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Oops. Gavin Newsom picked the worst possible time to mock the aggressive teaching of sexualized content to school kids as ‘groomers’.

Gavin has decided using Ron DeSantis as his political foil will best serve his political chances in California. Part of that act includes misrepresenting the legislation they insist on deceptively calling the ‘don’t say gay’ legislation. In reality, that law prevents the teaching of sexualized content of any kind to children in third grade or less.

The political right made the obvious connections between introducing sexual themes to minor children before they are emotionally mature enough to understand them as part of how predators soften up children to their advances. That process is commonly called ‘grooming’.

California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom likened Florida’s restrictive “don’t say gay” law to his own state’s 1978 Briggs Initiative that sought to prohibit queer people from working in public schools.
…“Teachers were under assault because God forbid, teachers were homosexual,” Newsom said at the awards ceremony, referencing the failed ballot initiative.
…Specifically, Newsom compared officials who support the law and the Brigg’s Initiative’s claim that LGBTQ+ people and their allies are “grooming” children.
“Press secretary for the governor of one of our largest states said people like me that were opposed to — and I know a lot of people are offended by saying it’s not really a ‘don’t say gay’ bill — but referred to those that opposed it in Florida as ‘groomers,'” he said. “I think she was promoted, not fired. Certainly wasn’t fired.”

Gavin would be quick to tell us it’s absolutely ridiculous to think anyone is trying to subvert or unduly influence our children. And how dare anyone use the term grooming.

Maybe he can explain how the CDC promoting a page that targets children with politicized and sexually explicit content that can quickly be concealed from parental notice falls within the scope of their mandate:

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is promoting to youth an online chat space that discusses sex, polyamorous relationships, the occult, sex change operations, and activism, and is specifically designed to be quickly hidden while being used. It also mixes LGBT adults and children and is run in part by Planned Parenthood.
Called Q Chat Space, the platform is advertised on the CDC’s LGBT Health Youth Resources page, archived here. The chat service, which describes itself as “a community for LGBTQ+ teens,” is available for those ages 13-19, can be hidden from parents, and focuses on a number of mature themes.
Q Chat hosts conversations on a number of different mature and sexual topics, including “Drag Culture 101,” “Sex and Relationships,” and “Having Multiple Genders,” intended for ‘Bi/Pan Youth.”
There are also chats on astrology, including “self discovery in astrology” and one titled “Queering Tarot,” a reference to tarot cards commonly used in occult practices.
The sexually, politcally, and even spiritually charged material is intermixed with content that appeals to young children, such as conversations on video games, Pokemon, and StarWars.
One meme posted on Q Chat’s Instagram page displays a Trojan horse, explaining that children may realize they’re queer after “learning about queerness” from their friends.
The chat seems specifically designed to be concealed from parents and family members. Each section of the website has a large button on the bottom of the screen that says “Click/Tap here for a quick escape …” and shows a stick figure running towards an exit. When clicked, the button takes users to the Google homepage, hiding the site.

As if we needed any further reminder for why parents would be suspicious of strangers influencing their teens during the most turbulent time of their lives, here is a leftist inviting his followers to sever all ties from their family members.

We used to recognize anyone who told acolytes they would be better off if they ghosted their family as having the telltale sign of being a cultist.

Now, it looks like our taxpayer dollars are funding it.

If the CDC is so big that it wants to meddle in the political and personal lives of our children, it’s time to go to town with the pruning shears.

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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck

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