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School board meeting video screenshot. Critical race theory (CRT) is really unpopular—and that’s an understatement. All over this nation, parents are showing up at school board meetings to tell board members trying to insert anti-white racist curriculums into their children’s classrooms that they will rue the day they do this. Some of these videos are highly entertaining, like this lady vowing to be this board’s worst nightmare now that she’s retired and has nothing better to do than make them regret their decision to ever run for public office.
Today’s boardroom meltdown happened in upstate New York in the sleepy town of Penfield (which is almost all white as most of rural New York is). The Daily Wire’s Amanda Prestigiacomo had the report: A school board member from Penfield, New York, named William Yaeger called a parent an “a**hole” following public comments from parents who pushed back against mask policy and controversial “diversity, equity, and inclusion” curriculum. Video shows parent Rich Tyson, who has a daughter in the district, jump on stage and confront Yaeger after he told him, “You’re not gonna stand up here and do anything to me, a**hole.” Yaeger had to be physically restrained by others on the board and the meeting was halted. After a parent asked NY school board member Bill Yaeger to be respectful to other parents, Yaeger told him, “You’re not gonna stand up here and do anything to me, a**hole.” The parent then confronts him & Yaeger is physicallyMasks. pic.twitter.com/xD3E25DChC — Amanda (@AmandaPresto) June 9, 2021 Recommended : Distraught Missouri Parents Hold Press Conference to Call Out Family Court Corruption; St. Louis Press Ignores Them
PJ Media reached out to Tyson, the father at whom Yaeger swore. “I walked up there, obviously not to get into a physical confrontation with him, but to hash it out face to face.” Yaeger responded by trying to physically attack Tyson but other board members restrained him. “If they hadn’t restrained him, I guarantee I would have been punched in the face,” said Tyson. Monroe County officers showed up after the event and spoke to Tyson […]