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July 05, 2023

“We’re Coming for Your Children”

LGBTQ pride month 2023 is shaping up to be one of the most controversial ever. Several U.S. corporations, including Anheuser Busch and Target, are facing significant boycotts because of LGBTQ+ themed marketing efforts that offended many of their customers. The L.A. Dodgers found themselves in well-deserved "hot-water" when they honored a "drag queen" group that mocks Catholic nuns and Jesus.

In New York City, LGBTQ+ marchers caused outrage when they began chanting, "We're here, we're queer and we're coming for your children." They claimed later they were being sarcastic. But there is plenty of evidence, as we have regularly reported, that children are being targeted by LGBTQ+ activists and their political allies.

In communities all over America, concerned parents are speaking up in opposition to their children being exposed to inappropriate material on human sexuality, transgenderism, and the aggressive attempt by many schools to hide information about their children from them.

An outrageous example is taking place now in New Jersey. The aggressively pro-LGBTQ+ state attorney general has filed civil rights complaints against three school districts. What did they do wrong? They promised parents they will be notified if their children are expressing gender confusion so that the parents can get appropriate help for their children.

According to the attorney general, letting parents know that their eight-year-old little boy wants to be called "her/she" at school and wear a dress is a civil rights violation of the child! The attorney general is essentially saying that the state government of New Jersey and teachers have superior rights in raising children that supersede the rights of the parents.

When radical marchers chant, "We are coming for your children," it isn't a joke. It is the reality that countless parents are being confronted with every day. And it is the main reason 2023 may mark the beginning of a powerful parental rights movement that saves not only our children, but America, too.

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