Last weekend House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., made an appearance on the reality TV show “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.”
“(You) know what is not a problem for kids who are seeking a good education? Drag queens. Drag queens make everything better. Drag queens are fun. A drag queen for every school.”
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel at a civil rights conference in Lansing
Today’s read is from Armstrong Williams, a political commentator, author, and entrepreneur. Here’s an excerpt:
This is not about being against anybody but rather about raising the issue of whether young children should be exposed to drag queens and drag makeup. I do not believe they should, and it is a topic we must debate as a nation. Now, if individual parents want to do it on their own time, that is their right and decision. But should every child be compelled to experience it?
This is one of the most obvious examples of political intrusion in our educational system. There are school administrators who are willing to expose your children to their political beliefs and principles without your presence or knowledge.
Read the entire column here.