Teacher Supports Drag Queen Visiting School; Check Out Horrific Thing He Said About Parents Having A Say In Raising Their Own Children

(Tea Party 247) – When a person has a child, they are given a responsibility before God to care for that blessing by providing for his or her basic needs like food, clothing, shelter, and love. But the role of a parent is so much more than that.

God also requires parents to be in charge of their children’s education, instilling in them values that line up with His word and that make them productive members of society. He also says parents need to protect their kids from the wolves in the world who want to destroy them and do them harm. This means parents stand in the gap between the monsters looking to devour the young and their kids.

However, leftists don’t agree with God’s vision for how things are supposed to be done. In fact, they think the state should be god, the ultimate authority in a person’s life, especially when it comes to children. All of the liberal movements efforts regarding education and family life are geared toward taking the nuclear family and undermining it and changing it so that the state becomes a child’s family, it’s loyal parent who provides his or her care.

Don’t think that’s how progressives think? A teacher who recently supported a drag queen coming and talking to young students also stated that parents shouldn’t have the final say in how their children are raised.

Here’s more from Summit News:

A teacher at a school in Texas said parents shouldn’t have the “final say” in raising their own kids after some of them complained about a drag queen visiting the school to give a talk to the children.

Willis High School was paid a visit by an adult drag performer by the stage name “Lynn Adonis” who spent the day with children and exchanged social media contacts with some of them.

School Principal Stephanie Hodgins defended the decision to invite Adonis after parents complained, but English teacher Anthony Lane went further, suggesting that parents should submit to the will of the “community” when it comes to raising their own kids.

“I believe that raising a child is the responsibility of the community and that parents should not have the final say,” said Lane in response to the controversy. “Let’s be honest, some of you don’t know what is best for your kids.”

Apparently, according to Lane, what’s best for the kids is to be given advice by a man who dresses as a woman and dances provocatively while people wave dollar bills like they’re in a strip club, if the video above is anything to go by.

When Lane faced a backlash from some of the parents, he doubled down, accusing them of bigotry for not wanting their children to spend personal time with a drag queen.

“Parents believe they should be able to storm the school in the name of political and religious beliefs if something happens in the school that they are morally opposed to. They forget that we make a promise to prepare their children to live in a diverse world. We are not required to protect the misguided, bigoted views of their parents,” he wrote on Facebook, before deleting the post.

Parents are now calling for Lane to be fired. It’s unclear whether “Lynn Adonis” will make a return to the school.

Should this teacher really be fired? Absolutely. The reason why?

The worldview she’s teaching and advocating for, not to mention the exposure to sexual deviants, is a danger to the mental wellbeing of her students and possibly the physical wellbeing too.

Parents around the country need to stand up, prepared to fight tooth and nail to protect their children from being exposed to this hideous sexual degeneracy before it corrupts them inside and out.

Source: summit.news/2019/11/28/teacher-who-supported-drag-queen-visiting-school-says-parents-shouldnt-have-final-say-in-raising-their-children/

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