I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: if you believe it won’t happen in your child’s school or town, think again. The liberals have a goal in mind, and they’ll go to any length to achieve it.
Realistically, it might just happen in your town, because every time I write about a school doing anything like this, it’s a new school that’s I’m writing about. It’s not like I’m always telling you about the same school. It’s never the same.
Kathleen Cataford, a 77-year-old teacher, was suspended after revealing that the school system where she works was providing puberty blockers to an 11-year-old student without their parents’ approval.
Cataford posted the following on Facebook,
“Investigate the school system curriculum…CT is a very socially liberal, gender confused state,” the Facebook post read. “As a public school nurse, I have an 11yo female student on puberty blockers and a dozen identifying as non-binary, all but two keeping this as a secret from their parents with the help of teachers, SSW [social workers] and school administration.”
“Teachers and SSW are spending 37.5 hours a week influencing our children, not necessarily teaching our children what YOU think is being taught.”
Included in the lengthy Facebook post is a common sense statement that should be obvious to everyone, yet it’s not. Either that or the truth is just suppressed within the minds of liberals who don’t want it to be true. The thing is that we can’t choose what is true and what is not. It’s true because it comports to reality.
“Science tells us that a child’s brain continues development into the early 20’s, hence laws prohibiting alcohol, tobacco, vaping and cannibis. But it’s ok to inject hormones into confused prepubescent children and perform genital mutilating surgery on adolescents! How incongruent is that thinking!”
This woman exposed to the public what is being done within the school system and she’s the one being punished for it when in fact it should be the educators and every single person who is involved in this lunacy.
Photo Credit: Facebook/ Kathleen Cataford