Parents Against Sexualisation in Schools Labelled ‘Domestic Terrorists’

26 October 2021

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American parents who are too outspoken at school committee meetings are being labelled as “domestic terrorists” by the Biden Justice Department. But parents have every right to share their views. After all, they – not schools – are the primary educators of their children.

“Parents are the primary educators of their children,” said Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback, Ph.D. “Acceptance of this truth cuts across party lines, as well as religious, racial, and income barriers.

“But no more,” Morse observed. “Now some politicians are so enamoured of public schools pushing the Sexual Revolution that they’re telling parents to take a backseat. ‘You’re just along for the ride.’”

Input From Parents Not Welcome

In a public debate, former Virginia governor (and current gubernatorial candidate) Terry McAuliffe stated, “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

McAuliffe, who was once seen winning handily, is now in a dead-heat with the Republican candidate, who’s come out strongly for parental rights. The election is less than three weeks away.

Morse charged: “The education establishment doesn’t think these uppity parents have any right to oppose the sexualization of their children, transgenderism, and outright pornography in the schools.”

Parent Against Transgender Dogma Silenced

At a school committee meeting in Fairfax, VA, a member tried to shut off the microphone of a parent who read from a book promoting pedophilia, available in school libraries.

The mayor of Hudson, OH, told school board members to resign or be charged with distributing child pornography. Parents had complained about the high school textbook, 642 Things to Write About, which asks students to “Write about the first time you had sex” and “Describe your favourite part of a man’s body.”

Morse explained: “The Sexual Revolution has come to dominate public education. Children are encouraged to choose their gender. Biological boys are allowed to participate in girls’ sports and use their showers and changing rooms.”

A parent in Loudoun Co., VA, says the school district tried to cover up the bathroom sexual assault of his daughter to protect its “transgender” policies.

Parents as Domestic Terrorists?

“The worst of the lot, though, is that the Biden Justice Department is considering treating parents who are too outspoken at school committee meetings as ‘domestic terrorists,’” Morse said. “With that label slapped on them, concerned parents, ordinary decent people, could be prosecuted under the Patriot Act.

“Did I hear someone say ‘chilling effect’ on speech?” Morse asked rhetorically. “This is worse than a garden variety free speech issue. Politicos like McAuliffe seem to believe that families are supposed to pay for public education, surrender their children for indoctrination, and keep their mouths shut,” Morse declared.

“The Ruth Institute disagrees in the strongest possible terms. Parents are the primary educators of their children. The State is muscling in, far beyond its rights or its competence. This is tyranny, full stop.”

Originally published at the Ruth Institute. Image by Ocean Biggshott on Unsplash.

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