Vile public school teachers now compiling “lists” to “expose” parents who reject far-left curriculum

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“Critical race theory” (CRT) activists in Loudoun County, Va., the wealthiest county in the United States, are attempting to destroy the lives of parents throughout the district who oppose children being brainwashed into the doctrines of anti-white racism while at public school.

And angry mob of far-left extremists living in the Washington, D.C.-area district is reportedly trying to “infiltrate” various anti-CRT groups organized by their opponents in order to “expose” the members of these groups – using “hackers” if necessary.

A 624-member private Facebook group called “Anti-Racist Parents of Loudoun County” is said to be behind this hate campaign. Its members include local public school board members, Loudoun County’s George Soros-funded prosecutor, public school staff, and other allied leftist extremists.

“In recent years, Loudoun’s school system has flooded its curricula and policies with racial rhetoric,” says Luke Rosiak of The Daily Wire about the situation.

The district has also “required all staff to undergo ‘Equity in the Center’ training that promoted a sense of injustice and urgency,” even as it proposed, then withdrew, “a policy that would ban teachers from disagreeing with the schools’ racial philosophies, even when not on school district property.”

Last year, the local school district held an “Equity in the Center-like training to parents” that was a total disaster, resulting in a collapse “into acrimony.” A criminal review was launched and one school board member was stripped of her duties.

In a nutshell, local parents were outraged that their children were being told to “focus too much on race,” which had the effect of “diminish[ing] tolerance and harmony, rather than improv[ing] it.” These same parents then formed their own “Parents Against Critical Theory” group which hosted a webinar on March 7 called, “What is CRT and its impact on Loudoun County Schools.”

“Secret communications reviewed by the Daily Wire do not offer any evidence of racism by the group’s targets, or even attempt to,” Rosiak adds.

“Their opponents were apparently those who objected to, sought to debate, or were even simply ‘neutral’ about ‘critical race theory,’ (CRT) a radical philosophy opposed by many liberals and conservatives but increasingly embraced by governments.”

Critical race theory cult members say it is no longer enough to be “civil” to their opponents

Far-left school board member Beth Barts, a CRT cult member, was later censored and temporarily removed from all committee assignments by her colleagues after it was discovered that Barts had taken it upon herself to start targeting parents who opposed her agenda.

Barts’ “pattern of social media conduct” resulted in her and her fellow militants being outed for their behavior. On at least one occasion, Barts stated that “remaining civil” towards her opponents was failing to lead to her desired outcome, the suggestion being that it might be time for more aggressive civil unrest.

“Anyone know any hackers?” Barts asked after whining in a post about how she is “losing hope” in her ability to win her battle against concerned parents.

In response, members of the “Anti-Racist” group started flooding Barts with names of parents who oppose the CRT agenda, as well as information about where they live, who they work for, and the names of their family members.

A similar situation is taking place in San Francisco where aggressive anti-white racists are trying to eliminate all traces of “whiteness” from the school system.

It appears as though Barts and her comrades might be guilty of violating a Virginia law that says, “Any person who commands, entreats, or otherwise attempts to persuade another person to commit a felony other than murder, shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony.” The local sheriff’s department would appear to agree, claiming evidence “of criminal activity intended to infringe First Amendment rights.”

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