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April 20, 2015 -- It's no secret that the militant gay hate movement has invaded government schools.

Usually, the movement uses altruistic camouflage such as anti-bullying programs.

We're all against bullying, right? So we let 'em in.

A school in Kittery Pointe, Maine was not so tactfully subdued. Rather than use a Trojan Horse, a teacher read the book “I am Jazz” to the school's K-3 students with no pretense.

The book is about a boy who "knows" he has a girl's mind.

According to Amazon's book description:

This confused her family, until they took her to a doctor who said that Jazz was transgender and that she was born that way. Jazz’s story is based on her real-life experience and she tells it in a simple, clear way that will be appreciated by picture book readers, their parents, and teachers.” 

School officials apologized, according to news reports.

• The militant gay hate movement appears to be using a 'push the envelope' strategy. They invade government schools. If there is a complaint, they withdraw. Nothing is lost. If they prevail, they make a gain and proceed to the next level.

It's this procedure that prompts liberals to justify the misnomer, "progressives."  Warping the minds of our children is "progress" to the predatory left.

News reports say the attack occurred at Horace Mitchell Primary School in Kittery Pointe, Maine.

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  1. they plant the seed, better keep you're kids informed and ignore the pcvirus.