School official obsessed with claims of homeschoolers' 'sex trafficking'
An attendance officer in a West Virginia school district posted a Facebook message in support of public schools shortly after a teachers‚Äô strike declaring 80 percent of homeschoolers ‚Äúare drug addicts, have truancy charges, [engage in] childhood sex trafficking, etc.‚ÄĚ
Then a local family contacted the officer to inform the officer, as required by state law, of its intent to homeschool.
The next day, Child Protective Services arrived at the family‚Äôs home demanding to investigate ‚Äúallegations which included many of the same specific criminal activities that the county attendance officer had accused homeschooling families of in her Facebook post,‚ÄĚ according to the Home School Legal Defense Association....
If the minority majority voters decide it is for the good of pride(la Raza), Texas will become California. Pray while there is time, we present the gospel in word, and deed. The gospel message is for all, pray the sinful barriers of racism not be wrapped in a flag whether it be the stars and bars or the Mexican eagle.
This kind of nonsense charge against homeschoolers for opting out of the government system should be prosecuted wherever it arises. At a minimum, the school district ought to give this employee for gross child endangerment. I wish we knew the county or school district so that a national outcry against this horrendous attack on this family can be brought.