Hooray for Phil Hands of the Wisconsin State Journal!
Blaska does not know where he will be sitting at the April meeting of the Madison Board of Education. The Lord willing and the creek don’t rise, it will be on the stage of McDaniel Auditorium elbow-to-elbow with superintendent Jen Cheatham and her guilty white privilege. If not, back in the cheap seats. Either way, Blaska today makes this promise and repeats this plea:
First, the promise: Blaska will call 911. I will summon the police if the usual gang of social justice warriors once again disrupts the lawful proceedings of our democratically elected representatives. Central District MPD is on notice.
This is not an idle
threat promise. I have done it before. Blaska instructed a seat mate at the October 29 meeting to call police. Officers responded but not before the school board and top administrators fled into the night like adolescent car jackers.
The last two monthly meetings have ended much the same way. Drowned out by the anti-police vigilantes, the governing body of Madison’s 27,149 public school students and 5,468 employees retreated behind locked doors, under guard.
Blaska repeats this plea: Arrest the ringleaders. Charge them, at the least, with misdemeanor disorderly conduct. The ringleaders are readily identifiable. After the October 29 meeting, Blaska and three other citizens singled one of them out by name, by personal witness. We provided recorded video evidence. We swore out a complaint with Central MPD. District attorney Ismael Ozanne refuses to prosecute.
No, do not pull them out during their protest. They want to play the martyr. They will chant “the whole world is watching.” They will allege personal injury, police brutality, and rampant fascism. Be smart about it. Announce before the meeting that no interruptions will be tolerated. That the meeting is recorded. That disruptors will be charged. We know where you work, we will visit you tomorrow. Freedom Inc. has offices on Park Street.
When Blaska met with D.A. Ozanne on December 3 about the charges he refuses to file, I said that someone from an organization called “Proud Boys” asked if I wished them to show up at the next school board meeting. Unfamiliar with the term, I Googled it to find that they were involved in the Charlottesville incident. I e-mailed back that “No way!” Told Ozanne that Blaska has no standing with the Proud Boys; they may make their own decision.
I received this post Thursday on my
“Blaska For Safer Schools” Facebook Page
Blaska’s Bottom Line: It is no wonder that a school board unable to keep order at its own meetings cannot control chaos in the classroom. If something isn’t done soon, this could escalate. Will someone please heed this warning?