HISTORIC: Miami-Dade School Board votes 8-1 to reject a resolution declaring October as LGBTQ History Month
“Our students should go to school to learn their ABC’s, not their LGBT’s.” — Florida Lt. Gov. Jeanette Núñez
We have written about how the LGBTQ agenda has entered our public school systems nationwide. Initially is began as an anti-gay bullying program, then is moved to creating gay clubs like GLSEN in public schools, then it morphed into teaching about sex to underaged children.
Then is moved to actual grooming of children to have sex with perverts, pedophiles and pederasts by public school teachers and sodomites.
Today if you as a parent criticize any of these policies, programs or behaviors in public classrooms you are designated a domestic terrorist.
In Florida the epicenter for child abuse has been in the Miami-Dade school system. We have seen child molesters like Jason Edward Meyers a teacher at Palmetto High School in Miami-Dade, Florida who is a pedophile who stalked his underaged students for sex for a decade.
Governor Ron DeSantis has made it his mission to protect the innocence of Florida’s children.
But there may be a ray of hope.
In an email The Christian Family Coalition Florida wrote,
In a historic turnaround victory for parental rights and children’s protection, the Miami-Dade School Board voted 8-1 on Wednesday to reject a resolution declaring October as LGBTQ History Month in Miami-Dade Schools.
The decision was a major reversal from last year, when the same board voted 7-1 in favor of declaring October 2021 as LGBTQ History Month in the public schools.
The stunning about-face reflected the new political reality in Florida schools and in much of the nation as outraged parents have stood up over the last year to oppose the extremist LGBTQ indoctrination of our children.
That movement of concerned parents was on full display at Wednesday’s school board meeting, as more than 200 residents packed the chamber to oppose the “LGBTQ History Month” resolution, which was sponsored by liberal school board member Lucia Baez-Geller.
Many parents pointed out that Baez-Geller’s resolution – which called for special lesson plans to celebrate same-sex marriage and the transgender movement – would have violated the state’s Parental Rights in Education Act signed this year by Gov. Ron DeSantis, which prohibits LGBT indoctrination in grades K through 3.
The overwhelming majority of the school board agreed, as all eight of Baez-Geller’s colleagues of both parties voted to reject her resolution.
“This is a huge win for parents, and it proves that we can force the extremist LGBTQ movement into retreat if enough folks stand up and say enough is enough,” said Christian Family Coalition Founder and Executive Director Anthony Verdugo. “CFC Florida rallied well over 200 parents to come to the school board meeting and speak their minds, and many more responded to our email alerts to contact their board members to let them know how they feel. That definitely made a difference. We also want to thank all the school board members who voted to defend parental rights and protect our children from sexual indoctrination.”
Please take a moment to email the following board members your thanks for rejecting LGBTQ indoctrination.
Now there is a documentary titled Keep This Between Us about Jason Meyers and other predators in our public school classrooms.
In this documentary three women re-examine their past relationships with predator teachers, exposing the shocking statistics of widespread grooming in U.S. high schools, including Florida.
This is just one part of the larger war against the sodomites and their enablers.
Never give up. Never surrender to them and their sick policies.
Get them out of our public schools and the public square. Pride is a sin.
©Dr. Rich Swier. All rights reserved.
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