Friday, October 8, 2021
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Does a school board or District official intimidate members of the public when it tells them that a board member is intimidated by them? Is that a prelude to arrest?
What will most members of the public do? They'll hunker down. They'll pull their heads into their shells. They'll quiet down. They'll be afraid. They'll go away. They'll stop asking questions about racist programs in the schools. They'll stop asking about Critical Race Theory and gender-identity curricula and sex education in kindergarten. They'll stop emailing. They'll stop posting on Facebook. They'll stop writing blogposts.
On September 28 Supt. Davis told me that one board member had told him she felt intimidated by me.
I emailed him for more information about that, because I certainly have done nothing to cause that board member (or any board member) to feel intimidated by me.
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