A number of Brockton School Committee members say they want the National Guard deployed to Brockton High School to address a “disturbing increase in incidents related to violence, security concerns, and substance abuse,” but the mayor is against the measure.

Though Mayor Robert Sullivan said in a statement to the Brockton Enterprise that he opposes the use of the National Guard at Massachusetts’ largest high school, he forwarded the committee members’ request to Gov. Maura Healey.

Only the governor has authority to deploy the National Guard in times of emergency, whether they be natural or human-made disasters.

Brockton High School’s ‘disturbing’ trends trigger National Guard request (bostonherald.com)

lthough I feel bad for the kids that really want to learn, I am not too broken-hearted that the social experiment has collapsed in such way that they believe they require the use  of the National Guard to quell the mess they created.

It has been tried before; you know?

History is circular and ironic.

Hat tip Paul K.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

9 thoughts on “Massachusetts town request National Guard to quell student unrest.”
  1. massachusetts is a blue balled democratic 3rd world shiitehole. the fukkin liberals are more concerned with removing history and licking illegal free loaders ass. vote some more democrats in to office you assholes. mass has gotten exactly what they dreamed of. if ever there was a state that We the People need to firestorm its mass. sick perverse liberal pedofiles. strangle the citizens and enact liberal policy then whine and bitch and blame Trump. fuk them

  2. yall know what a platapus is?? its a duck designed by a committee…..
    typical liberal ploy, form a committee so no one person can be blamed for failure. i wonder if the massholes have fingered out liberals fuk everything up.

  3. Apparently this particular notion isn’t going anywhere. But I’ve seen some more reporting on this school system that just blows my mind.
    One comment was that the problem is the schools aren’t allowed to discipline offenders — suspension isn’t allowed because that would interfere with the perp’s education. (A side comment points out that this is silly because those miscreants aren’t getting educated anyway, they are just committing truancy inside the school buildings.) No word as to why handing them over to the police and having them charged, convicted, and jailed isn’t an obvious answer.
    Another item was an interview with a teacher, who admits there are some discipline problems but doesn’t approve of the NG as the answer. He comments that “there are fights every day, some major, some that are no big deal” (I think that was the wording, or at least the essence of it). The notion that fights only are a discipline issue if they are “major” boggles the mind and explains why they have a problem in the first place.

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