Blow-back has arrived and it's not pretty.
Remember this? Last week Hoboken411 attacked the BoE for funding a school trip to Medieval Times, ridiculing it's educational value:
GA's rebuttal pointed out that Klaussen deceptively linked to the entertainment portion of the site, totally excluding the dedicated "Partners in Education" program designed for classes with downloads for teachers. GA also posted some of the educational materials from the web site, proving the lie served up by the virulently dishonest web site.
Well, not only did Klaussen's malevolence offend adult readers, but kids as well.
Here is one of them, a Hoboken high school student who informs Klaussen that the trip he was mocking was for Special Education students.
The teen, HobokenRedwing, shames Klaussen; tells him his article is "immature" then responds to H411's resident genius, mooshu:
Not only is there a lesson in HobokenRedwing's words for the deaf ears of Klaussen, but for the chorus of BoE critics who appear to be rooting for the failure of our kids.
Well, our kids are listening.
So how about taking your partisan political agendas back home with you. And don't come back until you've got something constructive to offer.
And Beth Mason calls it a "news source".