Joey Stansbury is accusing the Great Schools in Wake Coalition of trying to chill Wake County school board member John Tedesco's First Amendment free speech rights.
In a Wake Community Network blog post tonight, the conservative activist chides GSIW for saying in their latest newsletter that Tedesco's Tea Party speech may have violated the school board's code of ethics.
Stansbury argues that GSIW is showing a double standard for criticizing Tedesco's remarks while not complaining about former school board member Beverley Clark likening the new board majority to jackasses at the group's March 20 forum.
"Thank goodness she's not on the school board now or you might have to say bad things about her," Stansbury writes. "Well, then again, probably not."