And boom goes the dynamite in San Francisco:

From NPR:

Voters in San Francisco recalled three members of the school board on Tuesday following a tumultuous period that included fights over remote learning, renaming schools, a First Amendment lawsuit and changes to the admissions process at the city’s most elite public high school. Early results showed that voters overwhelmingly supported removing the three members of the board, with people voting yes in each measure by at least 72%.

“Lesson learned,” indeed:

And good riddance:

“It was not even close”:

This is what democracy looks like, right?

And it should be a wake-up call to Dems everywhere when San Francisco is booting school board members for being too progressive:

Replacement board members will be chosen by San Francisco Mayor London Breed. From the NY Times:

The vote stripped the members, Alison Collins, Gabriela López and Faauuga Moliga, of their positions on the seven-person board, which Ms. Lopez served as president. They will be replaced by members chosen by Mayor London Breed.

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