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School Edits Video of Conservative Board Member’s EPIC Speech
Keller ISD’s monthly board meeting took place on Monday night. Unlike the typical meeting with 1 or 2 speakers, this meeting came with 35 speakers and news cameras rolling after sexually inappropriate books were found throughout the district in recent weeks.
This was the first school board meeting in the DFW suburb since it was revealed that the entire district is flooded with smut and rape fantasy books, a sort of garnish to the main dish of critical race theory.
One board member, Dr. Charles Randklev, who appears to be the lone conservative, gave a fiery speech about the question of books in the library that was met with roaring applause from the audience.
But you wouldn’t know that, because the school district edited the applause out of the official video.
Watch the speech that had to be censored below:
I don’t know which book it is his daughter brought home. Most of these books have just been unbelievable.
Many school districts are in denial that they could have been doing something wrong. In an effort to maintain control, many are resorting to any kind of censorship they can get away with. Here we see they want to hide the fact that the points Randklev was making were wildly popular.
Why else would they replace raucous applause with fake silence when the speaker was an elected board member. They are trying to control the narrative.
Elsewhere, boards are banning comments criticizing school employees and then getting sued.
Boards are having parents who criticize them arrested.
This is a war.
It’s a war for your mind, it’s a war for your children’s minds and souls, and it’s an ideological war to control Texas.
Conservatism and critical theory progressivism are completely incompatible. We now know unequivocally that this leftist agenda seeks to brazenly sexualize children. They’ve been caught doing this everywhere.
Believe me when I say that sex with children is just the appetizer for what these leftists will unleash in Texas unless they are stopped.