The incompetence and far-left extremism among the likes of Tay Anderson and the rest of the Denver Public School Board has officially ignited a massive fight within the Democrat Party over the resignation of Superintendent Susana Cordova.

Weighing in first is former Obama Education Secretary Arne Duncan, who blasted the school board for forcing out Cordova.

Duncan, a member of Obama’s cabinet from 2009 through 2015 and the previous head of Chicago’s school system, referenced an opinion article published in Westword from 14 former Denver Board of Education members. The former officials blamed Cordova’s announcement of her departure earlier this month on “a hostile work environment.”


“In community meetings, through their political campaigns, and on social media, some board members were painfully disrespectful, undermined her leadership, and treated her in a way that was neither fair nor democratic,” the op-ed reads.

Needless to say, Anderson did not appreciate Duncan’s sentiments.

The situation with the school board grew so rancorous on Monday, Denver Mayor Hancock called for an independent group of citizens to lead the search for a new superintendent.

Anderson did not take kindly to that suggestion, either.

Anderson also blasted Hancock for calling the board “dysfunctional.”

Lost in the shuffle are the real victims of this political melodrama — the DPS students and their families who have been completely failed by the Democrat Party and their rising star.