Pro-CRT Activist Says He Has ‘Over 1,000 Soldiers Ready to Go’ Who Will Come ‘Locked and Loaded’ to Next School Board Meeting
Black militia activist Malikk Austin said during a Fort Worth, Tex. school board meeting that he has “over 1,000 soldiers ready to go” who will come “locked and loaded” to the next meeting in order to enforce the status quo of anti-white racism.
Austin made the threatening comments to intimidate concerned parents who are disgusted by the anti-American, psuedohistorical curriculum commonly referred to as Critical Race Theory, which teaches white children to hate themselves because of the color of their skin.
“I’ve got over 1,000 soldiers ready to go,” Austin said, in a comment directed at a mother during public comment.
“If you want to talk to me, I would be happy to talk to you,” the mother said as she was shouted down by low IQ gibberish from Austin.
“I’ll bring my soldiers with me next time. Locked and loaded!” Austin yelled as he was escorted out of the meeting by law enforcement.
The video can be seen here:
CRT whistleblower Christopher Rufo noted that the FBI ought to investigate this man for potentially making terror threats, considering their recent language about the dangers of activists at school board meetings:
Big League Politics has reported on how CRT critics are being profiled as domestic terror threats with help from far-left marxist indoctrinators who believe that other people’s children are their property:
“Emails obtained by the non-profit Parents Defending Education reveal that the National School Board Association sought help from President Biden and the federal government to silence critics of critical race theory in public education, weeks before Attorney General Merrick Garland opened an FBI probe into CRT critics at the direction of a letter from the NSBA that likened them to terrorists.
The internal NSBA emails reveal some educators affiliated with the left-wing organization were skeptical of the notion of labeling CRT’s critics as terrorists, a concern that was ignored by the group’s national leadership.
In an email sent on October 2nd, Viola Garcia, Secretary-Treasurer of the NSBA, revealed the group had been coordinating with the White House on opposition to CRT. “NSBA has been engaged with the White House and the Department of Education on these and other issues related to the pandemic for several weeks now.” Garcia went on to dismiss opposition to the NSBA’s letter seeking political prosecution of its opponents by invoking the supposed threat of violence concerned parents pose to left-wing school boards, despite no more than a small handful of arrests occurring at board meetings, usually of parents for interrupting proceedings.
“In talks over several weeks with White House staff, they requested additional information on some of the specific threats, so the letter also details many of the incidents that have been occurring,” wrote NSBA interim executive director Chip Slaven in another email.
John Halkias, the NSBA’s Central Regional director, criticized the group’s letter calling for political prosecution, admitting that the NSBA should’ve deliberated internally before accusing CRT critics of terrorism and demanding the federal government silence them.”
Austin is an example who will be empowered under a regime of diversity and multiculturalism if the Black Lives Matter revolution is successful.