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Mandate Protestor: “It’s My Constitutional Right To Be As Mean As I Want”

“It’s my constitutional right to be as mean as I want to you guys,” says anti-mandate protestor ...

FLORIDA POLITICS – A Nevada school board member said he had thoughts of suicide before stepping down amid threats and harassment.

In Virginia, a board member resigned over what she saw as politics driving decisions on masks.

The vitriol at board meetings in Wisconsin had one member fearing he would find his tires slashed.

School board members are largely unpaid volunteers, traditionally former educators and parents who step forward to shape school policy, choose a Superintendent and review the budget.

But a growing number are resigning or questioning their willingness to serve as meetings have devolved into shouting contests between deeply political constituencies over how racial issues are taught, masks in schools, and COVID-19 vaccines and testing requirements.

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In his letter of resignation from Wisconsin’s Oconomowoc Area School Board, Rick Grothaus said its work had become “toxic and impossible to do.”

Grothaus, a retired educator, said by phone:

“When I got on, I knew it would be difficult. But I wasn’t ready or prepared for the vitriolic response that would occur, especially now that the pandemic seemed to just bring everything out in a very, very harsh way.

“It made it impossible to really do any kind of meaningful work.”

He resigned Aug. 15 along with two other members, including Dan Raasch, who wondered if his car and windshield would be intact after meetings.

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In Vail, Arizona, speakers at a recent meeting took turns blasting school board members over masks, vaccines and discussions of race in schools — even though the board had no plans to act on, or even discuss, any of those topics.

“It’s my constitutional right to be as mean as I want to you guys,” one woman said … READ MORE. 

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