The Family Research Center’s Value Voters Summit that President Trump addressed on Friday included anti-LGBT propaganda pamphlets that were distributed at the event.
Pictures of the booklets appeared to feature insights from the book, “The Health Hazards of Homosexuality,” authored by the Mass Resistance, longtime anti-LGBT hate group based in Massachusetts, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The material warned readers of the “public health crisis” created by homosexuals, has earned a swift reaction from Twitter users who have condemned the president for speaking before the Value Voters Summit. The Family Center is also officially designated as a “hate group” by SPLC and it’s President Tony Perkins has been proven to have ties to white supremacists and to former KKK Grand Wizard David Dukes.
The host hotel the Omni Shoreham has come under fire in recent years for allowing this conference on it’s ground considering its extreme anti-LGBT stance to no avail. I myself have complained to the Omni Shoreham many times with their response being they have never seen any anti-LGBT literature or statements made at the conference.
One of this years “Breakout Sessions” is titled:
TRANSGENDER IDEOLOGY IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS: PARENTS FIGHT BACK
Josh Hetzler, Legislative Counsel, Family Foundation of Virginia*; Meg Kilgannon, Executive Director, Concerned Parents and Educators of Fairfax County*; Cathy Ruse, Senior Fellow for Legal Studies, Family Research Council*; Elizabeth Schultz, Fairfax County School Board Member*; Peter Sprigg, Senior Fellow, Policy Studies, Family Research Council*
Fairfax County, VA is ground zero in the efforts to impose transgender ideology on American school children. The Fairfax County school system is one of the largest and richest in the United States, and its close proximity to Washington, DC has made it a target for the efforts to mainstream this radical ideology. Even after the Trump Administration revoked the Obama directive threatening the nation’s public schools, the fight rages on at the state and district level. This panel will present four of the central actors in resisting this imposition: School board member Elizabeth Schultz, who has fought district bureaucrats and the rest of the school board, practically alone, for three years; Meg Kilgannon, a parent of children in the Fairfax County school system who has created a veritable army of parent and taxpayer activists; Josh Hetzler, a legal expert who has traveled the state speaking to school boards and providing draft legal guidance letters, and FRC’s own Peter Sprigg, Senior Fellow for Policy Studies and FRC senior legal fellow Cathy Ruse, who has testified several times on the legal and policy implications of these ill-thought policies. Take part in this pivotal discussion as the panel exposes the tactics used by the transgender lobby and the strategies parents and taxpayers have used to fight back.
Omni is owned by Robert Rowling of Highland Park, a major Republican donor who’s made campaign contributions to numerous anti-gay lawmakers and makes makes major donations to Karl Rove’s American Crossroads Super-Pac