Updated: Jun 4, 2020
update: lots of flak over this article, but one thing we saw today was a “vote“ sign at one of the protests. We agree. Know what you’re voting for.....
We at mom-at-arms have known for awhile that school boards are ground zero for political activism. Why? Because children are the future and some adults see it as their mission to shape them into what they believe they should be. Today, it was brought to our attention that two Skokie, Illinois school board members were actively engaged in setting the agenda in telling students what to think/feel, not providing them the facts and allowing discussion. There is no discussion. It’s “get out there and do what we say”! I’d hate to be one of the students who questioned what they were saying:
School board member #1
(Also ran for state rep this past election)
”No justice. No peace“ in the letter. What does that mean exactly?????
And of course, in now deleted tweets, some lives are worth more than others (and vandalism/theft is the appropriate response to get what she wants) :
(update: Skokie PD caved)
It should also come as no surprise that this woman/riot instigator (per her tweet about “break the system”) is a Moms Demand Action supporter, which is ironic because one of MDA’s allied police chief’s was in charge of the officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor in a botched no-knock raid.
School board member #2 chimes in (check out her bio):
Some background info on Skokie. “Limousine Communists” these two are:
What we see here are two individuals on a school board that are using their activism in order to tell students what to think, how to feel, and what to protest about. Public schools are now recruitment grounds for leftists to get ahold of children and attempt to get them to do what THEY want, as is seen in another example not too far from Skokie:
In the above example, county Democratic Party officials, a county board member (candidate at the time), and the local Moms Demand Action chapter are involved in distributing materials to a teacher in a public high school in order for her to pass out flyers to students in an attempt to recruit them for an anti-gun protest. They are using children for protests. They are seen as valuable pawns because everyone listens to scared children.
We at mom-at-arms stand shoulder to shoulder with the peaceful protestors that are lawfully exercising their first amendment right to assemble and make their voices heard about the tragedy that happened to George Floyd. It is a clear sign that reform is needed so these incidents of excessive force by law enforcement stop. What we don’t stand for though is adult activists using their position within the education system in order to recruit kids to be political activists. It’s wrong to see these students as assets to a political cause. It’s also wrong to drag the Skokie police department into something they had nothing to do with and to teach children that law enforcement as a whole is the enemy and a symbol of “white supremacy”. This madness and division has to stop. These protestors below (who are not arsonists and rioters) are a fine example of doing what’s right and this image is powerful. They saved that WHITE officer‘s life (he got separated and was all alone) and created a barrier to protect him from the violent mob:
And another excellent example. I guess the self-described Marxist school board member thinks this guy is an idiot:
Black lives matter, White lives later, Asian lives matter, Latino lives matter, Blue lives matter, All lives matter. Anyone who thinks differently (or that one person‘s life is more valuable than another and tries to get kids to think that as well) has no place saying they’re a civil rights activist or that they’re doing anything other than assisting in class warfare and diversionary tactics. It’s disgusting and harmful.
To all the peaceful activists & protestors and also to those trying to create constructive and real change, thank you. We are with you. Justice for the murder of George Floyd with be achieved.
Chicago Code Blue ain’t happy