You probably already know that the left has created a well-oiled machine to install left-leaning school board members throughout the nation. Teachers unions funnel ridiculous amounts of funding to ensure that leftists dominate as many school boards as possible from the outset. However, what you may not know is that the left has created an equally effective machine to control school board members once they take office. This not only provides key tactical knowledge to leftist members, but it also has the effect of persuading other school board members who might otherwise be on the fence about important votes.
Let me give you an idea of how this works by walking you through the typical process of what happens after you get elected to your local school board. You likely will get contacted by your state school board association congratulating you on your victory and inviting you on an all-expenses paid trip to a fun destination in your state to receive “important training.” Being an outsider who is new to running a school board, you’ll eagerly accept the invitation for important training.
Once you arrive at this swanky gathering, you will be indoctrinated without even knowing it. The trainers won’t be blue-haired crazies who rant about the moral benefits of stocking school libraries with pornographic books. Instead, you will be assured by smartly dressed lawyer-types that it would be unconstitutional for you to pull books off of school shelves. They will say with certainty that you will be subjected to a federal investigation if you don’t affirm a student’s transgender identity while hiding it from their parents. They will tell you that firing teachers for indoctrinating students will bring a litany of non-discrimination lawsuits. None of these things may be true, but it won’t matter. The “experts” will convince you to surrender your ability to run your school district before you even have a chance to make a difference.
If conservatives want to fight back against this well-oiled leftist indoctrination machine for school board members, we must develop a resistance to relying on the “experts” who offer us “important training.” The voters elect our representatives to run our schools, not these so-called “experts.” We must demand representation of our community values.