Daily Wire host Matt Walsh addressed the Loudoun County School board for the second time on Tuesday in a fiery speech after the varsity board applied excessive obstacles making an attempt to stop people from addressing the board.
The Loudoun County School Board introduced new necessities in order for people to attend the varsity board assembly. The necessities embrace that: people should reside in Loudoun County and present a type of ID which is usually a driver’s license with a Loudoun County residency, a rental lease settlement or mortgage for a Loudoun County resident, a scholar ID, report automotive, amongst different ID types.
The necessities have been in response to the Daily Wire host’s announcement that he was organizing a protest titled “Stand Up For Your Kids” on the subsequent college board assembly.
In gentle of the brand new necessities, Walsh turned a resident of Loudoun County and introduced a lease settlement to the assembly.
“They only give you 60 seconds to speak, they won’t show the speakers on the livestream, they make you wear a mask, and all of that after requiring ID and proof of residence to enter. They put up every obstacle they could but I still said my piece,” Walsh stated in a Twitter submit on Tuesday.
Walsh held nothing again throughout his minimal time on the ground addressing the Nashville School Board:
“I would thank you all for allowing me to speak tonight but you tried not to allow it. Yet, here I am,” Walsh stated to the board.
“Now you only give us 60 seconds, so let me get to the point. You are all child abusers,” Walsh continued. “You prey upon impressionable children and indoctrinate them into your insane ideological cult. A cult which holds many fanatical views, but none so deranged as the idea that boys are girls and girls are boys.”
“By imposing this vile nonsense on students to the point even forcing a young girl to share locker rooms with boys, you deprive these kids of safety and privacy and something more fundamental, too–which is truth. If education is not grounded in truth then it is worthless. Worse, it is poison.”
“You are poison. You are predators. I can see why you try to stop us from speaking. You know that your ideas are indefensible. You silence the opposing side because you have no argument. You can only hide under your beds like pathetic little gutless cowards, hoping we’ll shut up and go away. But we won’t. I promise you that,” Walsh concluded.
Loudoun County college board conferences have emerged as a battleground for folks and academics over the establishment of crucial race idea in colleges. On June 22, protests at a college board assembly resulted in a person being arrested.