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“WE WILL FIND YOU!”: Parents Storm and Overwhelm TN School Board Meeting Over Mask Mandates


Parents in Tennessee stormed a school board meeting to hold their leaders accountable.

Several hundred parents showed up and totally overwhelmed the meeting.

At first, the school board attempted to kick out participants for not wearing masks.

But then the parents just started storming out of the meeting on their own!

See the intense moment below:


That was just the beginning.

Things got a lot more heated as the evening went on.

Several parents followed school board members and healthcare experts to their cars.

See the stunning video footage below:

Keep in mind that these are organic protests.

Unlike BLM, there is no “dark money” being funneled to stir up these protests.

These protesters do not having the backing of the mainstream media.

Instead, these parents are organizing on their own to make sure their voices are heard in their local school system!


We don’t know about you…

But to us, this reminds us of the pre-Tea Party days.

There’s a lot of grassroots energy just waiting to organize and spark a nationwide movement.

Things got so heated that even CNN covered the story:

Heated arguments spilled out into the parking lot Tuesday night after a school board in a suburban Tennessee county approved a temporary requirement for masks in elementary schools due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

As debates over masks in US schools have reemerged as the academic year begins, the Board of Education in Williamson County, just south of Nashville, approved the mask requirement for elementary school students, staff and visitors inside all buildings and on buses beginning Thursday and ending September 21, according to information from the school district.

With the highly contagious Delta variant, Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations among children have been on the rise. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends students from kindergarten through grade 12 wear masks in school, along with teachers and visitors, while the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends masks in schools for everyone over age 2.

And real-life evidence about masks leaves little doubt that they work.

During the Tennessee school board’s special session, parents on both sides of the mask issue shared strong opinions.

“At my hospital, we’re seeing otherwise healthy people in their 30s and 40s getting sick, and the case counts are going up exponentially and some are dying,” said Dr. Britt Maxwell, an internal medicine specialist who later told CNN he went to the meeting because “my children are at risk.”

“We have to do everything we can to protect the whole community, and that means the people in this room that don’t agree with me and their kids in the classrooms,” Maxwell said at the meeting. “If we don’t do this, we’re going to have school shutdowns and quarantines and needless tragedies, and I don’t want that for my community.”

One parent, who identified himself as Daniel Jordan, a former Marine, told the board, “Actions have consequences. If you vote for this, we will come for you, in a nonviolent way. … In the past, you dealt with sheep; now prepare yourself to deal with lions.”

Jennifer King, a parent and pediatric intensive care physician, said, “As a pediatric ICU physician, we are seeing more younger previously healthy children admitted with respiratory failure and acute respiratory distress syndrome than we have in prior strains, as cases in children are on the rise. This trend will only worsen if we don’t act now.”
During the meeting, the crowd cheered, clapped and booed, and people holding signs were at one point asked to clear the room.

Outside, crowds heckled masked people as they left the session, with one man saying, “We know who you are. You can leave freely, but we will find you,” video obtained by CNN shows. A Williamson County Sheriff’s Office sergeant could be seen imploring the crowd to be peaceful.

“It was shocking,” Maxwell told CNN on Thursday morning. Maxwell left the meeting early, after the public speaking portion, he said. The energy in the room was “hot,” he said, and he knew “things were going to get a lot worse.”

Maxwell and his wife, who is also a medical professional, braced themselves before walking outside, he said. “I took my wife’s arm and I said, ‘Just remember, no matter what they say, these are the lives we’re trying to save.'”

There was a crowd chanting when they stepped outside, Maxwell said. Someone approached him, “put their hand in my face and called me a traitor.”

“I don’t see how anyone can say that when I’ve been on the front lines of this pandemic since the beginning, treating patients in rooms, unvaccinated for the vast majority of it, hoping I wouldn’t take it home to my family. And for someone to say that, it’s mind-blowing,” he told CNN.

Maxwell didn’t see video of the encounters outside the meeting until the next morning, and it scared him, he said, adding it’s not acceptable to threaten or harass people.

Asked if he feels safe, Maxwell said he likes to believe the outburst of anger was the result of a few people who lost control of their emotions.

While the mainstream media is calling this a “heated” protest, notice how the protesters only used their words.

There were no fires, looting, or violence —- unlike the BLM riots we saw all of last year!


Despite the peaceful protests, Joe Biden has chosen to speak out and condemn the parents who are looking out for their children and their freedom.

This is proof that Biden and his administration are politicizing everything, including COVID.

Local WSMV news confirms that Joe Biden weighed in:

The president discussed the viral video of parents in Williamson County heckling others after a school board meeting this week.

During a heated, hours-long meeting on Tuesday, the Williamson County School Board approved a measure to require all elementary school students to wear a mask. Following the meeting, the video shows parents chasing and yelling at board members in the parking lot.

“This isn’t about politics; this is about keeping our children safe,” President Joe Biden said.

Biden addressed the video at the start of a news conference. He had a strong message for everyone involved in the Williamson County incident. He made it clear that masks mandates are not about politics.

“I saw a video and reports from Tennessee of protestors threatening doctors and nurses who were before a school board, making the case that to keep kids safe, they’re should be mandatory masks. As they walked out, they were threatened,” Biden said. “You know our healthcare workers are heroes. They were the heroes when there was no vaccine. Many of them gave their lives trying to save others. And they’re heroes again with the vaccine.”

The president also thanked all the local leaders, teachers, and superintendents for taking a stand and making decisions to put safety protocols in place for children.

If Biden truly wanted to make a difference, he wouldn’t try to politicize this issue.

Yet, he has somehow found a way to put himself in the middle of the controversy.

Do you miss Trump yet?


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