in the Quorum policy from five back to four.
And McKie's comment on September 28th about changing the Quorum policy so that "The Three" could not hold the board "hostage". Naturally, no rebuke from the acting chair that night about her defamatory comment. Apparently, only The Three can defame board members.
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