Borysenko banned from Twitter for outing educators’ CRT violations

Karlyn Borysenko

by Guy Page

Karlyn Borysenko, the Williamstown-raised activist who sounded the alarm about gender identity education in the Burlington School District, has been banned from Twitter for publishing school district emails helping New Hampshire parents contact school officials about violations of the Granite State’s law restricting Critical Race Theory educational programming.

“Twitter just permanently suspended my account for helping parents report schools to the state,” Borysenko wrote. “I posted public government email addresses and Twitter claims I posted private information.”

“Twitter has just suspended my main account (@DrKarlynB) because I posted publicly available government email addresses that parents in New Hampshire could use to report schools for violations of state law,” Borysenko reported on the social media platform Locals.

“This was in response to the reporting I did last night exposing the Exeter Region Cooperative School District for violating New Hampshire state law and encouraging parents in the district to report them. I posted the email of my own complaint to the state demanding an investigation.”

On April 4, Borysenko published a post provocatively headlined “The most woke school district in America is grooming children live on the internet.” On Morning Drive today, she backed up both claims. As part of her painstaking research into public school gender identity education, she has studied the programs in such ‘woke’ cities as Seattle and Portland, among others. Hands-down Burlington leads the nation in aggressive ‘grooming’ of young children towards a non-traditional gender identity, she said.

Borysenko grew up in Williamstown and graduated from Williamstown High School, where she was taught Martin Luther King’s ethic that racial equality means judging people by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin. She has an MBA and a PhD in psychology, specializing in industrial/organizational psychology. Now living and working in New Hampshire, Borysenko is a consulting organizational psychologist, writer and speaker.

She also experienced a dramatic conversion to the political message of President Donald Trump.

“Most people know me as a (now former) Democrat of 20 years who went to a Trump rally,” Borysenko says on her website. “The article I wrote about my experience went viral and garnered 3 million views in the first week. I was featured by Fox News, Glenn Beck, Dennis Prager, and on dozens of radio shows, podcasts, and YouTube videos.

“That’s when my life changed, and I knew I wanted to be a part of the conversation of bridging the divide to help people who are open to it take steps back towards one another.”

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3 replies »

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  2. and there are still people who deny that there is a problem with the education programs and the curricula there in. some deny it exists.

    on May 15, 2014, “progressives today” put out a video detaling teachers and educators saying that white people didn’t exist before some arbitrary year.