DeSantis just keeps delivering one humorous hit after another.
After brutally rejecting an invitation to appear on “The View,” which was clearly designed to boost the ailing show’s ratings, DeSantis has moved on to put the media on notice about what does and does not constitute appropriate school curriculum
“As students head back to their classrooms this fall, I’m happy to clear up any ‘confusion’ the media may have about appropriate curriculum,” DeSantis tweeted, already anticipating a sea of baseless attacks from mainstream media.
Right after his statement, DeSantis used emojis, language that Democrats can understand, to underscore his points.
An emoji for a checkmark was placed beside the traditional subjects of Math, Reading, and Writing.
An emoji for a giant X was placed beside CRT, Sexualized Content, and Transgender Ideology.
Short, sweet, and easy for the generally attention deficit lefties to understand.
The Florida governor has been long critical of the push for a pro-CRT, pro-LGBTQ curriculum, and he formally signed anti-CRT legislation in April to ensure “substantive protections for both students and parents to ensure that the education they’re receiving in Florida is consistent with the standards of the state of Florida.”
“We are not going to tell some kindergartner that they’re an oppressor based on their race,” DeSantis remarked in disgust.
DeSantis also fervently supported the Parental Rights in Education law, which bizarrely drew extreme criticism from Disney and other corporations, though the response from Disney was particularly problematic given the generally young audience it caters to, the precise audience the law aims to protect.
“This bill is about providing protections so that they know they can send their young kids to school without them being sexualized, without a school telling a young girl, for example, that she may really be a boy,” DeSantis declared.
The Florida governor praised the bill as “a real bill that empowers parents [and] protects our kids.”
For some reason, Disney apparently has a problem with leaving LGBTQ concerns out of the classroom, though it should not be too much of a surprise anymore when considering how many disturbing elements are still left in their movies.
DeSantis, however, also appears to recognize that most remotely sane people agree with his position, even if they do not publicly announce their agreement.
“These leftist politicians, corporate media outlets, some of these activist groups, they actually have read the bill, and they’re sloganeering because they don’t want to admit that they support a lot of the things we’re providing protections against,” DeSantis remarked.
Regardless of what leftists want, DeSantis has made it abundantly clear that the state of Florida will not entertain their Marxist desires in the public school system.
“Florida schools will educate children, not indoctrinate them,” DeSantis boomed.
Florida schools, in other words, will encourage independent thinking, not to mention a whole lot more “inclusion” by stressing the importance of open conversation, civil disagreement, and other important attributes that underlie society.
Democrats, on the other hand, largely offer chaos, destruction, and governmental overreach, and one can only hope that they are resoundingly voted out in the midterm elections.
Author: Ofelia Thornton