These lunatics have infiltrated grammar schools, middle schools, high schools, colleges and universities, bathrooms, police departments, fire departments, government agencies and the military. Their impact has been fast and furious, just like the politicians who literally ate from the table of WOKE.

Along with raging school boards teaching CRT, gay and lesbian agendas, we now find that they are attempting to purge Christians whose attempt to root out gay and transition tomes from libraries as  persona non-grata.
“GTFO of here, you Christian saboteur. We know the way to transition, you can’t stop us. Concerned parents have been told at various meetings when questioning course readings that the FBI will have them arrested because they are domestic terrorists.” And the FBI, under Garland, have gone after them with vengeance.

Don’t get us wrong here, we are not against Gays, Lesbians, Queers, transgenders, etc. However, when we are pushed by the few who act like they are the many, then we take a stand. We will push back if our virtues are threatened. Your rights aren’t being denied, but ours are, therefore, believe us when we tell you, you are in the minority, WOKEISM is not in the Constitution.



An embattled school district in Virginia has been ground zero for controversial public school education policies and one member of the school board has frequently made headlines for her left-wing talking points. 

Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) board member Abrar Omeish has sparked outrage among parents in recent years for her comments about capitalism, racism, white supremacy and American history.

During a school board meeting last week, the 28-year-old Muslim school board member described the Battle of Iwo Jima as “unfortunate” and “evil” while discussing the Day of Remembrance that commemorates the victims of Japanese American internment during World War II and coincides with the US invasion of Iwo Jima, which occurred on Feb. 19, 1945.

“Just a few days ago was Japanese Day of Remembrance,” Omeish said during the meeting. “Something for us to certainly reflect on … the days when, you know, Iwo Jima unfortunately happened and set a record for really what, I hate to say, human evil is capable of.”

The Battle of Iwo Jima, in which almost 7,000 American service members died trying to capture the island from the imperial Japanese army, is considered a significant US victory in World War II.