**UPDATED** Due to complaints the 4 minutes of Mr. Hulletts oration were edited, please see the entire video below. If you would like to fast forward to his comment, it begins at 1:27:16
Across the state of Tennessee there are parents and communities speaking out against Islamic indoctrination in their children’s classrooms, which stems from textbooks laden with misinformation, and in some cases lies. This isn’t just a Tennessee problem though, Americans across the country are awakening to the Islamic threat which seeks to destroy our democracy only to be replaced by Sharia law.
School boards across the state have been inundated with complaints regarding the way Islam is portrayed in the classroom and the assignments that completely step over the line. Several boards have listened to those concerns and have taken steps to diminish the fear, and ultimately prevent any form of indoctrination years later.
Maury County TN is one example, and one that should be followed. This past week the school board approved a resolution to be sent to the TN General Assembly concerning the current policy on religion in schools. This, after listening to the concerns parents and community members have on Islamic indoctrination. They recognize that while “indoctrination” does not occur overnight, it has the potential to plant a seed which could sprout down the road.
Unfortunately,Williamson County which borders Maury County, had quite a different outcome at their school board meeting. A proposal for a resolution had been discussed, but was then taken off the table to be brought up again at a later date. What occurred during this meeting by a member of the school board was not only a disgrace, but should be grounds for his removal. Disrespecting not only the school board member that proposed the resolution, but those residents who agree. During a recent work session Robert “Bobby” Hullett who represents district 7 in Williamson County, smeared those that have concerns regarding the sanitized, untruthful version of Islam presented in student’s textbooks.
The video clip below is 4 minutes of Hullett’s unhinged rant.
How dare this school board member suggest “anybody” who has a legitimate concern regarding the contents of their child’s education be told to “pack up and move”. In his rattled state, Hullett continually made the naive, uninformed statement there is no Islamic problem in Williamson County.
On July 16 2015, Muhammad Youseff Abdulazeez shot and killed 5 American soldiers at a Marine Recruiting Center in Chattanooga TN. 3 months prior to the savage killing, Abdulazeez worked at Superior Essex, located in…Williamson County. During that time Abdulazeez attended prayer service at the Islamic Center of ..Williamson County, which just happens to be located next door to a Marine Recruiting Center at the Carrothers Parkway location.
In a statement on the Williamson County Schools page, Hullett states “I feel I have a solid grasp on the values of our county and state, and they are not represented in this resolution or in the incendiary words you might hear from the small handful of educational and social arsonists who publicly seek to destroy what the majority of this county holds so dear…our schools and educational communities.”
Obviously he doesn’t grasp the values of our country, which was founded on the Christian-Judaeo religion, which is currently under attack. Mr. Hullett may hold dear “our schools and educational communities”, however the majority of parents and community members that are speaking out hold dear the children. They are what matters.
Guessing Mr. Hullett will declare nothing has happened in Williamson County, the bottom line is Williamson County is not immune to the Islamic indoctrination being exposed in other counties, it just hasn’t reared its ugly head enough. Yet.
Mr. Hullett needs to be reminded who he is accountable to and who he was elected by. Kicking the can, or in this case the resolution down the road is not only irresponsible but dangerous. Just because Mr. Hullett doesn’t think it’s happening doesn’t mean it isn’t.