“FJB” and “Let’s Go Brandon” became rallying cries for Americans sick of Democrats and their Big Tech and media elite pals crackdowns on free speech.
The spirit of the slogans helped lead to Democrats defeat in the nationally-watched Virginia elections last month.
Now, you’ll want to hang “FJB” Christmas ornaments when you hear what happened to this group who tried to silence Americans.
The Republican sweep in the Virginia elections last month definitely put Democrats on notice.
Virginians took up the cause behind the “FJB” and “Let’s Go Brandon” rallying cries for many reasons.
Notably in the Old Dominion, parents were angry at what is happening in the school systems and how their children are being treated.
A final straw for many was Joe Biden’s Attorney General announcing the administration’s launch of an FBI task force to investigate parents who spoke out at school board meetings.
Earlier this year the National School Boards Association (NSBA) sent a letter to Joe Biden and his staff demanding they take federal legal action against parents who are concerned about their children’s education.
The NSBA almost immediately saw backlash from local chapters for the move, with many saying it colluded in the plot with the Biden administration.
And the backlash continues to grow.
Now, Alabama has become the latest state to dump this association for its vicious attacks against parents.
The Alabama Association of School Boards is the latest state to remove itself from the National School Boards Association.
The National School Boards Association’s letter, once released to the public, set off a firestorm and already enraged parents began demanding action.
Now, in the wake of the letter, many states are choosing to sever ties with NSBA.
Executive Director of the Alabama Association of School Boards, Sally Smith, said in a recent interview that the withdrawal was due to “longstanding concerns.”
“The letter to the President and subsequent events was really the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back,” Smith continued.
Smith also said that the AASB was already struggling to represent the needs of Alabama school board members.
It was an obvious decision to cut ties when the national organization’s leaders went behind state leaders’ backs to demand that the Biden administration use “domestic terrorism” laws to target parents who want to hold school boards accountable, the AASB dumped the NSBA.
Smith said, like the heads of many other state school board associations, that they were totally unaware of the letter sent by the national organization until it was made public.
At least twenty seven school board associations have publicly distanced themselves from NSBA because of the letter to date.
Unmuzzled News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.