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Conservative Texas phone company fuels extremist takeover of schools | Texas

BUT conservative Texas telephone company plans takeover of political positions in US state starting with public schools.

Patriot Mobile, which calls itself “the only Christian conservative wireless provider”, fuels extremist conservative traffic over academic plan in public schools throughout Texas.

Lee Wambsganss, Managing Director director of the company and its political division proudly declared victory in eleven out of 11 school board places in in last electoral cycle in school districts around Dallas-Fort Worth area on on behalf of of company and conservative American Christians.

She said, “That means now in north Texas, over 100,000 students who were left-wing before May, now they are conservative leadership!”

Earlier this year, the company created the Patriot Mobile Action political action committee, which allows them for legal fundraising and political campaign financing.

Acting as financial ridge for campaigns of far-right candidates for school boards, the telephone company seeks to promote its conservative agenda on questions like abortion, books and gender identity. This is because in the US, school boards and local elections have seen fierce fighting as far-right candidates and groups have sought to win positions.

“Patriot Mobile Action attracts on front lines of this culture war. We independently study candidates and defend on on behalf of of those who will stand for American values ​​and attitude against left-wing indoctrination, racist critical racial theory and sexualization of children it’s unrestrained in public schools, their website says.

A little key beliefs of in organization are American exceptionalism, “critical race theory and Marxist politics have no place in schools or government”, and that “The Constitution of the United States was founded on Judeo-Christian principles.

Glenn Storey, co-founder and president of Patriot Mobile speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas. Photograph: Shelby Tauber/Reuters

In the Keller Independent School District where Patriot Mobile played key role in getting school board members of the elected new policy has entered effect what required in boards review and approval of books in his schools.

AT start of this academic year, faculty and staff have been instructed to with removal of some books previously disputed parents like Toni Morrison “The Bluest Eye” and graphics novel adaptation of diary of Anne Frank in order for school board to review books according to new unknown criteria.

Patriot Mobile also concentrated his efforts in school board elections of Carroll, an independent school district, and emerged victorious. This is where Patriot Mobile donated “In God We Trust” posters after a state law was passed requiring public schools in display any signs with nation official motto while it was donated.

Local resident Srawan Krishna donated posters reading “In God We Trust”. in Arabic and other with rainbow background. School board rejected these signs, referring to the presence of a sufficient number of signs as reason.

Most recently, Patriot Mobile sponsored the CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference), which was hosted in part by in Dallas is year. Far right politicians like Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Bobert signed their books at Patriot Mobile-sponsored kiosks at the exhibit. event.

Head of Patriot Mobile financial officer and founder Glenn Storey was a guest on former Trump White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s podcast.

Speaking on Recent Patriot Mobile victories in state school boards, Bannon said: “School boards are key who breaks the lock.

The mobile operator said it would donate $1.5 million. conservative causes in 2022 and waiting double this contribution next year.

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Tyler Hromadka
Tyler Hromadka
Tyler is working as the Author at World Weekly News. He has a love for writing and have been writing for a few years now as a free-lancer.

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