Updated: May 20
Once again, Everytown is using children to do their dirty political work
A gun-safety group aligned with former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is spending $1.5 million on a new virtual organizing program that aims to register 100,000 young voters.
The push from Students Demand Action, shared first with CNN, replaces the group's planned in-person voter-registration efforts, which were derailed by the coronavirus outbreak and the widespread shutdowns it has triggered around the nation. The new program focuses on 13 battleground states and marks the group's first large-scale effort to use online-only tools to encourage young people to head to the polls.
So, as most people know, political activity is prohibited in taxpayer funded schools. Sure, they can register people to vote, but they are NOT allowed to show preference or advocate for one candidate over another while working for the organization. So, how do you fight them? Just pry a bit! Edits done to protect the identity of the kid:
That‘s interesting. The student lead of SDA is using his district e-mail address as the main contact for Students Demand Action and also for his work on behalf of a Democrat Political Action Committee (BackPAC)
So now we got a secondary contact. Turns out it’s the area MDA lead that’s also heavily involved with the district and is also the president of the district PTA. So then with that info, FOIA the district for their comms (remember how he used his district provided email address as well?):
Cute, isn’t it? Momma gun grabber helping out her little cub in more ways than one. Be aware in your local school district, Students Demand Action is popping up in school clubs:
To close out, we don’t even need to go into how Democrat politicians use Students Demand Action, do we?
They’re gearing up for November. Get active and dig around. Expose then and hold them accountable. Public schools are NOT political recruitment grounds and kids are NOT poltical pawns. Who knows, you might just catch the “moms” being involved in a possible ethics violation: