WE MUST STOP BIDEN ADMIN ANTICHILD ANTIPARENT AGENDA NOW

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School should not be about SEX, it is time for EDUCATION, FUN, AND GOOD CHILDHOOD MEMORIES!!!!

File your formal complaint in opposition to Biden’s public school rule proposal

Last year, we tried to stop the U.S. Senate from confirming a radical to President Joe Biden’s Department of Education.  Despite our warnings, LGBTQ activist Catherine Lhamon was approved to the Office of Civil Rights and is now driving her agenda to force all public schools in America to allow biological males who identify as female to use the girls’ restroom and locker room.

The Department of Education under Lhamon is now proposing a new rule that will put women’s safety and privacy at risk and deprive women of athletic and professional opportunities.  It would do so by radically rewriting Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

TAKE ACTION NOW

  • If this rule is approved, biological males would be able to:
  • Openly change in girl’s dressing rooms.
  • Take college and university scholarships specifically reserved for women.
  • Use their position to charge schools with discrimination if they feel they aren’t getting enough “playing” time.
  • File a formal sexual harassment complaint against any female who speaks out against men in women’s sports.
  • Share hotel rooms with females during overnight trips.
  • Enjoy physical advantages like greater lung capacity, higher bone density, and greater muscle mass.

Title IX already prohibits discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.  It’s enforced by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.

The new rule proposed by Biden’s Department of Education will redefine “sex” to include “sex stereotypes, sex-related characteristics (including intersex traits), pregnancy or related conditions, sexual orientation, and gender identity.”

TAKE ACTION: File your comment in opposition to this proposed rule by the Biden Administration.

By law, the Biden administration must give citizens a period in which they may comment on new rules proposals.  The deadline to submit your comment is September 12.

Already, the Biden administration has had to withdraw two rules because of overwhelming public pressure in opposition.  Your action makes a difference!

TAKE ACTION NOW

Sincerely,
Tim
Tim Wildmon, President
American Family Association

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FOUR FAMILY MEMBERS ARRESTED FOR ABUSE OF 2 SPECIAL NEEDS BOYS

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Family members arrested for abuse of 2 special needs young boys.

Police Arrest 4 In Connection With Abuse Of 2 Boys

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK  –  The start of school is around the corner for metro students. Oklahoma City police officials said on Wednesday with the start of school, officers would see an increase of reported child abuse cases.

One case currently under investigation started last December with a metro school counselor and resulted in the arrest of four adults this week.  They were accused of child abuse and not reporting the abuse of two elementary age boys.

A concerned school counselor tipped off police to the alleged abuse.  According to a report, a 6-year-old student returned from Thanksgiving break with injuries to his face and his 10-year-old brother did not return to class following the break.

“Both had some pretty substantial injuries that nobody could seem to explain,” said Msgt. Gary Knight, Oklahoma City Police Department.

Investigators found the family living at the Red Roof Inn near I-40 and south Meridian Avenue.  Court documents indicated the boys’ mother Krista Cox claimed their injuries were self-inflicted during emotional outbursts.  Police learned the brothers were diagnosed with autism and intellectual disabilities.

“It’s bad enough when you’ve got a child that’s unable to defend themselves,” said Knight. “Then you throw in its special needs child that has certain disabilities that makes it an even more egregious act.”

Police said there were two other adults living in the hotel rooms besides Cox and her boyfriend Christopher Aucoin.

“As the case evolved, it turned out there were two other people involved,” said Knight.  “A parent of the mother of the child and a parent of the boyfriend.”

After combing through multiple Oklahoma Department of Human Services referrals and hospital records for the brothers, investigators determined the injuries were from abuse. They are holding all four adults criminally responsible.

“The children were placed into protective custody,” said Knight.  “That’s important to note.”

DHS was contacted for the story to confirm the children were placed in state custody.  An agency official said they could not comment on the case due to confidentiality laws. 

AS TRUSTED ADULT TEACHER SHOULD NEVER HAVE RECEIVED CHEAPEST BOND

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Victor Hugo Moreno, 28-years-old

Irving teacher molested 7-year-old girl, then went to teach in another school, police say

IRVING, TX  –  A former Irving elementary school teacher has been arrested and accused of molesting one of his students in the second grade during the 2020-21 school year, Irving police said Thursday.

Irving police believe other students may have been sexually abused by the teacher.

Police identified the suspect as 28-year-old Victor Hugo Moreno, who was arrested last week and was released from jail after posting a $15,000 bond.

He faces charges of continuous sex abuse of a young child and improper relationship between student and educator, Irving police said.

The 28-year-old former teacher is accused of sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl who was in the second grade at Townsell Elementary in Irving. Moreno was her teacher.

Irving school district officials received an outcry in the spring semester of the 2021-22 school year.

Moreno resigned from the Irving school district at the end of the 2020-21 school year after failing to meet his certification requirements, Irving police said.

Moreno taught in the Plano school district during the 2021-22 school year and was fired because of a code of conduct violation, police said.

School and police officials are encouraging anyone whose whose child could have interacted with Moreno in the Irving and Plano school districts to talk with their children, family members, and friends to make them aware of Moreno.

If you know of a victim or are a victim, contact the Irving Police Department at 972-273-1010 or call your local police department, or dial 911.