says another victim of Madison’s race warriors.
They know where you live
Sometime during the dark of night (June 4-5) the race warriors “visited” the private home of Gloria Reyes, president of the Madison WI school board. They’re the same ones who have been holding up drive-time traffic and justifying the nightly broken glass and looting.
Two nights ago they hit Sheriff Dave Mahoney’s home.
“Its a little disturbing they came to my house,” Reyes tells a Facebook live podcast.
“Just waking up. This is what is in my yard,” Reyes narrates this morning (06-05-2020) as she displays a lawn littered with desecrated American flags, F-bombs, and Black Lives Matter doggerel. “They wanted to send a strong message to me last night.”
“Stop murdering black people and your glass will be safe.” — M. Adams, co-executive director of Freedom Inc.
Earlier on Thursday evening protesters massed in front of her house with bullhorns and sloganeering. Protest organizers Freedom Inc. has been agitating for the removal of police as school resource officers. Reyes covered that live as well.
“Just because I don’t agree we should take cops out of schools does not mean I’m not concerned about the challenges and issue sin policing and how we treat black people. … If we take officers out of our schools, do we honestly think that calls won’t happen? I’d rather we protect our kids …
“This division in this community, we all need to stop. … I have been fighting for our black and brown kids since the beginning.”
In the aftermath of these close encounters with the Marxist kind, Reyes, an hispanic woman and former deputy to mayor Paul Soglin, posted on her social media page: “Shout out to all the MMSD teachers and staff who have reached out to me and my daughter to check on our health and well being.”
Blaska’s Bottom Line: This is intimidation, not persuasion.