Poverty Pimps Want SUSD Bad

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POVERTY PIMPS WANT SUSD BAD Why Are New York Billionaire Michael Bloomberg and Lodi Millionaire Fritz Grupe Spending Hundreds of Thousands Trying to Takeover SUSD? 209 Times has obtained a copy of an email sent out proving that Lodi millionaire and Stockton Cabal leader, Fritz Grupe is personally behind the group of puppet candidates causing chaos with SUSD. Grupe sent …

Greedy Millionaires Attempt to Seize Control of SUSD With Puppet Candidates

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Greedy Millionaires Attempt to Seize Control of SUSD With Puppet Candidates Millionaire Fritz Grupe, a white developer from Lodi and Don Shalvey, a white CEO of San Joaquin A+, from Linden, have been aggressively fundraising to apparently buy the election with a slate of 4 controversial candidates in order to seize control of the mostly brown and black serving Stockton …

Mystery Girl Disrupting SUSD Meetings Identified

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STOCKTON- One of the “Defund SUSD Police” operatives who is behind exploiting minors for political purposes and part of the campaign to “fix” SUSD, has been identified as Alyssa Leiva. Critics were only referring to her as “Princess Fiona.” In conducting an investigation into Alyssa Leiva’s background it has been discovered the reason why she was fake crying at the …

Battle For SUSD Pt 3: Outside Agent, Nik Howard

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OUR INVESTIGATION REVEALS NIK HOWARD IS ACTING IN A POSITION THAT JOHN DEASY PLACED HIM IN FOR WHICH HE HAS NO CREDENTIALS FOR AND IS UNQUALIFIED STOCKTON- As previous emails have exposed, Nik Howard was and is Don Shalvey’s, (and the Gates Foundation) “No. 2 guy” who remains employed at Stockton Unified School District despite his co conspirator John Deasy resigning …

Battle For SUSD Part 2: The Hidden Hand And Conspiracy To Sellout Students For Outside Corporate Interests

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Local school districts elect local community members who live in those districts to make decisions for the district, its employees, and its students and parents. The emphasis of course is locally since the elected representatives are supposed to be the voice of their communities. Normally. However, in the case of three board members on the governing board for Stockton’s largest …