Florida Mom Who Got Amanda Gorman Poem Banned CAUGHT Spreading Nazi Propaganda!
26.05.2023 - 02:39
Is it really a surprise to anyone that the same people who are trying to censor LGBT and Black history through the banning of books are the same ones PROMOTING white supremacy and Nazism? Because there seems to be a theme going here!
As Perezcious readers will recall, Amanda Gorman‘s acclaimed poem The Hill We Climb, which was written for and performed at President Joe Biden‘s inauguration, was partially banned in a Florida public school due to its “hate messages”. If you’ve ever read or heard the poem yourself, you know that’s a bunch of BS. So what happened?
Well, under Governor Ron DeSantis‘, who just officially announced his run for president btw, FL schools have gotten really ban-happy. Under their new rules, just one parent complaining can put a piece of literature under review, and everything has to pass the review board to stay within reach of children. And it was just ONE mom who demanded the poem be removed from the school’s library for its hateful nature and the fact it’s “not educational.”
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If it wasn’t obvious enough why someone might object to a poem by a young Black woman, the mother even accredited the poem to Oprah Winfrey and not Amanda. Plus this same mom ended up getting ANOTHER title banned, a book about famous Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes. She didn’t claim Love To Langston was “not educational” this time — no, her entire reasoning was that it was too educational. She wrote simply “CRT” — or Critical Race Theory. Yes, because even talking about Black history or the accomplishments of a Black person is the dreaded “CRT.” Gross. Author Tony Medina tweeted about the issue on Tuesday, including a copy of the
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