San Diego School Board Accepts Muslim Terrorists and Rejects Ed. Sec. DeVos

San Diego is a beautiful place with its Pacific Ocean beaches on one side and mountains on the other. For most of the year, the climate is perfect. The cold ocean currents keep the coastal area from getting too hot in summer and its location in the southwest corner of the nation keeps it warm enough in winter.

There are a number of attractions in the San Diego area including their world-famous zoo and Sea World. The weather also makes it a perfect location for the Navy and Marine bases in the area as well home to a couple of major universities.

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Like many others, I’ve always enjoyed my visits to San Diego, having attended graduate school in nearby Santee. Living most of my life in the Arizona desert, it was unique to spend several summers in the San Diego area, living in a room with no heating or cooling and yet being comfortable all the time.

As much as I enjoyed the San Diego area, I would never consider moving there for several reasons. One is the high cost of living. I recall a friend being ecstatic when he found a small 1,200 square foot 3-bedroom house that only cost around $700,000 for him and his new bride. At the time, I could have bought 5 houses like my 2,300-square foot home in Mesa, Arizona.

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The other reason I wouldn’t like to live in San Diego is the liberalism permeating the area, including the huge homosexual community around Mission Bay. The liberalism goes far beyond the Mission Bay district as it has permeated the public school system as well.

Just a few days ago, I reported:

“The San Diego school board’s anti-Islamophobia campaign kicked off at Logan Elementary School Thursday with lessons from the Council on American-Islamic Relations.”

“CAIR spokesman Hanif Mohebi told the mostly Latino seventh- and eighth-graders he was just like them once, and Muslim bullying is the same thing as Latino bullying, according to KPBS.”

In the same report, I shared:

“Not only does the FBI list them as having ties to terrorists, but the United Arab Emirates (UAE) recently listed both CAIR and MAS as being foreign terrorist groups. The UAE has outlawed both groups from operating in their country.”

“In 2014, Barack Obama met leaders of CAIR and MAS and agreed to work together to fight the decision of the UAE in listing them as terrorist organizations. In 2009 our own FBI cut all ties with CAIR because they were not an appropriate group to be associated with.”

“Prior to that in 2006, CAIR was an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial, in which the Holy Land Foundation was found guilty of funneling millions of dollars to Hamas. The US Department of Justice (before Obama and Holder corrupted it) stated that CAIR was involved in the conspiracy to finance Islamic terrorism and that they took their orders directly from the Muslim Brotherhood.”

As the San Diego school board welcomes Islamic terrorists into their schools to indoctrinate the areas students, they have opted to not invite newly confirmed and sworn in Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.

As reported by the Washington Post:

“The San Diego Board of Education was going to vote on a resolution to invite new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to visit the city’s public schools so that she could make ‘decisions based on what’s best for students rather than on any political ideology.’ But the resolution was pulled before the vote after teachers unions complained to the labor-friendly panel.”

“The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that the resolution was co-sponsored by the board’s president, Richard Barrera, a former labor leader, and board member John Lee Evans. Barrera issued a statement Monday, before the resolution could be put up for a vote, that it was being withdrawn because it was, after all, not a good time for her to visit the district. He said:”

“‘Given the polarizing nature of the DeVos nomination and confirmation vote, however, it is clear this would be the wrong time to engage the Secretary in dialogue. Now is the time for those of us who believe in public education to stand together and confront the threat clearly posed by the DeVos ideology’.”

Who in their right mind would want to send their kids to a school system that welcomes Islamic terrorists and then reject the Secretary of Education because she believes in giving every child a chance to obtain a good education? Whose ideology is more dangerous? Which would you want your child(ren) or grandchild(ren) exposed to?

With everything else happening in California, it sure sounds like a great time to consider moving to a different state if you live in the land nuts, fruits, flakes, and liberal traitors.


Dave Jolly

R.L. David Jolly holds a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Biology – Population Genetics. He has worked in a number of fields, giving him a broad perspective on life, business, economics and politics. He is a very conservative Christian, husband, father and grandfather who cares deeply for his Savior, family and the future of our troubled nation.

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