Dudley Parents Who Tried Getting Principle Fired And “Dragged” For Saying “Jimmies” Instead Of Sprinkles Appointed To Equity Committee That Hired Critical Race Theory Consultant
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This is Eve Summer and her husband Andrew Keefe from Dudley.
She’s some sort of actress, and he’s a “photographer” who takes pictures of naked pregnant women and calls it art.
Eve is one of the parent members of the Dudley-Charlton Regional School District’s Equity Committee.
As discussed in an earlier blog parents in this district recently discovered that the unelected Equity Committee hired a consultant from Idaho named Sheldon Eakins to teach mandatory critical race theory training to teachers in the district, and as a result they are in open revolt.
Last year Eve was in a Facebook group created by Mason Road Elementary School (K-1) Principal Jen Desto, which was intended to keep parents informed during school closures. During the height of the black lives matter riots last year white people like Eve were embarrassing themselves with peak cringe behavior by desperately trying to virtue signal on social media about their wokeness. But they also formed a sort of cult that bullied and shamed anyone into submission who didn’t fully get on board with the idea that American society needed to be reshaped due to the actions of one police officer in Minnesota. Eve called out Principal Desto for not sending parents an email with specific information about what resources would be used to incorporate anti-racism curriculums and “decolonize our classrooms.”
When someone told her to contact the superintendent since this had nothing to do with why the group was created, she wasn’t happy because teaching anti-racism to kindergarteners is “making the school a better place.”
Despite being extremely white Eve nonetheless decided to speak on behalf of black people, who apparently do not have the luxury of talking to their kids about math and art because they’re too busy trying not to get killed by racist cops. Most importantly, it was racist for a Facebook group to censor her from speaking about something that had nothing to do with why the group was created in the first place.
Thank the good Lord we have so many white women out there who will speak on behalf of black people who don’t know how to speak for themselves. We all appreciate for your service Eve.
According to her we are also in the middle of a civil rights movement comparable to Rosa Parks and MLK, illustrating that her understanding of history is limited and comes from things she read while browsing on Vox in her white neighborhood.
Her husband Andrew was looking for some pointers on how to talk to his 5 year old about racism.
I have a really simple answer for how to talk to your 5 year old about racism – don’t. Because they’re 5. Just let them be kids and stop ruining their childhoods because you’re obsessed with identity politics. You’re a horrible person for doing this to children, and it’s important that you understand that. Thank you.
Rachel Blessington taught her young child about what riots are, and how her kid has white privilege, because that’s what kids really need to learn about.
And I definitely will take the advice of a person who has someone photograph them breast feeding while eating at a restaurant.
It’s funny how the only women I ever see photograph themselves breast feeding for Facebook likes are white women. Must be their privilege that allows them to do be so free and expressive.
Eve ended up getting kicked out of the group because she’s impossible to get along with, doesn’t know how to follow basic rules, and believes that her opinion is the only one that should be allowed to be voiced in public, so her husband Andrew Keefe posted how upset this made him. When the Principal responded and told her it wasn’t her job to entertain political views, another white knight named Mark Blessington (Rachel’s husband) told her that it was her job to let anyone say anything they want on a private Facebook page.
It’s right on page 4 of her contract.
“Loud mouthed idiots must be allowed to derail and hijack conversations in a private Facebook group they chose to join.”
Since Andrew and Mark are extremely masculine men who worry deeply about contracting a virus with a 99.8% recovery rate they were also upset that Principal Desto was not wearing a mask outside at a rolling graduation rally in which kids drove by in their cars. A rally they both chose to attend.
Eve and Andrew’s family are handing out those “water is life” (whatever that means) virtue signaling signs you see, but only in a socially distanced handoff fashion.
After getting kicked out of the group Eve declared war on Principal Desto, especially when she found out that Desto was referring to sprinkles as Jimmies. Her friends understandably urged her to “drag” this despicable human, get her fired, and keep her away from children!
That’s because Desto missed the memo that jimmies suddenly became racist like a lot of things did as a result of a fentanyl addict in Minneapolis overdosing during an arrest, even though left wing Snopes says this claim is unfounded.
Totally not a cult. Calling them jimmies instead of sprinkles is problematic and privileged.
Luckily one of her friends had read White Fragility, a book written by a white woman who made millions of dollars in book sales off the death of a black man and gave none of it back to the black community, who confirmed that denying that jimmies were racist was an example of white fragility.
We must all read White Fragility!
Not a cult. No way.
If the name Ben Daniel sounds familiar it’s because he was featured on Turtleboy in 2018 when he incited violence against law abiding citizens for wearing Turtleboy t-shirts at a barbecue.
Leave them alone Ben! (except Matty Mo, you can have him) We’re all very scared of your prowess!
Ben was really mad about the whitesplaining while he, a white guy, explained why 40 million black Americans were so weak that they couldn’t handle the word jimmies anymore.
Jimmies cause trauma!!
She couldn’t even type the word! This woman is controlling educational opportunities for children in Dudley and Charlton.
But Eve is just one member of the equity committee. Matoaca Hardy Fletcher is another parent who was appointed to the group that hired Sheldon Eakins to teach critical race theory to faculty.
She supports rioting.
But only in the name of equity of course. George Floyd died therefore the only way to fix that is to burn down as many black owned businesses as possible.
She’s not a fan of the police.
And she taught her 7 year old that “white people are mean to black people” because “only humans are this ignorant.”
So that’s good.
She also celebrated the death of Herman Cain, a black candidate for President in 2012.
Because black lives don’t matter to BLM unless they subscribe to the self-defeating belief that they cannot succeed in life if white people don’t give them things.
Tonight I watched the parents of Dudley and Charlton fight back against this insanity at a School Committee meeting. (Watch it here). School Committees across the state are filled with communists like Eve and Matoaca, and for years they’ve worked to turn the schools into social justice factories, churning out kids who parrot all the nonsense they’ve fallen for. This is a conservative school district that’s being run by people who support looting and try to get principals fired for eating jimmies on their ice cream. But people are waking up to their grift and they’re taking their schools back, and you should do the same.
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