It’s like Karma just gave us the biggest gift ever! Chris Bressi, the local politician running for Downingtown Area School School District School Board just got OUTED for being the FAKE people have said all along. I almost spit out my coffee this morning when this hit my inbox.
You see I’m just a little ole’ blogger and someone he called a racist among other things. But while he was going high and we were supposedly going low, you just kept looking at things and nothing added up did it? Only you wonder if the media is ever going to look into some of these Klanned Karenhood , Stepford Wives for Totalitarianism, Moms for Liberty candidates don’t you?
But hey, I have maintained all along that you shouldn’t let people who wear gas masks to school board meetings, pick out your school board candidates and other politicians…
Karma is a god. Yes, thank you Taylor Swift. It is such an amazing thing to have the media even find more than we knew about. I know I had nothing to do with the media placement with this. My phone started blowing up this morning when I turned it on and it really has given me a good giggle…
by Maddie Hanna
Published Nov. 2, 2023, 5:00 a.m. ET
The first warning from the Society of College Medicine landed in inboxes in June 2021, with the subject line “Violation — Book Red Flagged.”
“It has come to our attention that a ‘Red Flagged’ book has appeared on your DEI Reading List,” the email to Downingtown Area School District administrators and school board members, began, citing White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo….
Several more emails arrived in the coming weeks, warning Downingtown that the society had now issued five “tier-1″ and eight “tier-2″ violations for books it deemed “extremely divisive.” The society said it had given Downingtown’s DEI reading list a “D,” “which is in the bottom tier of all schools we assess globally.”
But the Society for College Medicine is merely a website that appears to be made up by a man who is not a physician but is running for the Downingtown school board.
Christopher Bressi, a Republican backed by the conservative “parental rights” group Moms for Liberty, previously listed the society on his resume andreferenced it in Facebook posts, according to community members who have documented the ties. The society’s website has also mentioned Bressi…..When Bressi announced his candidacy, community members searched online to learn more about him. They found a resume on LinkedIn that mentioned the Society of College Medicine — the first of several connections that would emerge. (The mention has since disappeared from his resume, which also doesn’t use his full name.)…Bressi did not respond to requests for comment, but in a Facebook post in March, he said he had never wanted to run for school board, “which used to be the most trivial position on planet earth,” but “was convinced to after five — yes 5 requests.”
He said in that post that since announcing his run, he had been harassed, bullied and doxed, and that his opponents were afraid that he would “bring rationality back and actually listen to parents.”…Bressi describes himself as a professor — appearing on Moms for Liberty’s endorsement list as “Professor Christopher Bressi” — who began working in the “higher education sector” as a research assistant in 1998….Since those humbler beginnings, I have held various, senior-level positions including Academic Dean, Department Chair, Site Director, Director of Education, and National Director,” he says on his campaign website.
He doesn’t say where he’s worked. But a LinkedIn resume for “Christopher B.” on LinkedIn that uses the same Martin Luther King Jr. quote as his campaign site — “Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve” — lists numerous positions, including “executive director of higher education.”
That position appears to be with Aspect Consulting, an IT consulting company based in King of Prussia; the company did not return a message seeking comment. A former colleague said Bressi’s role when they worked together was connecting education institutions with consultants that could advise them about software.
“The fact that he says he’s the director of higher ed, that’s a service we provide. … But he’s not the service, he’s the go-between,” said the former colleague, who spoke on the condition of anonymity….Bressi’s resume also says he has been an adjunct technology professor with Delaware County Community College for 20 years; a college spokesperson said she could not comment on employment information.
In other roles, Bressi says he worked as a technology professor for ITT Technical Institute, the for-profit education chain that shut down in 2016; and as academic dean for the former Career Education Corp., now Perdoceo, a company that owns for-profit colleges. The company did not respond to a request for comment.
He also says he was a law and justice professor from 2004 to 2006 for Alvernia University, “in the Philadelphia and Exton PA Location(s).” Bressi says that, as “site director and professor” for the PA Institute of Forensic Science, he “worked in conjunction with Alvernia College to expand/open a satellite campus in Exton, PA.”
An Alvernia spokesperson said academic records reflect classes taught by Bressi in 2005, “but we haven’t operated a site in Exton.”…Bressi informed the board that “the largest educational management group on LinkedIn” had “recommended collectively that K-12 schools adopt a no-politics-in-the-classroom pledge” — advising the district to “follow suit.”
Bressi’s use of groups he’s created is “absolutely deceptive,” intended to convey authority, said one parent, who requested anonymity because she’s been secretly tracking right-wing community members online.
She said she worries about the prospect of Moms for Liberty and others gaining influence on the school board: “I don’t want my hometown to end up like Florida.”
This is a huge article, and it is so worth getting a subscription to The Philadelphia Inquirer to read it.
This guy is the George Santos of school board candidates and local politicians.
Thank you to The Philadelphia Inquirer for writing about this. We owe them a debt of gratitude out here in Chester County. And no, I had nothing to do with the article.
Gosh “professor” I guess being passive aggressive towards me all these months is the least of your worries now.
But hey dude, you keep going high up into the ether where your delusions live, while we live in reality.
Between this news and West Goshen today it’s like Christmas came early.
Ciao for now!