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Florida mom calls for mass exodus from the public school system in row over CRT and masks


A Florida mother has called for a mass exodus from the increasingly liberal public school system, saying it is parents’ only choice to avoid their kids being indoctrinated with CRT. 

Quisha King made the remarks on Thursday night at the Pray Vote Stand Summit, an event by the Family Research Council in Leesburg, Virginia. She was one of many speakers and panelists who spoke on stage about their efforts to squash woke agendas being pushed on schools and the military. 

King lives in Jacksonville, Florida, with her three children. The 40-year-old is an outspoken CRT critic who campaigns against it with her activist group, Moms For Liberty. She previously worked as a regional coordinator for the Republican National Committee and describes herself as a communications and marketing expert.

She voted Democrat until 2016, when she says she found God and stopped seeing her life purely through the lens of ‘being Black’. She started voting Republican afterwards. 

On Thursday, she said the Biden administration had become so forceful in its fight against conservative families that parents now face the prospect of having the FBI knock on their door while they’re making sandwiches for their kids if they disagree with woke school boards. 

She was referring to the recent memo by AG Merrick Garland that the FBI must now investigate reports of parents ‘threatening’ teachers they disagree with. Garland issued the memo on Monday in a shocking move that had Republicans across the board up in arms. They said it was the worst overreach yet on parents’ free speech. 

It was the final straw for King, who says now the only solution is to ‘pull kids out’ of schools.  

Since then she said it has escalated to the recent announcement by AG Merrick Garland that parents who are seen to be threatening teachers could face an FBI investigation and prosecution.  

‘I really think at this point, the only thing to do is have a mass exodus from the school system. That’s it,’ she said on Thursday night.

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Quisha King received a standing ovation on Thursday night from the audience the Pray Vote Stand Summit in Leesburg, Virginia, when she said the only thing to do was to carry out  a ‘mass exodus’ from the public school system to stop CRT being pushed on kids 

She was speaking on a panel called The Battle for America’s Classrooms: Fighting Indoctrination on a National Scale and had been asked how pervasive CRT was in public schools, and what the solution was. 

 ‘You do not have the right to indoctrinate our children. They are our children. They were given to us by God and you do not have the right to teach this nonsense. ‘It is infuriating that they think they do have the right to take our tax paying dollars, from our children, and then teach them garbage.

‘It is extremely pervasive. I don’t think parents realize just how pervasive it is. In Duval County, I found CRT workshops and events as far back as 2011.

‘Understanding that they are not kidding, this is not going away, the enemy has no chill and is advancing forward as fast – we can see it – we’re at home trying to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for your kids and the FBI could be knocking at your door because you said the wrong thing at a school board meeting.

‘These people are serious. They want to silence us and shut us down. I really think at this point, the only thing to do is have a mass exodus from the school system. That’s it.

‘I was talking to my Moms 4 Liberty group this morning and with this FBI thing, it just made me realize, what else are we supposed to do? Standing up to these people doesn’t matter. We’ve been at these school board meetings, we’ve been voicing our opinions, we’re writing articles, emailing teachers, we’re doing all that stuff and they don’t care.

King received a standing ovation from the crowd at the summit on Thursday night in Leesburg, Virginia

King received a standing ovation from the crowd at the summit on Thursday night in Leesburg, Virginia 

‘The only thing left to do is to just peace out. I think that will really send the message, when they can’t take the money for our child being in their school. It has to be us all doing it together, so maybe after we can all get together and figure out how we do it all at one time so it really sends the message.

King is a mother of three and anti-CRT advocate who lives in Jacksonville, Florida

King is a mother of three and anti-CRT advocate who lives in Jacksonville, Florida

‘You do not have the right to indoctrinate our children. They are our children. They were given to us by God and you do not have the right to teach this nonsense.

‘It is infuriating that they think they do have the right to take our tax paying dollars, from our children, and then teach them garbage. 

‘They don’t even bother to teach math, reading, science, language arts. They’re like let’s just give them CRT and teach them how to be little mini Marxists and activists.

‘No thank you, we don’t want that,’ King fumed. 

She went on to ask parents – of which there were hundreds in the audience – to meet with her after the event for them to discuss a logistical plan for pulling their kids out of school.  

‘That is, that’s all I got. That’s the only thing left to do honestly is just a mass exodus. We’ve just got to pull them out. It’s hard, it’s going to be tough but two things I believe we would put our lives on the line for; our faith and our children.

‘This is that moment. This is happening right before our eyes. This is the time. This is the revelation period it. It’s happening, this is not a show. I want to go down as standing up for what I believe in and I’m willing to put my life on the line for it,’ she said.

FLORIDA MOM CALLS FOR MASS EXODUS FROM WOKE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM TO SAVE KIDS FROM CRT 

When my daughter was asked what pronouns she wanted to be identified by in the first week of school, I was like what is going on this is crazy. 

She recorded a conversation in class that the teacher – they were supposed to be discussing books – she never got to the literature of the books, she just started sectioning the kids by their physical characteristics. As an African American child, Asian child how do you feel about this etc.

Critical Race Theory one of the tenants is that America is intrinsically racist, there’s nothing you can do to fix it. Apparently white people are the only ones who can commit the sin of racism. Everything about it is anti-biblical, anti-American and it’s just a flat out lie.

It’s just not true. You cannot have a country that has been moving towards racial reconciliation really from the beginnings and say that America is intrinsically racist – those two things just don’t go together.

The other tenant is any righteous act that white folks do is just to uplift white supremacy if you put your life on the line back in the day as a white person, they would say you’re just doing that to uplift white supremacy and racism.

You are willing to die to uplift white supremacy. It doesn’t make any sense

Those are a few of the tenants of CRT that explains a lot of it. 

It is extremely pervasive. I don’t think parents realize just how pervasive it is. In Duval County, I found CRT workshops and events as far back as 2011.

Understanding that they are not kidding, this is not going away, the enemy has no chill and is advancing forward as fast – we can see it – we’re at home trying to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for your kids and the FBI could be knocking at your door because you said the wrong thing at a school board meeting.

These people are serious. They want to silence us and shut us down. I really think at this point, the only thing to do is have a mass exodus from the school system. That’s it.

I was talking to my Moms 4 Liberty group this morning and with this FBI thing, it just made me realize, what else are we supposed to do? Standing up to these people doesn’t matter. We’ve been at these school board meetings, we’ve been voicing our opinions, we’re writing articles, emailing teachers, we’re doing all that stuff and they don’t care. The only thing left to do is to just peace out.

You know. I think that will really send the message when they can’t take the money for our child being in their school. It has to be us all doing it together, so maybe after we can all get together and figure out how we do it all at one time so it really sends the message.

You do not have the right to indoctrinate our children. They are our children. They were given to us by God and you do not have the right to teach this nonsense.

It is infuriating that they think they do have the right to take our tax paying dollars, from our children, and then teach them garbage. They don’t even bother to teach math, reading, science, language arts.

They’re like let’s just give them CRT and teach them how to be little mini Marxists and activists. No thank you, we don’t want that.

That is, that’s all I got. That’s the only thing left to do honestly is just a mass exodus. We’ve just got to pull them out. It’s hard, it’s going to be tough but two things I believe we would put our lives on the line for; our faith and our children. 

This is that moment. This is happening right before our eyes. This is the time. This is the revelation period it.

It’s happening, this is not a show. I want to go down as standing up for what I believe in and I’m willing to put my life on the line for it.

AG Merrick Garland issued this memo warning parents that they will face prosecution for protesting against schools and teachers in a way the government deems to be threatening. King said parents now run the risk of having the FBI knock on their door while they make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for their kids

AG Merrick Garland issued this memo warning parents that they will face prosecution for protesting against schools and teachers in a way the government deems to be threatening. King said parents now run the risk of having the FBI knock on their door while they make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for their kids 

King said she first became worried about CRT when her kids told her years ago about some of what they were being told. 

She said it is ‘untrue’ and teaches that America is ‘intrinsically racist’ beyond repair when she says it is not.  

‘When my daughter was asked what pronouns she wanted to be identified by in the first week of school, I was like what is going on this is crazy. She recorded a conversation in class that the teacher – they were supposed to be discussing boosk – she never got to the literature of the books, she just started sectioning the kids by their physical characteristics. 

 Apparently white people are the only ones who can commit the sin of racism. Everything about it is anti-biblical, anti-American and it’s just a flat out lie. It’s just not true

“As an African American child, Asian child how do you feel about this etc.” Critical Race Theory one of the tenants is that America is intrinsically racist, there’s nothing you can do to fix it. Apparently white people are the only ones who can commit the sin of racism. 

‘Everything about it is anti-biblical, anti-American and it’s just a flat out lie. It’s just not true. You cannot have a country that has been moving towards racial reconciliation really from the beginnings and say that America is intrinsically racist – those two things just don’t go together.

‘The other tenant is any righteous act that white folks do is just to uplift white supremacy if you put your life on the line back in the day as a white person, they would say, “you’re just doing that to uplift white supremacy and racism.

‘You are willing to die to uplift white supremacy ” It doesn’t make any sense.’ 

Her comments come after a memo earlier this week by AG Garland infuriated Republicans. 

The memo, which the DoJ promoted publicly, told local law enforcement and the FBI to start looking into incidents of parents threatening teachers. 

It was a response to a request by the National School Board Association to President Biden for his protection from parents who disagree with CRT and mask mandates in schools. 

Republicans across the board said it was an overreach by the government and an effort by the Biden administration to stamp out parents’ free speech.  



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