Lawmakers better start paying attention to what is happening to public schools, because if preventative measures are not taken very soon, to keep the schools operating in a legal way, they certainly face landmark lawsuits and legal action, and mounting pressure from insurance companies to stop getting sued, and that all will do nothing but divert funds away from schools, and their employees.
Key point: Captured below is footage of how one school district in Wake Co. North Carolina is using masking as a bully tactic to harass parents at school board meetings.
This is a mounting crisis, and the Democrat administration of Joe Biden is doing nothing by doubling down on allowing divisive tactics to force compliance to his strange demands. Parents at school boards, and around the country are becoming restless from a lack of proper policies at the school board level, and in some places, that is resulting in lawsuits. In particular one $200,000,000 dollar lawsuit. and been filed over lawsuits- and I have captured more parents bullied over masking.
“One could feel the tension at a Clark County School District board meeting as one fed-up dad spoke for a group of fourteen parents while serving a $200 million lawsuit over mask mandates.”
With a link to a Tik Tok video that showed the action. The video had been posted on Twitter.
They all shifted very uncomfortably in their seats when he served the lawsuit. pic.twitter.com/WxyPF79YJv
— Ian Miles Cheong @ stillgray.substack.com (@stillgray) October 9, 2021
“This is segregation based off of your own fears and your own personal interests,” the unidentified father argued. “The people in this country have had enough, and we are fighting back.”
“I have something to give you,” he then said. “Security, would you do me a favor? Would you please hand those forms to the board members? You’ve been officially served a $200 million lawsuit with six complaints and violations or multiple amendments.”
“Your job is not to be concerned with the children’s health,” he added. “You’re not nurses. You’re not doctors. You are not responsible for their health organization. Your only focus is on our children’s education, and the education system here is 50th in the state, and you make almost more money than anybody else.”
HE IS RIGHT- SO WHO ELSE FACES THIS PROBLEM? NORTH CAROLINA MIGHT- BUSTED!
“They don’t have a clear policy on masks,” Lana Witt told me at a recent school board meeting in Wake County North Carolina. ‘I have asked numerous times, by what authority do the school make these policies and I get harassed,” she said.
Witt spoke about the masking drama at her local school board meeting, where she is a frequent attendee and where masks are mandatory. Witt made a point that the “authority” was making shifting and confusing policies and as soon as she complied one week, they would change the rules and she would receive harassing emails about her attendance as if to intimidate her about attending again.
Check this out.. here is Witt on October 5; just before she is approached by the school board team who oversees masking compliance, notice her mask is clearly covering her chin and her nose. No nostrils are seen:
Now withness Witt being spoken to, by a large man who leans over her in an intimidating manner to talk to her about her mask being improper, his hands are clearly moving in an angry way, displaying frustration:
I, personally witnessed and recorded as Witt was singled out on October 5. Witt’s comments on the 5th included her point of view that, while the school board was celebrating no-bullying week, they were in fact bullying and abusing people over face masks.
Notice the Equity Department head, the woman whose students identified her as Latinx, was sitting immediately behind Witt, notice the dress and shoes:
Notice that the Latinx teacher behind Witt was not at all inspected for proper masking, as her mask was loosely covering her nose, as video evidence shows. You will notice that she was sitting behind Witt and at no time did anyone address her nostrils showing or her loose mask.
So what is the policy? Is it cover the chin and nostrils? Then Witt would be in compliance and the Equity head would not be. Is it materials? Witt is wearing a standard mask given out by stores in the area as in compliance with Democrat Roy Cooper’s masking demands, having been approved by him. So, would Cooper be out of compliance then? Because that would be confusing.
What are the specifications on proper masks?
Whose masks was loose? The difference? The Latinx teacher, who is head of the Equity department at Wake County is in a special category and Witt is seen as opposition.
The head of Equity, with the loose mask, is seen at 52:39, clearly in a very wobbly mask and her nostrils showing, so she is breathing freely.
Also Witt is seen in public comment at the School Board: 1:36:16-1:40:00
IS WAKE CO HEADING FOR A LAWSUIT? TAXPAYERS AND EMPLOYEES SHOULD FIND OUT
Here is what Witt shared with the School Board prior to speaking on the 5th:
Members of the Board and Superintendent Moore:
In honor of bully prevention month it’s valuable to note that the WCPSS Board of Education’s current political theatre of “Safety” actually aligns with the Traits of an Abusive Environment:
- ● Harassment at work or school.
- ● Isolation; prevents or discourages from seeing friends or family, going to work or school.
- ● Keeps track of what you’re doing all the time and criticizes for little things.
- ● Humiliates in front of others.
- ● Controls what the person wears and how they act.
- ● Demeans person privately and/or publicly; embarrassment or humiliation of person in front of others.
- ● Unrealistic expectations.
- ● Unpredictability.We gathered again today based on the right to petition government for redress of grievances, every citizens’ right to make a complaint and/or seek the assistance of one’s government, without fear of punishment or reprisals. Two weeks ago in an attempt to prepare to participate and attend the regularly scheduled WCPSS School Board meeting I was singled out via email the day prior for wearing a Virusshield at past meetings and requested by Chief of Communications, Mr. Simmons to alter my face covering to compliance with the Town of Cary’s ordinance. Upon arrival and check in authority implemented a new policy. I was denied access to the public meeting upon arrival due to my utilizing a scarf as a face covering. Yet, the Town of Cary ordinance staff requested in writing that I adhere to states that “a face covering may be factory made, sewn by hand or improvised from household items such as scarves, bandanas, tshirts, sweatshirts or towels.”During public comment at that same meeting a fellow Wake County citizen who’s respectfully attended prior board meetings to offer public comment was singled out, bullied and shamed due to another spontaneous policy implemented upon public arrival to the meeting: Those offering public comment were now required to wear a face covering during public speaking even though socially distanced, an activity which under our own Governor’s expired Executive Order was an exempted face covering activity. Dr. Holly Wilcher was interrupted and singled out by VC Mahaffey mid-public comment and required to alter her face covering to the board’s, exclusively issued mask or potentially be dismissed from public comment altogether.
My question: Is this what building community and team-building looks like to you and how you as board members want to be remembered as leaders? Two years ago this bullying, shaming, discrimination would’ve been considered abuse, detrimental to community development and engagement. Yet now, this restrictive behavior by elected leaders sets the conditioned norm for young people and students. I teach our children that it’s never too late to do the right thing. As elected leaders you can choose to continue investing in political theatre that bullies community members and students or begin to seek innovation and collaboration as courageous leaders of change that citizens elected you to be.
Let’s look at Union County Board of Education.
According to Ed NC Union County Public Schools ranked number 1 in education during the pandemic: Sixty-three percent of students scored a 3 or higher. Scoring a 3 is considered grade-level proficient. The Chair of Union County Public Schools Board of Education, said the district’s emphasis on in-person learning and test preparation are prime contributors to the district’s performance. She said that at every step of the way, beginning August 17, 2020 the district let students attend in person as much as the state would allow. When school started back up after spring break, the school board voted to go five days a week to help prepare for end-of-grade and end-of-course tests, providing tutoring and remediation for students who may have fallen behind. “We are extremely proud of our students, our teachers, our administrators, that really went above and beyond during a global pandemic,” she said. This is the same district that in early September of 2021 exited the business of COVID by allowing parents and students to decide if masking was best for them and focused on keeping healthy educators and students in school instead of quarantining the healthy. Since early September positivity rates in Union County Public Schools continues to drop.
Quarantining the healthy
Is it possible that the only reason WCPSS seeks to implement COVID testing is to stay in the financial business of COVID19 instead of getting back to the business of educating the healthy?
Thank you for your time.
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Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776