If you want to understand just how fallen America is, just look at how out in the open the child groomers are in the government prison camps, often referred to as public schools, and what the conservatives of the day cheer as “protection” from said groomers.
Last year, I covered a school board meeting at an Illinois school district. At the meeting, a middle school teacher presented the PrideClub to the school board with a video in which students opened by giving their preferred pronouns and openly discussion how they learned about their sexuality.
The teacher bemoaned the fact that kids had to get a permission slip signed by those pesky parents, and some children may not be allowed to join her sexually perverse cult. Instead of being fired on the spot by the board and had the police called on her for her child grooming, which she should have, the board applauded her for enlightening the kids. And, even more shocking to me, after I reported on it for my local newspaper, we didn’t see one parent show any outrage for what is going on in the government schools.
Of course, in Florida this just couldn’t happen because of the new law “banning” LGBT propaganda in school. Oh wait, it could happen there because it only “bans” it through third grade.
Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) publicly spoke in support of the Florida law but said it doesn’t go far enough. She Tweeted: “When I first heard about Florida’s Parental Rights bill, I was shocked it only protects children K-3. Third grade? How about 12th grade—or not at all. Meanwhile, schools are failing: 1 in 4 graduates are functionally illiterate. Parents should raise their kids, not the government.”
In a video included in the Tweet, Gabbard said: “Government has no place in our personal lives, government has no place in our bedrooms. Parents are the ones responsible for raising their kids and instilling in them a moral foundation, not the government. Now the reality that we’re facing in this country is that our schools are failing. Nationally, 34% of students are below basic reading level in the fourth grade, 25% of high school graduates are functionally illiterate.”
So, what else can happen in Florida schools?
Karlyn Borysenko wrote about a webinar at the Burlington Vermont School District titled “Let’s Talk About Gender Identity and Expression.” This was a publicly available webinar with active student participation.
Included was a student who “came out” with the help of taxpayer funded school staff in fifth grade. Listen to her in this video. This is a child.
“I’m in middle school, and I have a younger sibling in fourth grade and… I’m not 100% sure what their pronouns are…. My sibling, I went to the same elementary school, and I felt pretty supportive and I came out with the help of my guidance counselor. They were really supportive. I think we had like a whole unit with the guidance counselor teaching us about stuff,” the student says.
There’s the obligatory gender pronoun pronouncements from students and the “gender unicorn” in use by the “trans non-binary” assistant principal Nicole Ellis.
David Knight said about the Vermont groomers and the Florida bill: “The Florida law would not protect any of these kids. They’re all fair game for these perverts who want to manipulate them, who want to groom them.”
Yet, the Florida bill is what we’re told to cheer on as some “protection” of kids. But let’s take a deeper look at that bill beyond just the grade in which child grooming is allowed to begin.
The supposed “don’t say gay” aspect of Florida’s HB1557 is this: “Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards.”
Do you not think that the “teachers” and “administrators” can find a work around from this? Even though they’re teaching 9-year-olds to watch pornography in New Jersey, they’ve got a nice little cartoon to teach it. Aren’t cartoons, like Blues Clues’ Pride parade, age appropriate?
And what can the State of Florida actually do? All it can do is remove funding. Of course, the feds could jump in and restore that funding, and they’ve got deeper pockets since they’ve got a printing machine to churn out dollars. And, when the largest school districts in Florida start cutting programs, purposely, under the general guise of their funding was cut, how long do you think it will take the Florida politicians to step in and increase funding to those schools during election season.
A principled approach is needed now more than ever, one in which parents actually start taking responsibility again for the education and protection of their children and not leave them in the hands of the state.
In the 2011 documentary IndoctriNation, Dr. Roger Schultz, a dean at Liberty University, discussed how the pilgrims came to America in part to provide a stronger education for their kids with the primary textbook being the Bible. Herb Titus, who was a founding dean of the law school at Regent University, said: “It’s quite remarkable that we have allowed this particular educational philosophy to dominate America for so long when the early history of the country indicated that it was a family responsibility, a church responsibility, not the responsibility of the civil government to educate the nation’s children.”
We’re talking today about how to “protect” kids from sexual groomers in the government schools, and there is absolutely no calls to make the Bible the primary textbook. I don’t think there’s a single Republican who would actually say these “teachers” and “administrators” who are openly grooming kids should be fired and arrested. The furthest they’ll go is to write a few lines of text on a piece of paper that says they’re not allowed to groom kids before 4th grade.
Parents must take back the responsibility they handed over to the government decades ago.