Moms For Liberty holding a meet and greet for school board candidates yesterday at Atascadero lake park. The candidates met constituents and voters in the north county.
Jennifer Greniger tells KPRL they talked about reports of threats of violence in restrooms in north county middle and high schools. She says that the perpetrators are generally students who are alternating their sexual identity and visiting various restrooms.
One north county student is reportedly identifying as a cat. She’s telling administrators she wants a litter box in her classroom. Jennifer Greniger said the meet and greet yesterday by Moms For Liberty at Atascadero went pretty well.
You may remember progressive school board candidates in Paso Robles held a rally at a park near the high school campus last week. Those progressive candidates talked about sexual identity and their concerns about the conservative votes on the school board. Those three included Jim Cogan, Sondra Williams and Adelita Hiteshew.
During his speech last week, Cogan made no mention of his extensive involvement in the cannabis industry. He also makes no mention of his cannabis involvement in his campaign literature. He describes his career as agriculture, not cannabis.