This is sickening.
As a mother, it makes me want to throw up. Or cry. Or both.
It makes me want to take my children and hide them in a cave from the depravity that is taking over our school systems.
So I completely understand how these parents are feeling.
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According to The Blaze, angry Virginia moms in the Loudoun county school district lined up this week to read from pornographic books assigned to 9th graders.
I am choosing to post some of what was read in the meeting, despite its graphic nature, because I know there are parents and grandparents who read my posts.
You should know what your kids and grandkids are being exposed to.
Here, some of the letters in offending words have been replaced with asterisks to protect your sensibilities.
In your kids’ schools, they have not.
These are some of the excerpts read out loud by the parents in the school board meeting:
“I grab her by the neck and start punching her,” the mother continues to read. Later, the narrator describes keeping the female “in a closet for a couple of days” where “she kept on screaming, begging to be let out. Begging for water.”
“Jasper wasn’t even my boyfriend, just this dude I did some hacking with once in a while,” the second mother reads. “He was pretty basic…but he had a big d***. And sometimes a girl just needs a big d***.
A third parent read about sex acts involving a “boy — his pants around his ankles — squeezed between April’s straddled legs as she lay on top of a teacher’s desk.” The narrator describes flipping the “boy” around, “pushing him against the wall” and then dropping to their knees.
The fourth mother reads an excerpt where the narrator declares, “she sucked my d***. I didn’t really want it to happen, it just kinda did.” Another character in the book replies, “Wait a minute, is that what was really going on? She did your homework and you ate her c******!”
And this is the education our tax dollars are paying for?
9th-grade children are given sexually explicit books to read in Virginia school; when the parents protest and read passages during the school board meeting, they are told, "We will continue. If you don't like it, submit an appeal for review."https://t.co/U8FmHvFIl3 pic.twitter.com/NtIAqccCgO
— 0censor (@0censor) May 14, 2021
Watch this frustrated dad as he tries to reason with the school board officials who are peddling filth to his kids in the form of literature.
Their response? “Please cover your face with your mask, sir.”
Yesterday, so many parents spoke about the filth that is being peddled in our schools (earmuff kids). The curtain has been pulled back @LCPSOfficial. The parents will not roll over, we will not be silenced like you attempted here. There is zero leadership from this school board. pic.twitter.com/HxYplBqVIU
— Brandon Michon (@BrandonMichon) May 12, 2021
In the meantime, classics like To Kill a Mocking Bird are being banned from school libraries.
In his monologue yesterday on Fox News, Tucker Carlson highlighted a teacher named Andrea Weiskopf who explains how To Kill A Mockingbird causes racial trauma.
Miss Weiskopf explained how the book “To Kill A Mockingbird” — a book the rest of us assumed was all about why racism is bad — is in fact itself racist because it causes something called “racial trauma,” due to the fact there are white people in it:
ANDREA WEISKOPF: It’s funny how they are so afraid of having their children seeing another view of sexuality, gender or religion…If you want to talk about books that are assigned, let’s read To Kill a Mockingbird together. If you aren’t able to consider the racial trauma this assigned book causes black children with its white saviorism, then you have no business discussing any books.
If you don’t consider “To Kill a Mockingbird” racist, says Andrea Weiskopf, then, “you have no business discussing any books.” Can you even imagine what this lady’s personal life must be like? Miserable doesn’t begin to describe it. Desperate. Hellish.
But if she looks familiar, there’s a reason for that. You’ve heard a lot of lectures like this recently. From people like Andrea Weiskopf. Stupid people telling you what you’re allowed to say and read. That’s essentially 2021 summed up in a single sentence. The scary thing is, they’re telling your kids the same thing. All day, every day, in school. What effect is that having on your kids? On all of our kids? On the country itself? Well, over time, the effect is unimaginable. For the last year, most parents have put up with this. Either they didn’t know it was happening, or they felt powerless to stop it from happening. They were afraid to object, to speak up, as lunatics like Andrea Weiskopf hurt their kids. But that’s changing, finally. Some parents have had enough.
Yes, some parents have had enough.
Like this courageous mother who had the guts up to stand up against Critical Race Theory indoctrination in Laudoun county classrooms.
Virginia mother delivers absolutely scorching takedown of "Critical Race Theory" at school board meeting:
"CRT is racist, it is abusive. It discriminates against one's color."
— The First (@TheFirstonTV) May 12, 2021
This meeting, although frustrating to the point of fury, is actually a positive sign.
It signifies the beginning of the end of people’s patience with the teaching of critical race theory and the perverting of our young children under the guise of young adult literature.
At the end of the day, parents want the best for their children and this is not it.
If an ultra-liberal county like Loudoun county is facing such impassioned backlash, maybe the tide is finally turning.
If we all stand up and refuse to surrender our children to the Left-wing agenda maybe, just maybe, they still stand a chance.