Parents protesting CRT arrested at Loudoun County school board meeting after it was declared an ‘unlawful assembly’

After the Loudoun County School Board abruptly killed public commenting last night over all the criticisms of them for allowing Critical Race Theory to be taught, we told you the crowd was upset and booed.

Well it turns out parents were so unhappy they began disrupting the meeting by singing the National Anthem:


Eventually the school board ended the meeting and the Loudon County sheriff’s office declared the protesting parents an unlawful assembly and told them to leave. Two parents were arrested because they wouldn’t leave:

This is what happens when you silence the voices of parents trying to stop this CRT garbage from being taught in schools. The problem for these parents is that there won’t be another election choosing school board members for a couple more years. They are elected every four years and the last election was in 2019. Short of recalling them, if that’s even possible, all they can do is keep speaking out against this and motivating the county citizens to get rid of these board members in 2023.

UPDATE: Here’s more on what happened at the meeting from Fox and Friends this morning:

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