Editor’s Note: I was the one who called this superintendent a douchebag, not the parent who wrote the email. Duh.
I have an update on the story published earlier about Duxbury Middle School principal Sarah McGuire forcing students to watch a propaganda video glorifying BLM protesters including Colin Kaepernick, for kneeling during the National Anthem. Superintendent John Antonucci has responded to an email from the parent (who is also running for State rep in town) in which he explains that he fully supports this principal’s decision.
They’re feeding kids anti-cop propaganda because it’s “widely broadcast on television.” He actually said that. If it’s on TV then it’s OK for the Duxbury Public Schools to force your kids to watch it.
“To shield our students from a topic that is so pervasive in our country would be irresponsible.”
What’s irresponsible is presenting BLM as something kids have to get behind. What’s irresponsible is only showing one side of the issue. What’s irresponsible is teaching kids a lie that they live in a racist country filled with racist police officers. What’s irresponsible is to tell them that if they don’t support BLM then they don’t support black lives.
“We will continue to address topics that may make some people uncomfortable.”
Cool. When will the kids be shown the uncomfortable police report showing Jacob Blake digitally raping his children’s mother, then smelling his fingers and saying, “smells like you’ve been with other men?” When will the uncomfortable topic be broached about the criminal justice system that allowed the murderers of Ron Tarentino, Michael Chesna, and Sean Gannon to remain free despite lengthy criminal records? When will you be talking about the murder of David Dorn at the hands of BLM protesters? When will you point out that Colin Kaepernick has never voted before? When will you discuss the data that shows that these protesters are protesting an injustice (racist cops hunting down black people for no reason) that simply doesn’t exist?
“Meant to be inspiring and motivating.”
Does these things look inspiring and motivating?
During a Black Lives Matter Protest in Washington DC, a speaker tells a crowd to attack a woman because she’s white. pic.twitter.com/AkxWjNcGPq
— Brendon Leslie (@BrendonLeslie) September 9, 2020
A Stop and Shop opposite the 5th Precinct police station in #Minneapolis. A fire is burning inside the back of the shop, while people are looting it. This is 10:47pm. The shop eventually burns down. pic.twitter.com/NWY8kKIHzs
— Charlotte Cuthbertson (@charlottecuthbo) May 30, 2020
Extraordinary new meme by media and Democrats that “looting is not violence.” Tell that to widow and family of retired police Captain David Dorn, killed during looting in St Louis. Looting and violence go hand in hand. Americans know this! https://t.co/NlC4bnCx7Z
— David Asman (@DavidAsmanfox) September 2, 2020
— Charles (@Charles93644862) June 2, 2020
Black Lives Matter started a riot in this Dallas establishment with the sole purpose of creating chaos and anarchy. They wrecked the entire restaurant. pic.twitter.com/URV0eIYVPK
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 15, 2020
I interviewed this business owner the morning after BLM and Antifa rioters burned his office supply store to the ground
This is a good man that has been the target of domestic terrorists
He’s not alone, many more victims of far left violence remain financially broken pic.twitter.com/m2qn1O8RNe
— ELIJAH RIOT (@ElijahSchaffer) September 9, 2020
no justice no peace. #BLMprotest #BLMAntifaTerroristsThugs #BLMRiots #BLMBurnLootMurder #BLMTerrrorist #BLMprotests #AntifaRiots #AntifaBLMDomesticTerrorists #AntifaTerrorist
>RT https://t.co/2kmOrISmiP pic.twitter.com/kkZxMsQanc
— Michael Scott (@MihaelScott) September 9, 2020
— @SCOOTERCASTER (FNTV) (@ScooterCasterNY) September 5, 2020
Business owners in Minneapolis riot zones discover cost of demolition far exceeds what their insurance policies allow. It's only the latest setback for family-owned businesses impacted by unrest following the death of George Floyd.https://t.co/FKEgYvUGH9 pic.twitter.com/R4GQBGAJFz
— KARE 11 (@kare11) September 1, 2020
What are the Duxbury Public Schools inspiring kids to do? Burn down black owned businesses, assault cops, murder people, and hate police? This is what the DPS is teaching their students? Did he not get the memo that BLM is no longer widely popular like it was three months ago?
Among registered voters
Black Lives Matter support today is 5% *lower* than it was before the George Floyd Riots
While BLM saw a huge spike when Floyd died those gains were not only erased but gains made before were erased as well
The BLM Riots backfired BAD pic.twitter.com/A1alblm7sJ
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) September 7, 2020
We cannot allow black lives matter to become mainstreamed in our public institutions. You can’t give these people small victories in the culture war because they never give it back. You gave them transgender bathrooms and then they wanted drag queen story hour. You gave them confederate statues and then they demanded Thomas Jefferson and Ulysses Grant. You gave them colleges, the media, and Hollywood because you could just ignore those things. But now they want the public schools that you pay for to become BLM brainwashing institutions. Don’t let it happen. Email the superintendent and School Committee that hired him to let them know that you support police and don’t think it’s appropriate for kids to be brainwashed into distrusting them.
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