REVEALED: How Elementary School Teachers are Targeting Autistic Children for Transgender Indoctrination

A Virginia elementary school teacher has accidentally lifted the veil on how teachers are targeting autistic children with transgender indoctrination.

The Federalist highlighted a quote from Carly Hughes, who teaches at Long Branch Elementary School in Arlington, Va. in the school’s Multi-Intervention Program for Students with Autism (MIPA). Hughes is opposing policies implemented by Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin to protect the dignity of children against LGBT perverts in the classroom.

Hughes said that she believes autistic children “may experience gender queerness more than other students.”

“I did my master’s study in queer inclusion in public schools,” Hughes said while speaking before the school board. “My study told me that including trans students in all spaces is best practice. It also told me there are trans kids of every age — one I actually worked with in my student teaching. He was in the third grade.”

“I found that autistic students, the population I work with, may experience gender queerness more than other students,” she added. “These students … have helped me learn so much about myself as well.”

It should come as no surprise that Hughes is LGBT herself, and wants to recruit kids as young as 8 years old into her perverted degenerate lifestyle. This monster has set out to target the mentally ill to fulfill her sexual desires.

Big League Politics has reported on how the LGBT movement is targeting autistic kids for their satanic grooming activities:

The LGBT agenda is aggressively targeting children with an all-pervasive propaganda push, and a father wrote a terrifying testimonial in the USA Today about how his special needs daughter was exploited by these abusers.

“In April 2016, my then 14-year-old daughter became convinced that she was my son. In my attempt to help her, her public school undermined me every step of the way,” wrote Jay Keck about his special needs daughter who is on the autism spectrum.

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