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Based Texas Superintendent Being Crucified by Satanic Federal Government
They say children’s books about anal sex are a civil right.
A leftist triad of ProPublica, NBC, and the Texas Tribune have teamed up to gang rape our boy in Grandbury ISD.
The U.S. Education Department’s civil rights enforcement arm has launched an investigation into a North Texas school district whose superintendent was secretly recorded ordering librarians to remove LGBTQ-themed library books.
Education and legal experts say the federal probe of the Granbury Independent School District — which stemmed from a complaint by the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas and reporting by NBC News, ProPublica and The Texas Tribune — appears to be the first such investigation explicitly tied to the nationwide movement to ban school library books dealing with sexuality and gender.
The Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights notified Granbury school officials on Dec. 6 that it had opened the investigation following a July complaint by the ACLU, which accused the district of violating a federal lawthat prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender. The ACLU complaint was based largely on an investigation published in March by NBC News, ProPublica and the Tribune that revealed that Granbury’s superintendent, Jeremy Glenn, instructed librarians to remove books dealing with sexual orientation and people who are transgender.
Private companies with public school contracts send lewd books to schools, which are then placed in the school library. Nobody even knows how these books are chosen.
The government now alleges it is illegal to remove these books for any reason because children having access to smut provided by a contractor is a “civil right.”
These school districts claim to be “independent,” by the way.
“I acknowledge that there are men that think they’re women and there are women that think they’re men,” Glenn told librarians in January, according to a leaked recording of the meeting obtained, verified and published exclusively by the news outlets. “I don’t have any issues with what people want to believe, but there’s no place for it in our libraries.”
Later in the meeting, Glenn clarified that he was specifically focused on removing books geared toward queer students: “It’s the transgender, LGBTQ and the sex — sexuality — in books,” he said, according to the recording.
The federal government claims that children having access to this is a human right.
It’s honestly a human rights violation to be pushing this on children in any way.
Alleged President Joe Brandon gave a speech recently where he spoke about about how it’s “our values” to surgically alter children’s genitals.
He also said “racism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, transphobia, it's all connected.” What did he mean by this?
“These comments, combined with the book removals, really send a message to LGBTQ students in the districts that: ‘You don’t belong here. Your existence is shameful. It should be censored,’” Kempf said.
Homosexual “sex” and the rest of this stuff is shameful, and that’s why criticism of it is being crushed by the government instead of trying to win people over with some kind of argument. It’s just brutal force.
We still love these people even though they are trying to groom children for a life of debauchery, setting them on a path of sin. We hope their hearts are changed, as they are causing immeasurable harm.
It seems like the overarching goal here is to harm families, as people who choose to be like the people in the photo above will surely not be having families. It’s a form of genetic suicide, a decision to become extinct.
Giving children books about the life and teachings of Jesus Christ would lead to better outcomes for society than books about chicks with dicks. I’m not sure this is even debatable.
However, we don’t need to be total prudes. I’m not an unreasonable person.
In fact, I’ve got a compromise to offer to the feds — we can have some comic books with some sexualized themes in the high schools, but only as long as they fit a certain theme.
A sort of blend of history and tasteful contemporary art.