Tay Anderson announced Wednesday that he would return to his complete school board duties despite Investigation Law Group’s full investigation into allegations that he sexually assaulted or otherwise abused 62 undocumented students not being completed.
Anderson has never cared about the feelings of his students. Part of his statement reads:
“Out of respect to our students, on June 1, 2021, I informed our DPS community that I would be temporarily stepping back from everyday board functions while the independent investigation initiated by my fellow board members concluded. This public statement was issued after my request for a private leave of absence was denied and I was told that ‘The board would no longer remain silent at Tay’s request.’”
“Despite promises that this investigation would be completed within thirty days, then later prior to the start of the 21–22 school year, I have fully cooperated and participated in the independent investigation being conducted by ILG. I am now told that the investigation will not be completed for at least another four or five weeks, leading us to mid-August. The timeline of this external private investigation has changed multiple times and the scope of its inquiry continues to change. Although I remain committed to engaging in a transparent and fair process, I can no longer wait for this process to conclude to initiate my return to serving the families of the Denver Public Schools.”
In other words, the investigation is not moving quickly enough for Anderson, and he does not like the larger scope the investigation has encompassed, so he’s not going to play by any rules but his own. And Anderson’s rules are that he has no regard for anyone but his own needs, above investigative needs and the needs of his own students.
Anderson also claimed that he’s a victim; these allegations almost caused him to “take his own life,” which he hopes should lend readers some sympathy towards him in his plight of accusations. Another piece of Anderson’s statement reads,
“We stand in a place where we must believe and trust in science that fights the COVID-19 virus and its variants. And we must fight back against the rise in white supremacy to those wanting to oppose the implementation of critical race theory. Finally after almost taking my own life I want to ensure that I am doing everything in my power to strengthen our suicide prevention tools for our young adults. All of this work remains too important for me to be away any longer.”
Anderson views COVID-19 as a vehicle for liberal propaganda, as evidenced by his use of the virus scandal to lead him into his next problem with society…white supremacy. For Anderson, white supremacy is everywhere, so he must fight to implement critical race theory, the theory that all white people are inherently racist, in all Denver Public Schools. Anderson is unable to break himself from any narrative that his problems are caused by anything but white supremacy, so his stepping back into active board duties most likely centers around his goal of spreading anti-white racism in Denver Public Schools.
On Sunday, Anderson posted a request on Facebook. His grandmother died, so he asked for money to celebrate his birthday. That post marks at least the seventh time in recent past in which Anderson has begged for money from his constituents.
Anderson does what Anderson wants, investigations be damned. constituents be damned. Police, investigators, students, parents, other elected officials, and the general public are all irrelevant. Anderson is paid to agitate, and he will continue to do so.