Several mothers of school aged children in Columbus, Ohio, are outraged that their local school district called the FBI and reported them as terrorists for daring to oppose the school’s racist Critical Race Theory curriculum.
Amy Gonzalez and Andrea Gross said Columbus Academy denied re-enrollment to their kids after they complained about the school’s training telling children that all whites are irredeemable racists and that the schools never told parents about this leftist indoctrination.
The two women also say that when they voiced their concerns, the school “overreacted” to the situation.
Per Fox News:
“And so when I say an overreaction, I mean an overreaction of calling the police on us, alerting almost 900 faculty members that they had alerted the FBI that we were dangerous. Just things that were so far beyond the pale that it would lead one to ask why? Why is the reaction so extreme?” Gross said.
Gross added the alleged retaliation campaign caused the community to turn against her and her family. The tension was so pervasive, Gross’ daughter left the state to go to another school.
“Upon information and belief, the Academy’s vicious treatment of the Parent Plaintiffs, and by relation, their children, including improperly invoking governmental investigative agencies, disseminating false information, and engaging in a coordinated effort to destroy their reputations in the community, was retaliation to prevent any further inquiry financial wrongdoing of the Academy,” the complaint said.
One of the women says that on the first day of class last year, one teacher said he would not help any student who said they support Donald Trump.
The two moms eventually released a letter accusing the school of harassing them.
After that, the complaint said, “the Academy’s head of Security… filed a false police report against the Parent Plaintiffs with the Gahanna Police Department.”
The school followed up by notifying faculty it had reported Gonzalez and Gross to the FBI, according to the complaint. Gonzalez believed it was “predatory alienation.”
This school is a danger to the community and should be shut down and all administrators and teachers fired. Further, no one involved in running the school should be allowed to work in the field of education ever again in any state.