The perversity of San Fransisco is rapidly expanding to encompass California and threatening to take over the country.
Los Angeles and San Francisco already took this action, but it’s the first time a transgender law like this made it to the state level.
Lawmakers are attempting to normalize and even encourage deviancy and debauchery at the cost of educating our children in the name of fairness. Supporters say it’s important that transgender students feel comfortable and not isolated.
“No student can learn if they feel like they have to hide who they are at school or [are] singled out for unequal treatment,” California Assemblyman Tom Ammiano said.
“It’s going to take away that extra pressure of not knowing where to go and not knowing what classes you’re going to be in and not being treated the same as all the other boys and girls in your school,” transgender student Ashton Lee said.
Democrats control the state capitol in Sacramento, but conservative Republican Tim Donnelly is making waves with what he has done.
“The public schools are no longer interested in education,” Donnelly told CBN News. “They’ve become government indoctrination centers.”
So the assemblyman from Southern California made a strong choice.
“I pulled my 13-year old son out of school,” Donnelly said. “He is not going back to the junior high school for more of this social indoctrination. To me, they ought to be talking about reading, writing and arithmetic, not sexual identity politics.”
And Donnelly is not the only one who feels this way. Social conservative groups want the law stopped. It will take half a million signatures to allow California voters decide the law’s fate next November.
The nation is allowing California to lead the way in becoming the least competitive country on earth. It may be by design. Many liberals do not want America to the world’s only superpower. The proof is in the numbers.
Researchers tested about 166,000 people ages 16 to 65 in more than 20 countries and subnational regions.
Not only did Americans score poorly compared to many international competitors, the findings reinforced just how large the gap is between the nation’s high- and low-skilled workers and how hard it is to move ahead when your parents haven’t.
In both reading and math, for example, those with college-educated parents did better than those whose parents did not complete high school.
In math, reading and problem-solving using technology – all skills considered critical for global competitiveness and economic strength – American adults scored below the international average on a global test.
Adults in Japan, Canada, Australia, Finland and multiple other countries scored significantly higher than the United States in all three areas on the test.
Yet, we as a nation spend more dollars per child than any of the above mentioned countries. How is this possible? The ugly truth is that, in America, we are more interested in the sexual indoctrination of our children(perverting the innocent) than training up and educating our children.
A few more examples of the stories about special rights for transgender students are cropping up nationwide.
-A Wisconsin elementary school now has something called “Switch It Up Day,” when children dress in clothing of the opposite sex.
-In Colorado, a first grader who was born a boy won a court case after being banned from the girls’ restroom at school.
Donnelly believes when statistics show just 0.3 percent of people in America are “transgender,” this is going too far.
“You don’t have the right to violate the civil rights of 99 percent of the population because 1 percent of the population is suffering from a disorder,” he said.
But transgender groups won’t stop pushing for equal access even if many think they’ve gone too far.