Parents, remove your kids from the public school system.
The heathens that run these institutions want to indoctrinate your children and take away your parental rights.
And I’m not exaggerating when I say the public school system is rampant with pedophilia.
WLT reported on pornographic material made available to students without parental knowledge.
One Kentucky High School faces an investigation for shocking, now-deleted photos from a recent assembly.
Hazard High School in Hazard, Kentucky hosted a male pageant during homecoming week.
The pageant had male students dressed in lingerie and female students dressed in Hooters outfits.
And students of both sexes gave faculty and staff lap dances.
Don ‘Happy’ Mobelini, principal of Hazard High School, is seen in several pictures from the event.
Mobelini is also the mayor of Hazard.
Pictures from the event surfaced on a Facebook page for the school’s athletic teams.
Following outcries from enraged parents, the school deleted the pictures.
But the evidence is still going around on social media.
Below, you’ll find pictures from the male pageant:
*WARNING: DISTURBING IMAGES*
— Nate Bryan (@NateInSports) October 27, 2021
The parental outrage over the raunchy, pedophiliac event sparked an investigation.
Photos that were since taken down from the athletics department's Facebook page appeared to show scantily clad students giving lap dances to faculty and staff, including Hazard High School Principal Donald "Happy" Mobelini, who is also mayor of the city.https://t.co/za8KtQqIPI
— Tessa Duvall 📰 (@TessaDuvall) October 27, 2021
if you’re a student, parent or alumni of hazard high school and want to comment on this very upsetting scene, my DMs are open… https://t.co/M4QcyBHqNe
— Sarah Baird (@scbaird) October 27, 2021
Is this critical race theory? "Several pictures show students dressed in women’s underwear, dancing on and near school officials."
Hazard High School assembly under investigation after photos go viral https://t.co/djdohXd80K
— Joe Gabriel Simonson (@SaysSimonson) October 27, 2021
The Louisville Courier Journal reported:
The superintendent of Hazard Independent Schools said an investigation is underway after photos surfaced showing students giving lap dances to staff and wearing scant clothing Tuesday as part of Hazard High School’s homecoming week festivities in Eastern Kentucky.
Students and staff took part in a “Man Pageant” and “Costume Day” on Tuesday, according to Hazard High School’s Facebook page.
Photos that were subsequently taken down from the athletics department’s Facebook page showed students in underclothing giving lap dances to faculty and staff, including Hazard High School Principal Donald “Happy” Mobelini, who is also mayor of the Perry County city.
Other photos on the athletics page that also were later taken down showed female students dressed up in “Hooters” outfits and students and staff appearing to paddle one another.
The Post Millennial provided further details on the ensuing investigation:
Superintendent of Hazard Independent Schools Sonda Combs told The Courier Journal that the district “has a tradition of excellence and academics and everything we do, but the incident is being investigated and once the investigation is complete, appropriate action will be taken.”
She declined to comment on whether the “Man Pageant” was an annual event, or give details on the investigation. Toni Konz Tatman, Kentucky Department of Education spokeswoman, said the department is “aware of what took place in Hazard Independent Schools” and has “been in contact with the superintendent, who has informed us that the incident is under investigation.”
“Kentucky law provides that school district superintendents are required to report instances of educator misconduct to the Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB). Therefore, if the investigation finds a certified educator likely violated the Kentucky Educator Code of Ethics, the superintendent is required to report this to the EPSB for potential action,” Konz Tatman wrote in an email.
“If any citizen of Commonwealth feels that that Kentucky’s educator Code of Ethics was violated by a certified educator, they can also file a complaint with the EPSB,” she continued.