Author Topic: 16 Blue States Join Lawsuit to Cancel Florida’s Anti-Grooming Law  (Read 676 times)

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Sixteen busybody blue states are suing Florida to overturn its anti-grooming law in a Northern Florida court.

The suing parties include Washington D.C., New Jersey, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New York and Oregon, according to Axios.

The amicus brief stated that the above-mentioned blue states’ “policies allow educators to address LGBTQ issues.” Accordingly, the brief argued that “these policies demonstrate that there is no legitimate reason to ban mentioning them.” This, of course, assumes that Floridians want their children educated in the same way as children in leftist states.

The blue states thus fail to noticed (or are gaslighting those who will not fail to see) that teaching Kindergarteners to 3rd graders about any sexual act is not a “minor instructional choice.” Indeed, for non-groomers and normal people it is apparent that parents have a duty to keep perverts away from their children.
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