Drone Strike at School Board Takes Out High-Ranking Concerned Parent

Justice Department officials are touting an early victory in the new War on Terror after a drone strike in Loudoun County, Virginia took out the chairwoman of a prominent parent activist group. The terrorist, Karen White, was believed to be the leader of a local terror cell that opposed mask mandates and carried out a The post Drone Strike at School Board Takes Out High-Ranking Concerned Parent appeared first on The Mideast Beast.

Drone Strike at School Board Takes Out High-Ranking Concerned Parent

Justice Department officials are touting an early victory in the new War on Terror after a drone strike in Loudoun County, Virginia took out the chairwoman of a prominent parent activist group.

The terrorist, Karen White, was believed to be the leader of a local terror cell that opposed mask mandates and carried out a number of brazen attacks. Last week, White spoke for nearly seven minutes at a Loudoun County School Board meeting, blatantly ignoring the three-minute limit for public comments.

The strike, carried out early Monday evening, was the first since Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that he planned to treat parents speaking out against their local schools’ policies as domestic terrorists.

“If we did not act, Ms. White very likely would have carried out further attacks against these innocent school board members,” Garland said in a press conference announcing the strike. “We had intelligence indicating that Ms. White planned to question the district’s student reading list at the next board meeting. We could not just sit back and let that happen.”

The drone strike, a joint effort of the FBI, CIA, Justice Department and local police, struck White’s Jeep Grand Cherokee at 6:17 p.m. as it pulled into the school parking lot just minutes before White was set to attend another school board meeting. Twelve civilians, including seven children, were also killed in the strike.

“We hate to see any loss of innocent life as a result of our actions,” Garland said. “But frankly, the damage Karen would have caused would be much greater had we failed to act.”

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Jenny Morrison Shames Scott Into Doing Dishes By Buying Times Square Billboard

"It's the only way to get his attention these days"

Jenny Morrison Shames Scott Into Doing Dishes By Buying Times Square Billboard

Saying it seemed like the only way to get her husband’s attention on important issues these days, Jenny Morrison has bought a large format billboard in New York’s Times Square in the hope of shaming him into doing the dishes.

The ad, which simply read “Do the fucking dishes, Scott”, ran for ten minutes and cost $16,000, the majority of which was funded with Australian taxpayers.

Ms Morrison has been a vocal critic of the PM’s position on domestic (duty) policy, saying, “He agreed to be the one to wash up if I was the one who cooked, but there has been no effort to honour that agreement.”

She says her husband has also tried to bring forward credits from previous cleaning efforts from past years, and has made vague promises that all the dishes will be gone by 2050.

While world leaders in other countries have committed to Net Zero targets with their spouses regarding dirty dinnerware left in the sink from the night before, Morrison has been unyielding in his efforts to skirt difficult questions, often falling back on the excuse that he was “just letting the casserole dish soak.”

The billboard has already seen a change in the PM’s behaviour. Although he originally had no plans to meet with Jen to discuss their delegation of duties, he changed his mind thirty minutes after the billboard went up.

By Akita Davidson Jr

(with apologies to Dan Ilic)

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