… for her own safety
Faye Wollaeger writes: This was the meeting that I attended to show my support for educational resource officers remaining in the Madison Wi public high schools. I filed this to show the treatment that David Blaska endured throughout the meeting. After speaking in support of the police, I was surrounded by anti-police demonstrators and had my phone ripped from my hand and thrown to the ground. The person who damaged my phone appears for a brief second near the end of the video.
The mob violence done to Madison parent Faye Wollaeger and her son was worse than we thought. (“Left’s anti-cop thuggery gets physical“)
While this bloggeur was hemmed in by Freedom Inc.’s social justice terrorists in the front of the auditorium he could see another group swarming Mrs. Wollaeger.
That frightening scene is pictured on Page One of Thursday’s WI State Journal.
Mrs. W. told this Blogge that she was using her smart phone to record my predicament when five or six “activists” (as The Capital Times calls them) surrounded her and smacked the phone from her hands. She tells us that the screen of her $1,000 device is cracked and is difficult to operate.
“I’m going to have to get a new phone.” But worse is the terror she felt. Does she exaggerate?
She says a member of the ad hoc committee on EROs rushed down from the stage to rescue her. That would be Greg Rossetti, a Madison police officer who worked as an ERO at La Follette High School.
Rosetti, she says, told her: “Come with me; you got to get out of here.”
The ex-cop led mother and son to a break room in the Doyle administration building accompanied by two MMSD security guards. They locked the door against the social justice terrorists who followed.
“Because I [testified] I want police officers in school,” a thoroughly miffed Mrs. Wollaeger told Stately Blaska Manor.
She says one of the security guards witnessed the incident and corroborated her story to the police officer who showed up after 45 minutes.
Police in the high schools? We need police in the MMSD district administration building!
While awaiting police, Mrs. W. says the MMSD security guard told her “We’re all scared; we can’ t do anything until an officer shows up; we can’t touch [students] because everything is a potential lawsuit.”
Her husband picked her up but the political terrorists followed their son, a recent graduate of West H.S., to his ultimate frisbee match in Fitchburg. The son tried to lose his pursuers by following a circuitous route but ultimately got the license number of the car.
“I’m worried they are going to come to my house,” Faye Wollaeger told me tonight (07-19-18). I’m looking at moving out of the district, Madison has turned into such a crap show.
“After all the taunts and accusations hurled at me, I never knew I was a white supremacist before last night,” she laughed bitterly.
Tell the Madison school board you want cops in the high schools, in the middle schools and at the school board meetings!