Scottsdale Unified School Board has voted 4-1 to remove Jann-Michael Greenburg as president. Greenburg, who is under police investigation for compiling a dossier on parents, has refused to resign—but the families have vowed to continue until he's removed him from office.

Arizona School Board Chairman In Hot Water For Keeping Creepy “Enemies” List With Personal Info On Parents

It seems normal today that co-workers are asked to rat out each other for not getting COVID-19 vaccines; minority students self-segregate in the name of racial “equality” and “safe spaces”; the Pentagon treats its own troops as the enemy, and Cancel Culture devours people’s reputations and livelihoods just for holding different opinions.

So why shouldn’t an Arizona school board member maintain a creepy “dossier” on parents who oppose school district policies?

Which now has invited the interest of the police.

The Scottsdale Police Department announced over the weekend that its investigators were looking into a J. Edgar Hoover-style list of parents kept by Scottsdale Unified School District President Jann-Michael Greenburg.  

The file became known after Greenburg reportedly sent a parent an email with a link to an electronic folder on Google Drive.

Apparently, he sent the link in a reply to a parent who had criticized left-wing billionaire George Soros. Greenburg fell back on the familiar smear of the left, calling any Soros critic “anti-Semitic.”

The folder utilized files for parents dubbed with names like “SUSD Wackos,” “Anti Mask Lunatics,” and “Press Conference Psychos,” according to the New York Post.

The file tracked about 50 parents who opposed COVID-19 policies and Critical Race Theory indoctrination, and included sensitive information such as divorce decrees, Social Security numbers, property records, photos of minors, license plate info, addresses, mortgage payments, and bankruptcy filings, media reports say.

It’s unclear what Greenburg intended to do with the information.

The school district defended its chairman, blaming his father, Mark Greenburg, for compiling and maintaining the files. Media reports also noted that both Greenburg’s had access to the file, and both denied knowledge of it.

The district said it would hire an outside investigator to review the situation, and tried to assure parents their personal data was safe.

Scottsdale Unified School Board voted 4-1 to remove Jann-Michael Greenburg as president, but families have vowed to continue until he’s removed from office.

Amy Carney, a mother of six children and a 2022 candidate for the school board, demanded that Greenburg resign, despite his denials of the file.

“I am calling for the immediate resignation of our board president Jann-Michael Greenburg,” said Carney.

“We cannot allow anyone in a leadership position to secretly compile personal documents and information on moms and dads who have dared speak out publicly or on social media about their grievances with the district.”

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