Florida Senate Passes HB 1557 Promoting Parental Rights, Fake News Cries ‘Don’t Say Gay!’
The Florida Senate passed a bill Tuesday that aims to help prohibit woke teachers in the Florida education system from indoctrinating America’s youth with ideologies that seek to deconstruct the very existence of human nature itself.
Florida’s bill, HB 1557 bans the encouragement of “classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity in primary grade levels or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students.”
Governor Ron DeSantis claimed that the bill is necessary due to numerous instances of schoolteachers trying to impose a made-up ideology of gender being a social construct upon the students, NBC reported. He also suggested it helps expand parental rights within the school system.
“Schools need to be teaching kids to read, to write,” DeSantis said. “They need to teach them science, history. We need more civics and understanding of the U.S. Constitution, what makes our country unique, all those basic stuff.”
“The larger issue with all of this is parents must have a seat at the table when it comes to what’s going on in their schools,” he added.
Outrage by numerous actors in the media has poured as the bill gains increased notoriety. Many outlets, including NBC, ridiculously started both calling and reporting the bill’s name as ‘Don’t Say Gay,’ seemingly attempting to imply that it is somehow a direct attack or ban against speaking about homosexual behavior.
“This is going to endanger the safety of our LGBTQ students and adolescents,” Sen. Annette Taddeo, a Democrat, hysterically claimed during a Tuesday debate. “We will not stop until this state moves forward and actually values everyone in it, everyone no matter their sexual orientation.”
Supporters of the bill in Flordia’s senate pointed out that the bill simply limits teachers in their ability to impose values on schoolchildren of which their parents do not approve.
“This bill says parents your right to raise your children does not end when they walk into a classroom. This bill recognizes that parents are not the enemy,” Republican Sen. Danny Burgess said ahead of the 22-17 vote on Tuesday. “The bill simply says that there should be an age limit on certain discussions, it’s not a new concept, nor is it radical.”
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