The Crusade Against Conservatives
GCISD Parents Update 3.10.22
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"The Crusade Against Christians & Conservatives"
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The more you interact with these mediums, the more attention they'll get.
How did we get to a point that a teacher thought of parents as open targets?
In a crowded, open area of Colleyville Middle School, former GCISD teacher Lisa Grimes has a conversation with two other teachers that ends with her wishing death on conservative Christians because of their beliefs.
"The rest of my life is impacted because of politics? Because of conservative Christian crap? I'm telling you, those conservative Christians...they need to die...they need to get C*vid and die."
See Something, Say Something
The teachers who participated in this conversation heard everything Ms. Grimes said and did nothing to alert district administration.
This is in direct violation of the “See something, say something” policy.
These teachers were comfortable having this conversation within yards of students, which is how one of those students recorded the conversation.
For that student to be ready to record, it is implied that the student knew conversations like this weren't uncommon. This wasn’t an isolated incident.
For this environment to exist -- GCISD has a systemic issue of tolerating hate toward conservatives and Christians.
A few months ago, Dr. Whitfield, former CHHS Principal, publicly called out “white, Christian, straight” people as against education.
That political group identifies itself as "activists" and characterizes the non-activist conservative parents, community members, and trustees as "extremists."
Progressive political activists who call themselves "Advocates" tried to cancel the event and silence conservative voices.
What kind of an environment do we have in our district and community that any of this is acceptable?
The Way Forward
To combat this, we need to communicate better with each other.
Parents value professional teachers who genuinely respect ALL points of view. Ultimately, everyone wants the same thing: a better experience for the kids.