By Robert Knight – The Washington Times
The left may finally have overreached and stirred a sleeping giant — parents.
In Loudoun County, Virginia, where six school board members are facing a recall campaign, the board unanimously voted to shut down public comment at a meeting this past week where 250 parents had signed up to speak.
They did so after Republican former state Sen. Dick Black let the board have it with both barrels in his brief turn at the microphone. He began by addressing the case of Christian teacher Tanner Cross, who had been suspended after telling the board at a previous hearing that he would not address boys as girls and vice versa.
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