Source: Patty McMurray

Democrats’ efforts to divide children by race in Virginia proved to be an epic fail. Despite threats against protesting parents from America’s top law enforcement official, AG Garland, moms, dads, and grandparents showed up in huge numbers to fight back against the racist teaching of CRT (Critical Race Theory) in public schools. Democrats underestimated the American people and their will to fight back against those who seek to divide us, and as a result, they were clobbered in three critical races for governor, lt. governor and attorney general in Virginia’s recent election.

Parents are also showing up in huge numbers to fight back against mask mandates for kids in counties and states across Amerifca. Moms, dads and grandparents are tired of watching their children and grandchildren being treated like second-class citizens over decisions made by unelected health department officials and elected school board officials.

Mask mandates for children in schools across America are another loser for Democrats, and their decision to keep them in place will likely have devastating long-lasting effects on their party. Forcing kids to wear masks to school will create an entire generation of Americans who know what it’s like to have an authoritarian government forcing them to cover their faces against their will, and will likely grow up to become activists against the Democrat Party.

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In Arizona, Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg and his father have been accused of taking extreme measures to ensure the district keeps masks on the faces of school children, including maintaining a secret online dossier that contains personal details about parents who opposed mask mandates and Critical Race Theory.

Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg

Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg’s access to the Google Drive file was revealed after he accidentally displayed the link in a screenshot he sent to a parent in a heated email chain.

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The drive contained files labeled ‘SUSD Wackos’ and ‘Anti Mask Lunatics’ among others in a sprawling database tracking the online activities of parents in the district.

The drive was set to public, allowing anyone with a link to view it, and the contents, including the Social Security numbers, financial information, and divorce records of parents, quickly set off a firestorm of calls for Greenburg to resign, according to AZ Free News.

The district blames Greenburg’s father Mark, who shares a home and computer with his son, for creating the bizarre dossier, and the school board president has denied involvement, vowing an investigation by ‘forensic IT staff’.

Greenburg’s whacked-out father can be seen in the video below admitting to parents that he’s hired a private investigator to check out parents who are protesting masks in public schools.

The existence of the Scottsdale dossier first came to light in August, when Jann-Michael Greenburg apparently sent a screenshot of a Facebook conversation to area resident Kim Stafford, accusing her of anti-Jewish sentiment.

Stafford dismissed the accusation in a reply, saying that Greenburg had read the conversation out of order and misinterpreted her post accusing someone else of anti-Islamic sentiment.

However, the mom noticed that at the top of the screenshot, a Google Drive address was visible, and when she entered the address into her browser, found that the cloud drive was publicly accessible.

The drive contains a disorganized collection of hundreds of screenshots of Facebook posts, memes mocking parents, and an investigative background report on certain parents

The drive has since been set to private, but a copy of its contents has been reviewed by

The sprawling drive contains folders with names including ‘SUSD Wackos,’ ‘Press Conference Psychos’ and ‘Anti Mask Lunatics.’