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The American Library Association claims that the comic book, Gender Queer, is the most banned book in America because schools are taking the work out of grade-school libraries.

Meanwhile, the left praises Biden’s new Ministry of Truth, which will censor mean tweets and anyone who dares question climate change, the election or American policy in Ukraine.

The New York Times piece on the comic book — which they call a graphic novel — surprised me by actually showing the other side, as represented by Jennifer Pippin. She is chairman of Moms for Liberty in Indian River County, Florida, which removed Gender Queer from school libraries. 

Pippin said, “It’s not a First Amendment issue; this is not going against LGBTQ groups; we’re citing it for sexually explicit content.”

A few paragraphs later, NYT reported, “It’s a graphic memoir that deals with puberty and sexual identity, and includes a few drawings of nude characters and sexual scenarios — images that critics of the book were able to share on social media to stoke a backlash. The book explores the author’s discomfort with traditional gender roles and features depictions of masturbation, period blood and confusing sexual experiences.”

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Backlash.

Imagine that. Exposing what school librarians allow children to read stokes a backlash. NYT knows sunlight is the best disinfectant.

What also stokes a backlash is reading passages from these children’s books aloud at school board meetings. School board members get uncomfortable and occasionally ask parents to stop reading because there are children present.

The left opposes protecting kids from books and comics designed to groom them for LGBT predators.

Via The Hill, the ALA’s Top 10 books taken off school library shelves:

 

  1. Gender Queer, by Maia Kobabe. Reasons: Banned, challenged and restricted for LGBTQIA+ content and because it was considered to have sexually explicit images.
  2. Lawn Boy, by Jonathan Evison. Reasons: Banned and challenged for LGBTQIA+ content and because it was considered to be sexually explicit.
  3. All Boys Aren’t Blue, by George M. Johnson. Reasons: Banned and challenged for LGBTQIA+ content, profanity, and because it was considered to be sexually explicit.
  4. Out of Darkness, by Ashley Hope Perez. Reasons: Banned, challenged and restricted for depictions of abuse and because it was considered to be sexually explicit.
  5. The Hate U Give, by Angie Thomas. Reasons: Banned and challenged for profanity, violence and because it was thought to promote an anti-police message and indoctrination of a social agenda.
  6. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie. Reasons: Banned and challenged for profanity, sexual references and use of a derogatory term.
  7. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, by Jesse Andrews. Reasons: Banned and challenged because it was considered sexually explicit and degrading to women.
  8. The Bluest Eye, by Toni Morrison. Reasons: Banned and challenged because it depicts child sexual abuse and was considered sexually explicit.
  9. This Book is Gay, by Juno Dawson. Reasons: Banned, challenged, relocated and restricted for providing sexual education and LGBTQIA+ content.
  10. Beyond Magenta, by Susan Kuklin. Reasons: Banned and challenged for LGBTQIA+ content and because it was considered to be sexually explicit.

 

Why are all the LGBT books sexually explicit? Because sex sells. And they want them young.

While defending books aimed at grooming kids, the left wants to ban those who expose lefties. Last week the Washington Post outed the woman behind Libs of Tik Tok, a Twitter account that shows conservatives videos of themselves that wacko liberals post on Tik Tok. That backfired. Instead of getting Libs of Tik Tok banned, the story nearly doubled its followers. Sunlight not only disinfects, it helps good things grow.

While defending the grooming of kids, the left demands the left must be protected from any scrutiny. Biden created a ministry of truth last week to do just that.

The Hill reported, “Biden’s ‘Mary Poppins of Disinformation’ the perfect nanny to tidy up mess of free speech?” (It is a column by Jonathan Turley that mocks the ministry of truth.)

I suppose free speech is messy. People say hateful things. People spread lies. People deliberately try to undermine presidents with those lies.

But enough about the New York Times. The Washington Post. CNN. AP. Et cetera.

Free speech protects all those things. And the First Amendment protects free speech. The First Amendment does not define free speech. The First Amendment does not limit the definition of censorship to the government.

Elon Musk nailed it. Twitter should not censor. Indeed, Section 230 protects Twitter and the rest of social media from liability if someone writes something that hurts someone else’s feelings.

Odd that the same press that demanded — in the name of the First Amendment — that Donald Trump not be allowed to block people cheered long and loudly when Twitter banned him.

Well, it is not odd once you understand that the press is anything but American anymore. The press opposes and would destroy anyone who wants to make America great again,

The press pushes sexually explicit LGBT comics for kids while being appalled that you can show on Twitter what libs post on Tik Tok.

For the antidote to media bias, check out ProTrumpNews.com!

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