OK, Loudon County, we meet again. This is the school district where former and current teachers were making a list of parents who oppose the schools’ adoption of curricula based on critical race theory and seeking spies and hackers to “infiltrate” and silence parents’ communications on platforms such as Facebook and websites. And it’s the same district where school board members said they were at “war” with parents over CRT.
The school board had a meeting last night and was set on fire with this righteous speech against CRT:
#Loudouncounty parents brought the 🔥🔥🔥 at the school board meeting tonight.
— Ian Prior (@iandprior) May 12, 2021
Who is this woman? Somebody please put me in touch.
— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) May 12, 2021
She’s a rockstar.
— Barbara Bridwell (@BarbieKayB) May 12, 2021
— Kourtney (@MericanMomma10) May 12, 2021
I love this woman and from the bottom of my heart, I have such gratitude for her strength and honesty. 🙏
— There is NO PLAN (Simone)⚔️ (@SFMommyDearest) May 12, 2021
She was full of righteous anger and it was glorious. Well done mom, way to defend our children!!
— Bex 🇺🇸🗽 (@bexneffect) May 12, 2021
That's the anger of a mom who found out her kids are being told that they are different because of their race. The wokes made this personal and now normal people are ready to put an end to it.
— Second Foundation (@2ndFdn) May 12, 2021
Power to this woman. Awesome. MLK would be proud of her.
— Gain of Function Viking (@Cloudnician) May 12, 2021
— Cheerwino (@Cheerwino1) May 12, 2021
Thank you to this brave mother from another parent of a #LoudounCounty public school student. So well done. Our kids' public education needs an absolute overhaul, and it starts with good epistemology, which this union-dominated school system has abandoned in favor of politics.
— Allen Thornburgh (@AllenTburgh) May 12, 2021
This is how it's done. The seed starts here locally where the real power is, in people together, one cause, one school board, one city council and one county at a time.
— D.W.H. ☮️☯️🇺🇸🇺🇸🙉🙈🙊 (@dwhalsey1787) May 12, 2021
Damn is it finally happening. What a fucking champ.
— . (@keenanarmstrong) May 12, 2021
I wish I could directly tell her how proud I am of her! Take it to ‘em!!
— Hikaru (@HikaruTolScaeva) May 12, 2021
"Look at me!!" Loved that.
— SDAMFT (@Karyn74502517) May 12, 2021
Wow!! Who among us will rise up and unite all the citizens of our country? I think we found a leader.
— Jody Luke (@jodyjayhawk) May 12, 2021
Bringing the heat… ouch that’s hot 🙌
— criticaltanker2 (@criticaltanker2) May 12, 2021
Hell Yes! Amen sister!!! Preach it! pic.twitter.com/D09jYkRMgb
— KT-A Virginia Liberty Belle (@kt_liberty) May 12, 2021
That there my friends was a walk off.
— Jerry Wilhelm (@jwcalcat) May 12, 2021
I want to buy this lady several dinners. Damn. What a boss.
— Gell-Mann Corvaier (@Corvaier) May 12, 2021
Did we just become best friends?
— Elmer Wheeler (@Wheelsdadof3) May 12, 2021
One by one, the brave people who form the only real hope for a positive American future, are speaking up.
It warms my heart to see these enlightened young people.
— Liberal Frontier (@LiberalFrontier) May 12, 2021
All my respect and honor for this woman! I hope more parents will continue to speak out, and prevent Critical Race Theory from being enforced nationwide.
— Obscured Titan ⭐️COMMISSIONS OPEN⭐️ (@atheurer1) May 12, 2021
— Lizzie (@dias_cdk) May 12, 2021
She is just amazing! I love her. Retweet this over and over.
— Marilyn Poskitt (@marilyn_poskitt) May 12, 2021
Unfortunately I have no doubt that right this moment, people are hard at work looking for dirt on this woman and scheming up with creative ways to marginalize her message…
— MotoFlyy (@Motoflyy) May 12, 2021
We don’t doubt that one bit seeing what the teachers and school board have been up to already.
This woman just started a revolution
— Michelle Pollino (@Michellpollino) May 12, 2021
Report: Teachers and others compile a list of parents to expose them publicly for opposing critical race theory https://t.co/lIpjwR9AQH
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 16, 2021