President Ron DeSantis. That has a nice ring to it. If Donald Trump doesn’t run for office again in 2024, the Republican governor of Florida needs to give it some serious thought because he would have a ton of support across the nation.
People see Ron as a leader, and in comparison they see Joe Biden as a dunce with a stiff gate. The “46th president of the United States” is a literal walking joke.
At the end of the day, DeSantis is getting stuff done for the people of the Sunshine State – whether some can see it or not.
From Savage Takes:
DeSantis says liberal educators are currently “teaching kids to hate this country.”
According to the governor, a new law will allow parents to actually “inspect curriculum” and even file lawsuits against schools if they catch teachers who “smuggle in” and their own “inappropriate content.”
Ron Desantis tonight says that liberal educators are “teaching kids to hate this country,” so he is pushing for a new law so parents can “inspect curriculum,” and sue schools if they catch teachers who “smuggle in” any “inappropriate content.”
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Ron Desantis tonight says that liberal educators are “teaching kids to hate this country,” so he is pushing for a new law so parents can “inspect curriculum,” and sue schools if they catch teachers who “smuggle in” any “inappropriate content.” pic.twitter.com/PTc3EZXskv
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) January 10, 2022
If you don’t know how CRT became “a thing,” here’s the deal…
The radically far-left School Board Association went to the White House to talk about implementing CRT in schools.
Then, a letter was sent to Attorney General Merrick Garland (which said CRT should be taught in schools).
See the problem there?
Check this out, via Free Beacon:
The country’s largest school board association collaborated with the Biden White House before sending a controversial letter calling on the FBI to investigate parents as potential domestic terrorists, according to previously unreported emails.
The emails, obtained by Parents Defending Education through public records requests and reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon, reveal that the National School Board Association’s president and CEO sent the letter to Biden on Sept. 29 without approval from the organization’s board. The letter said that the acts of some parents at school board meetings across the country could be considered “a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes.”
The emails also show that the White House asked the association for examples of threats against school board members days before Attorney General Merrick Garland created a task force of officials from the FBI and the Justice Department to determine how to prosecute alleged crimes at school board meetings.
The letter makes clear that the White House was aware of the letter before it was released, while raising questions about whether the White House colluded with the association on the letter to prompt federal action. The letter has sparked allegations that the Biden administration is trying to stifle dissent among parents who oppose mask mandates and the teaching of critical race theory at America’s schools. School board meetings have become battlegrounds for factions of parents torn on those issues. Parents in some districts have organized recall efforts to remove school board members who support mandates or radical curricula.