Parents standing between their children and leftist school boards are facing increasing retaliation. In Texas, one school board advisor has resorted to doxxing parents.
Norma Garcia-Lopez, the co-chairman of the Racial Equity Committee at a Fort Worth school, targeted parents who sued the school district over its COVID-19 mask mandate by publishing their addresses and phone numbers online.
Kerri Rehmeyer, one mother who fought back against the mask mandate, told Fox News Gracia-Lopez wrote, “Internet do your thing,” after publishing the private information.
“She doxxed us,” Rehmeyer said. “I got 17 voicemails at my work from one person.” Garcia Lopez was one of them.
Rehmeyer told Fox News that the angry school board advisor left her a voicemail filled with profanity because of her opposition to critical race theory and lawsuit she supported against the school’s COVID-19 mandates.
In August, after a court granted a temporary injunction against the mask mandate, Garcia-Lozpez unleashed her Twitter account on the parents.
“It’s astounding what the ‘White Privilege’ power from Tanglewood has vs a whole diverse community that cares for the well being of others,” she wrote. “These are their names: Jennifer Treger, Todd Daniel, Kerri Rehmeyer and a coward Jane Doe. Internet do your thang.”