The president of the Scottsdale, Arizona, school board published private information, including Social Security numbers, divorce court filings and photographs of underage children, on parents who publicly questioned the need for masks in schools.
“Mother Kim Stafford uncovered a Google Drive link when school board President Jann-Michael Greenberg sent her an email accusing her of “anti-Semitic” comments against billionaire George Soros. Greenburg sent Stafford a screenshot of his desktop, which included a since-deleted Google Drive URL reviewed by the Daily Caller. The drive was available to anyone who had the link,” the Daily Caller reports.
The since-deleted link offered everyone on the email access to private information Greenberg had collected on parents, in an apparent attempt to personally target citizens.
“The drive, which the Washington Examiner reviewed, contains numerous financial records from several of the parents involved in the group, including mortgage statements, bankruptcy filings, and divorce filings. Included on those forms are portions of Social Security numbers, addresses, and phone numbers of parents who had expressed opposition to school mask mandates and critical race theory,” the Examiner reports.
“The drive is available to anyone who has the link and otherwise mostly contains screenshots of the social media activity of parents involved with a local concerned parent Facebook group. Subfolders include labels such as “ANTI MASK LUNATICS” and “SUSD WACKOS.” The drive was last updated Sunday morning,” the Examiner reports.
“Besides the screenshots and financial documents, the drive includes numerous photos of the parents and their underage children,” the Examiner reveals.
It’s the latest in a series of attempts by school board leftists to intimidate and threaten parents, coming after a Loudoun County, Virginia school board members proposed hiring hackers to break into the emails of critical parents, a Minnesota school board refused to let citizens speak unless they announced their home address and the National Association of School Boards asked the Justice Department to investigate “criticism” of school board members as “domestic terrorism.”
“Anti-racism” activists in Loudoun County even compiled a list of the name of children whose parents criticized the school board, along with the location of the school in which they could be found, and publicly harassed a Kenyan immigrant who said he did not feel the United States was inherently racist.
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