Spotlight: Lodi Schools’ ‘intimidation tactics’

MADISON — Attorney Brent Eisberner at the request of concerned parents spoke at Monday night’s Lodi School Board meeting. He questioned the district’s stringent mask and COVID-19 quarantine policies.

Someone called the police.

It’s not clear exactly why or who made the call, but Eisberner — the attorney behind several liberty lawsuits in Wisconsin — believes he knows why.

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One response to “Spotlight: Lodi Schools’ ‘intimidation tactics’”

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    I think it is “finally” becoming clear to parents that schools are trying to indoctrinate our children. The schools want our children and ultimately the adults they grow up to be, to follow the “elite that know how you should live.” In school districts like this the parents should start home schooling their children and then the board president could fade into oblivion.

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