FLINT- Mott Community College is not holding back for the “love of country” with the newest police car design.
The new ‘patriotic’ college cop cars come just in time for the implementation of prayer and the pledge of allegiance in the boardroom.
As reported, the newly elected Mott Community College Board voted to implement a prayer and the pledge at all board meetings.
Mott Community College Board implements Prayer, Pledge at meetings:
The recently released patriotic cop cars include an American Flag displayed on the back window.
This concept falls in line with the 2022 Mott Community College Board of Trustees election in which a board of Patriots took over the board 4-3.
Voters from Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, and Oakland counties ousted the liberal incumbents and voted in change.
It seems as if the newly elected board are just getting started restoring Mott Community College. This includes the love of country, patriotism, and a college that focuses on education, not indoctrination.
The newly elected board also swept the positions of officers with the following votes:
Andy Everman, Chairman (4-3)
Janet Couch, Vice Chairman (4-3)
Wendy Wolcott, Secretary (7-0)
Jeffery Swanson, Treasurer (4-3)
Mott Community College Board of Trustees (from left to right): Andy Everman, Michael Freeman, John Daly, Jeff Swanson, Wendy Wolcott, Janet Couch, and Art Reyes
For years, the Democrats have used the community college for their campaign advancement. As a result, the college has been subject to have to fall in line with a certain political agenda. However, that has all been undone.
The newly elected board has been focused on cleaning up the corruption, all while restoring the values of Education and training.
As a result, the Democrats have been stacking the Mott Community College Board meetings during public comment threatening and intimidating new board members.
This also includes the liberal, left-winged faculty union on campus, who were recently under fire for coaching students to speak against patriots on the board.
To back up these claims, the full meetings can be found on the college YouTube channel.
The new patriotic police cars have already been slammed by some, citing racism.
Democratic protestors are planning to attack the board at its next meeting opposing the prayer, pledge and police car design.
If you wish to support the newly elected board, you, too, can attend the meeting and express your thoughts. Members of the public must show up 15 minutes prior and fill out the audience participation slip.
The next Mott Community College Board meeting is April 24th.