The National School Boards Association on Friday apologized to the Biden Administration characterizing concerned parents at school meetings as potential domestic terrorists.
The letter came just one day after the Washington Free Beacon obtained emails revealing the Biden Regime was coordinating with the NSBA in the weeks leading up to the program targeting and attacking American parents. The NSBA wrote:
“On behalf of the NSBA, we regret and apologize for the letter. To be clear, the safety of school board members, other public school officials and educators, and students is our top priority, and there remains important work to be done on this issue. However, there was no justification for some of the language included in the letter.”
“We deeply value…the voices of parents, who should and must continue to be heard when it comes to decisions about their children’s education, health and safety.”
In response to the disgusting developments by the NSBA Ohio and Missouri have terminated their National School Boards Association membership.
The Ohio School Board Association (OSBA) cited the NSBA’s letter to Biden as the reason.
Missouri did the same. Check it out -> https://t.co/SZHX0TiS09
— ABC 17’s Zach Boetto (@ABC17Zach) October 26, 2021
Missouri also terminated its membership with the radical national organization.
The Missouri School Board Association board of directors has withdrawn the association’s participation in the National School Boards Association due to the NSBA’s recent actions, including the letter to the White House.
Officials say the NSBA has demonstrated it does not currently align with MSBA’s guiding principles of local governance.
In a release, the MSBA officials said,
We also believe that no school board member or educator should ever have to endure threats of violence or acts of intimidation against themselves or their families for making these difficult decisions. However, attempting to address that issue with federal intervention should not be the first step in most cases, and is antithetical to our long-standing tradition of local control. Further, the use of inflammatory terms in the NSBA letter is not a model for promoting greater civility and respect for the democratic process.
The organization says that the withdrawal from the NSBA will not affect the MSBA programs and services.