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Local School Board Official Slams Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Speaking at an education conference Saturday, Susan Curlee, a Tennessee school board official, detailed her struggle to unravel what she says is a vast left-wing conspiracy to indoctrinate children.

    “They’re looking out for what is best for the teachers union, best for the Democratic Party and best for those that agree and will be complicit to the wishes,” Curlee declared in a video released as part of this year’s Concerned Educators Against Forced Unionism Conference.

    The CEAFU, a project of the National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation, aims at challenging compulsory unionism in education. For Curlee, her battle against union and Democrat interests began when her two young daughters were going through elementary school.

    In a little over two years, Curlee saw her local school drastically change. The teachers that didn’t retire in large numbers began looking stressed and on edge — as if they were afraid of something. This drove Curlee to run for her local school board in the hopes of finding out what was wrong and fixing it. What she found was far worse than originally thought.

    “We were up against a tremendous force that was backed by a teachers union and also by SEIU,” Curlee recalled. “Turns out the NEA, AFT and SEIU have been partnering.”

    Despite alleged intimidation tactics and very hostile efforts against her, she was able to win the election and become a member of the local school board. The problems, however, didn’t stop there.

    “After the election was over, and I had an opportunity to have some space and time to breath, it still bothered me,” Curlee noted. “Who were these people and what was it that drove them to come after an ordinary person?”...

    ...“I was placed in a room, isolated from all the other school board members,” she noted. “The School Board attorney was assigned to my room.”

    “Over fifty parents crowded into that room, most of them members of this group Williamson Strong,” she continued. “They stayed for over an hour, they were hostile, accusatory.”

    After threatening to press charges and go to the media over what happened that night, the records finally appeared. She discovered that the superintendent had allegedly used his authority and school resources to benefit the unions and candidates they supported.

    “School resources were also used to research the children of candidates who were running,” Curlee said. “They weren’t just looking at us; they were looking at our children.”