Groomer Genocide as Many States Mimic Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” Bill

We all support this like we support limits on immigration or abortion.

But like with immigration and abortion: this ship has sailed.

Every child is now already groomed to be a faggot, and you didn’t do anything about it.

The Guardian:

Since Florida passed its controrversial “don’t say gay” bill, conservative states across America have been advancing similar bills as they attempt to ban the discussion of gender identity and sexual orientation in classrooms.

Last month, Florida’s Republican governor, Ron DeSantis, signed into law the Parental Rights in Education bill. The law prohibits all discussion of sexuality and gender identity in schools, a move that advocates say will “erase” LGBTQ+ students and history.

Since the bill’s introduction and passage, various Republican-run states have filed similar legislation that mimics Florida’s, reflecting a chilling wave of speech and identity restrictions across the country.

Over 156 gag order bills have been introduced or refiled in 39 states since January 2021, according to a February report by Pen America, a non-profit that seeks to protect freedom of expression in the US. At least 105 of those target K-12 schools, 49 target higher education and 62 include mandatory punishments for those found in violation.

Florida’s ‘don’t say gay’ bill is just the tip of the iceberg. While race, sex and American history remain the most common targets of censorship, bills silencing speech about LGBTQ+ identities have also surged to the fore,” the organization said.

The article mentions the following states following Florida’s footsteps:

  • Georgia
  • Louisiana
  • Kansas
  • Indiana
  • Tennessee
  • Arizona
  • Oklahoma
  • Ohio
  • South Carolina

But as we’ve seen in Florida, the teachers continue to break the law, even though it exists.

Plus, the laws don’t protect all prepubescent children.

The Florida bill says that on the first day of fourth grade, teachers can pass out dildos and hormone blockers, and keep it secret from the parents. Yes, maybe a 9-year-old is more resistant to such ideas than a 5-year-old.

But I’m a millennial, and grew up in an urban suburb, and we didn’t talk about sex until high school, and even then it was just a tiny course where the teacher admitted that the best policy was abstinence.

The Jewish media and its believers are acting like this is a second Holocaust – even though they don’t even do this in Europe. Not even in Scandinavia, where they were still making child pornography legally into the 1990s, do they sexually groom children in schools.