Fourth School Abandons National School Board Association After Labeling Parents ‘Domestic Terrorists’
There are a handful of states that I keep a particularly close attention to in order to keep up with what’s going on in that state.
I keep up with them for various reasons, but one of these states that I keep tabs on is New Hampshire. There is a lot going on there right now and it’s really a nice state for freedom, but there are some problems as well.
Like the rest of the country, the parents of students in the public school system have been labeled as domestic terrorists by Attorney General Merrick Garland and the National School Board Association was actually the group that prompted him to do so.
As a result, there have been a small handful of states that have completely terminated their membership with the National School Board Association.
New Hampshire happens to be one of the most recent states to do this. Other states that have done so are Pennsylvania, Missouri, and Ohio and I imagine that there will be several others as well. Honestly, I believe that at least half of the states in the country will end up doing this and I absolutely love it.
The New Hampshire School Boards Association sent out in an email:
“This email is to inform you that NHSBA has decided to withdraw its membership from the National School Boards Association, effective immediately. NSBA’s recent actions have made our continued membership untenable.
NHSBA is finalizing its formal letter to the National School Boards Association relative to our withdrawal. We will share that letter with membership as soon as possible.”
"NHSBA has decided to withdraw its membership from the National School Boards Association, effective immediately. NSBA’s recent actions have made our continued membership untenable." pic.twitter.com/eoozMT5rGe
— Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 28, 2021
This is a great first step, but there is still a lot more work to do. I think that this will take the federal government out of the school a little bit, but ultimately, I think the best step, of course, is to pull children out of public schools. I wish the whole public education system would be abolished entirely and they could then become private schools.