Draft dodging, self defecating Motor City Moron Ted Nugent took the stage at the Donald Trump Grift Rally Saturday night at the Austin Convention Center in Texas and told Trump’s supporters to “go berserk on the skulls of Democrats.”
“I love you, but I would love you more if you went out and just went berserk on the skulls of the Democrats and the Marxists and the communists. Evil must be “stamped out.”
Ted Nugent to rabid trump supporters
Gotta wonder if the kickback $$$’s Nugent is getting from Trump will cover Nugent’s eventual arrest for inciting violence?
A homework assignment given to some middle-schoolers (7th. grade = 11/12 yo) at Christian Academy of Louisville, Kentucky has been exposed showing how it encourages students to persuade an “imaginary friend” to reject being gay. *cough*-GROOMING-*cough*
Via: The Courier Journal:
Screenshots show the assignment required students to write a letter to a hypothetical friend “struggling with homosexuality” and persuade them “God’s design for them is good,” “homosexuality will not bring them satisfaction” and “you love them even though you don’t approve of their lifestyle.” – Assume that you have known this friend since kindergarten, that you go to the same church and that you have been pretty good friends over the years until now,” the screenshot of the assignment read. “… The aim of your letter should be to lovingly and compassionately speak truth to the person you’re talking to in a way that does not approve of any sin. Instead, TRY TO PERSUADE THEM OF THE GOODNESS OF GOD’S DESIGN for them.”
Christian Academy of Louisville School System Superintendent Darin Long in a statement said the assignment had been given to students in a middle school Bible elective class.
The homework was “part of a unit of study which discusses ‘What are humans and where is their identity?'” Long wrote, and “in context, was how a person could discuss homosexuality with a friend from a biblical perspective with compassion and love.”
And Jesus wept. Again.
Modern day education assignment at Christian Academy of Louisville. Middle school. Write a letter to your homosexual friend explaining why it’s wrong. Shameful. #stopthehatepic.twitter.com/UdgXv3FEBA
The Alabama Senate passed its own version of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” law Thursday after a surprise amendment to a transgender bathroom bill. At the start of debate Thursday, an amendment was offered that would stop K-5 elementary teachers from “instruction” on sexuality and gender. The bill passed the Senate 26-3. Since it was amended, it needs to go back to the House for final approval. In addition to instructional limits, the bill requires students to use school bathrooms and locker rooms that match the sex on their birth certificate.
The GOP in Red states are following the templates that have be devised by renegade Florida and Texas. This will not stop until we make them stop.
The bathroom/Don't Say Gay bill passes the Alabama Senate on a 26 to 5 vote. The bill goes back to the House for concurrence or a conference committee. #alpolitics
HB 616, an Ohio bill introduced Monday afternoon duplicates Florida’s Don’t Say Gay law and states that no public school, community school or private school that accepts vouchers shall “teach, use, or provide any curriculum or instructional materials on sexual orientation or gender identity” in kindergarten through third grade. Older students could discuss these issues, but “any curriculum or instructional materials on sexual orientation or gender identity” would have to be “age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards.”
Republican reps. Jean Schmidt, R-Loveland, and Mike Loychik, R-Cortland, sponsored HB 616 and introduced it to the Ohio senate.
Currently NO school in the United States uses any curriculum or instructional materials on sexual orientation or gender identity
The legislation would also ban other divisive concepts like the 1619 Project, critical race theory, intersectional theory, inherited racial guilt, diversity, equity, and inclusion learning outcomes and “any other concept that the state board of education defines as divisive or inherently racist.”
Democratic Rep. Brigid Kelly called that “a huge problem.”
“We’re not giving people access to the tools, the materials, the lessons they need to prepare children for the diverse world that exists,” Kelly said.
Right-wing QAnon conspiracy theorist and United States Representative Lauren Boebert (R-Colorado) on Friday asked the Twitter audience to explain to her why the law does not “require” LGBTQ+ Americans to wait until they are 21 years old to come out. Boebert, a radically socially conservative high-school dropout who supports unfettered access to firearms, drew absurd parallels between LGBTQ+ identity struggles and established legal limitations on who can buy “alcohol beverages” and cigarettes. She also stated that sexuality is a choice, which it is not.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) decided during a live broadcast on Wednesday that she will begin working on federal legislation mirroring Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” law.
“Are you going to write a bill, are you going to introduce a bill because you’ve got the power to do it?” Alex Jones said. “We would all get behind a bill to pull federal funding out of any school that sexualizes children.” Greene agreed, “Absolutely 100%. I will meet with my team right after this interview and we will work on it, Alex, because I will do anything I can to protect kids.”
Of course for now it has ZRTO chance of becoming Federal law. But it appeals to her base. So she can fund raise off of it and do what she does best. Be an attention whore.
WATCH: Marjorie Taylor Greene agrees to write federal 'Don't Say Gay' bill at urging of Alex Jones https://t.co/UB6fwkNaEo
‘She’s (Ginny Thomas is) an independent, adult woman, it just seems a little strange to me all of these calls for her husband to be what, like, minding her better? Frankly, I think it’s kind of misogynistic. ‘She’s a private individual. He’s a justice on the US Supreme Court, but I think this idea that he is somehow automatically responsible for everything he says – what does that mean? Does she have to get his permission?’
Sugar tits Hawley (see pic below) must have skipped the ethics course at law school. Judges should recuse if there is even the appearance of a conflict of interest, which there obviously is in this case. The purpose is to encourage public confidence in the integrity of the courts.
Homophobia was on full display yesterday from the most-bigoted Republican white trash member on Congress Marjorie Taylor Greene used her time at a Trump rally to attack the Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and personally attack a college student from Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Greene (R-Geo.) went full on homophobic on Saturday for some reason demanded that Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and his husband, Chasten, both gay men “stay out of our girls’ bathrooms.”
After the 2022 midterms, she said “You’re going to see a new Republican Party — a Republican Party that defends our nation’s borders, a Republican Party that finishes the wall, a Republican Party that saves this economy and stops this inflation [and] ridiculously high gas prices.” Greene then promised, “We’re going to drill oil right here in the U.S.A.” (Fact Check: America is already the worlds #1 oil producing countries)
Then she criticized Buttigieg, who has encouraged the use of public transportation and electric vehicles that were funded through President Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure law passed last year.
“And you know what?” Greene said, “Pete Buttigieg can take his electric vehicles and his bicycles and he and his husband can stay out of our girls’ bathrooms.”
Homophobia on full display from Marjorie Taylor Greene:
“Pete Buttigieg can take his electric vehicles and his bicycles, and he and his husband can stay out of our girls bathrooms.” pic.twitter.com/eaxOx9jHlf
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (DeathSantis) has voiced his support for a bill that would prohibit the discussion of sexual orientation and/or gender identity in the state’s primary schools.
DeSantis said it’s entirely inappropriate” for teachers to be having conversations with students about gender identity, citing instances of them telling children, “Don’t worry, don’t pick your gender yet,” and also “hiding” classroom lessons from parents.
““Schools need to be teaching kids to read, to write. They need to teach them science, history. We need more civics and understanding of the U.S. Constitution, what makes our country unique, all those basic stuff. The larger issue with all of this is parents must have a seat at the table when it comes to what’s going on in their schools,” he added.
“Every parent, as one myself too, hopes that our leaders will ensure their children’s safety, protection and freedom, and today conservative politicians in Florida rejected those basic values,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said during a press briefing Tuesday.
President Biden also weighed in shortly after the briefing, denouncing the legislation as “hateful.”
“I want every member of the LGBTQI+ community — especially the kids who will be impacted by this hateful bill — to know that you are loved and accepted just as you are,” he tweeted.
I want every member of the LGBTQI+ community — especially the kids who will be impacted by this hateful bill — to know that you are loved and accepted just as you are. I have your back, and my Administration will continue to fight for the protections and safety you deserve. https://t.co/OcAIMeVpHL
A Florida bill that would limit classroom discussions on sexual orientation and gender identity and encourage parents to sue schools or teachers that engage in these topics is speeding through the GOP controlled state House and Senate.
The aptly nicknamed “Don’t Say Gay” bill by LGBT fear that if this bill is signed into law, it could act as a complete ban on the lessons on LGBT oppression, history and discussions about LGBT identities.
The two bills in the state legislature, HB 1557 and SB 1834, state that a school district “may not encourage classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity in primary grade levels or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students.” It also adds that parents who catch a violation of this rule can sue, seeking damages and reimbursement for attorney fees and court costs.
Florida GOP House Rep. Joe Harding, who is the sponsor of the legislation, hopes it will “reinforce the fundamental right of parents to make decisions regarding upbringing & control of their children,” according to the bill’s text.
The bill is particularly troubling in a state where there have been tragic hate crimes committed against those in the LGBT community, including the 2016 mass shooting at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando in which 49 people were killed and another 53 wounded.
2021 was a record-breaking year for anti-LGBTQ legislation. More than 250 of these bills were introduced and at least 17 were enacted into law. All of which introduced into GOP controlled states.