The ragtag patrol in Worcester is having a meltdown because their campaign to destroy and fire overly qualified superintendent Maureen Binienda went up in flames last night when she got a three year contract extension and a standard 3% raise. All the protesting was in vain, because no one fell for their bullshit. They hilariously attempted to stop it from happening last night by chanting outside the chamber doors for 3 hours.
This is why these people always lose. Because they don’t know how the system works. You don’t get shit done by yelling and holding signs. You get shit done by writing polite emails and lobbying your elected officials. Notice Joyce McNickles and creepy Kevin Ksen were leading the charge there. Joyce is a childless race baiting hag from Sutton who has no connection to Worcester. She is here to profit off of us, and sought to gain financially by removing the superintendent so that she could come in and teach diversity training. Kevin Ksen was there because he’s creepy and likes to hang around school kids.
The vote was 5-2, and you should be paying attention if you live in Worcester and are voting in November. These three members deserve your vote because they stood up to the mob, didn’t attempt to appease their race baiting bullshit, and voted yes:
- Brian O’Connell
- John Monfredo
- Diana Biancheria
Molly McCullough and Joe Petty also voted yes, but they don’t deserve your vote. They are both gutless frauds who knew the entire time they were going to vote for her, but straddled the fence and still condemned her in order to appease this mob of race hustling losers like Dan Margolis and Isabel Gonzalez-Webster.
Though Petty voted for Binienda’s contract, he criticized her handling of the racial disparity issue, as well as sex ed and the busing contract, on the School Committee floor.
“I’ve been frustrated on so many issues in the past month or so,” he said.
Vice Chairwoman Molly McCullough similarly called for more transparency and communication with the community from the superintendent, but still said she supported her.
Shut up. The racial disparity issue for suspensions is the same as it was when Melinda Boone was ruining our schools. Kids who commit suspendable offenses get suspended. It’s not racist if a disproportionate amount of those students are Latino. That’s an issue that should be addressed by the parents who are doing such a shitty job raising them.
Jack Foley also voted no, but hid behind the lie that he was doing so because he thought it should’ve been a shorter contract. The fact of the matter is that Foley is a Clark University SJW who wanted to appease the mob of race baiters. He’s just sackless like Molly and Petty and didn’t have the minerals to accuse her of racism.
But Dante Comparetto did, and he was his usual embarrassing self last night (read about Dante’s greatest hits here):
Mr. Comparetto, who punctuated his vote with a “hell no,” said the committee should be ashamed to award Ms. Binienda a new contract.
Of course his official vote was “hell no.” Dante is a street trash junkie that somehow got elected to the School Committee. His last arrest happened just a couple years before he got elected, he had to campaign on his bike because he doesn’t have a license, he urged kids to skip school when Trump got elected, he wrote himself a racist letter even though he’s white so that he could be the victim of a hate crime, he proposed a bizarre sex curriculum that teaches 11 year olds how to cup each other’s balls, his campaign manager was communist Red Danny Margolis, he repeatedly violated the rules while putting on a show at meetings, and he proudly once said that he dropped out of high school when he thought he had AIDS. When you elect someone like that they vote “hell no.”
But the REAL fun happened this afternoon when Dante took to Facebook to deliver one of the most hilarious, immature, and insane resignation notices in the history of politics:
I have a feeling he’s going to regret this and delete it, because he’s a complete psychopath. So here’s the screenshots:
Let it be known far and wide – Turtleboy murdered Dante Comparetto’s soul. We rallied the troops behind Mrs. Binienda, we were the only media outlet in town that stood up to and called out the mob, and the only media outlet that stood up for teachers when he called them racist. The whole time him and Red Danny pretended like Turtleboy doesn’t have influence in this city anymore, and it turns out we do. Dante is leaving the School Committee because we made him leave. He knows he has a 0.0% chance of getting elected. Especially after he said these things in that post:
As we saw last night and the last few meetings, we are not just dealing with a few bigots. It was a disgusting sight to behold- we had the white teachers union taking up the whole gallery while the Teamsters were keeping communities of color out of the room and attempting to intimidate School Committee members into supporting the superintendent.
The chambers were filled with teachers and principals there to support Mrs. Binienda, and this freaking MORON calls them “bigots” and refers to them as “the white teachers union.”
— Kevin Ksen (@pdmt99) May 10, 2019
He then accused the Teamsters of using fear and intimidation to force the School Committee to vote their way, and said they kept out all the black and brown people. The best part? Both the teachers union and the Teamsters endorsed him 18 months ago. It’s still the pinned post on his page:
What. A. Maroon.
I’m glad they’ve come to their senses, but the teacher’s union and Teamsters should probably read Turtleboy more. We’ve been exposing this nutjob for the last 3-4 years. Anyone who reads Turtleboy saw this one coming.
And this one:
As a man of ethics and principles, I cannot remain a part of a body that is morally corrupt, a committee representing a very racist community.
He just called the entire city of Worcester a “very racist community.” Political suicide. His meltdown is delicious.
Here’s a couple more I’ll quickly point out that gave me a chuckle:
Nobody likes to talk about this sad truth publicly. The way we fund schools, the way we limit programming, the arts and sports, the kids who get disciplined, the kids who get field trips and AP classes and the kids who get test-prepped, the kids who go on to college – are still divided along racial lines.
Sports? The Worcester Tech State Championship basketball team had like, half a white kid. The kids who get disciplined are the ones who break the rules. The kids who take AP classes and go to college are the ones who have the grades to do it and sign up for it. But yea, racism, for sure.
When communities of color bring up their experiences in our schools, it is a shame that we continue to disregard them.
Newsflash – 9 kids Red Danny brainwashed into yelling at a door do not represent “communities of color” as a whole.
Just look at that state of our public dialogue, the false narratives, the vitriol.
You literally just called the entire city of Worcester racist, and said that there are “crazy amounts of racism” in the schools. You are the kind of false narratives and vitriol.
Democracy is dying when we make sure certain people have no political voice: When we make deals behind closed doors, keep people from speaking in public meetings, when subcommittee meetings are delayed or canceled, when decisions are made in executive session, the lack of communication, when the Superintendent is no longer accountable to the School Committee and to the public, the School Committee is no longer given the opportunity to function in its role to serve the best interests of the students.
- They had a voice. They haven’t shut up about it for the last 3 months.
- They’ve all spoken at public meetings.
- Democracy is mob rule. Your gang of losers was vastly outnumbered and you lost.
Anyway, I know you’re reading this Dante, so I just wanna remind you that I won and you lost. Good defeated evil. Your reign of terror will come to an end in a few months, and we’ll all look back on that time when the far left version of Mike Gaffney got elected to run the schools.
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