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Governments Don’t Have Rights

The left is all in a lather about Florida’s Parental Rights Bill, a bill that the Democrats have dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. The left is claiming that the law is a violation of the rights of gay and transgender students and violates the rights of teachers. I don’t see how.

A few years ago, there was a county clerk who refused to issue wedding licenses to gay couples, saying that it violated her rights to freedom of religion to do so. The courts, and the left, disagreed. So did I. When you are performing a job as an employee of the government, you are acting as a part of that government, and you have no right to force your beliefs on others. You are free to do so in your private capacity, but not as an agent of government.

The same is true when you are working as a teacher- you are an agent of the government. Like it or not, parents have a responsibility to raise their children, and a right to do so as their beliefs dictate. It isn’t in the government’s power to interfere with that, no matter what your feelings in the matter happen to be.

As far as interfering in the rights of gay and transgender students- when it comes to this subject, students simply don’t have rights. That is, schools are to act in place of the parents while students are engaged in school activities. That means that the school is charged with acting in accordance with the parents’ wishes. They aren’t there to subvert the will of the parents, but to carry those wishes out. The parents are sending their children there to be educated in accordance with the curriculum that has been set by the state board of education.

The state board of education sets that curriculum, and teaching nine year olds how to perform sex acts or how to tuck their genitals to look like girls is not in any of those documents. In fact, parents can read those documents for themselves. Parents, students, and teachers can find every Florida state education standard here. In fact, there are thirty five standards that lay out what a student in third grade should learn about health. Not one of them says a word about gender transition. Not one talks about gay sex.

Nothing in this law prohibits students from talking about sex. Nor does it prohibit students from talking about homosexuality. What is says is that government employees can’t interfere with the rights that your parents have to know what you are learning about in school, what teachers should be teaching you, and it says what teachers cannot teach you. That’s it.

It’s wrong and it’s creepy for grown assed adults to be talking to five to nine year old children about sex. I fully support this law. In fact, I believe that this law doesn’t go far enough. The law should cover students all the way to at least the sixth grade.

Years ago, I was involved in a case where a very popular second grade teacher was playing games with his students. I was one of the firefighters who testified in the case. One of those games he called the “finger game.” He would have a student stand with their hands behind their back, and he would have them count how many fingers he placed in their hands. The game eventually evolved to the point where he was putting other body parts in their hands. A total of ten children were molested.

Several parents complained to the school. The principal did his own investigation and found the complaints to be without merit. Eventually, one of the parents went to the police. The police investigated and arrested the teacher and the principal. Why the principal? Because teachers are not police, and not investigators. They are required by law to report suspected child abuse, not simply investigate it themselves before sweeping it under the rug.

The teachers showed up to the city commission meetings and demanded that the police and firefighters be terminated for arresting the popular teacher and principal. The school board even issued a demand for the city police and fire departments to apologize to the school and fire the individuals involved.

Those child molesting faggot trannies can burn in hell. Sorry, but until you are involved in a criminal investigation where some faggot is putting his dick in the hands of eight and nine year old kids, you can’t possibly know how much it hurts to see a child get victimized like that.

EDITED TO ADD:

The teacher in my story entered a plea agreement where he agreed to plead guilty to one count of felony child abuse. The four counts of “lewd and lascivious molestation of a child under 12” and the four counts of child abuse were dismissed. As a result, he got 8 days (time served) in jail, 5 years of probation, and a $400 fine. Contrast that with what J6 protesters who did nothing other than trespass have gotten.

Three school administrators (the principal, the school human resources director, and the school district abuse investigator) were also each charged with failing to report child abuse. All of those charges were dropped.

The parents of at least one of the children sued the school board. The matter was settled out of court for $95,000.

I do not feel that justice was done in this case. AT ALL. As you can tell, I am still pretty salty about it.

8 replies on “Governments Don’t Have Rights”

“The teachers showed up to the city commission meetings and demanded that the police and firefighters be terminated for arresting the popular teacher and principal. The school board even issued a demand for the city police and fire departments to apologize to the school and fire the individuals involved.”

At which point, every teacher and school board member who opened their fat gobs should have been fired.

DM, you know what I don’t see in your addition?

That any of these people were required to leave their jobs.

None of those people should ever work with kids ever again. Period.

I know that the teacher lost his teaching license because of the child abuse plea. The others continued to work until they retired.

“At which point, every teacher and school board member who opened their fat gobs should have been fired.”

You misspelled “fed into wood chippers”

Ugh, those are despicable people.
Why are we even having this conversation?
If we went back to castrating or executing pedophiles, the problem would shrink quickly!

If that had been my kids, there would be no worries about future children being harmed. And I’d be in prison.

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