‘You All Played Activist Pimp’: Mom Lights Up School Board Over ‘Family-Friendly’ Drag Show

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Programs for transgender advocacy aimed at children may have at last been a bridge too far for progressive activists.

Government, establishment media and corporations and especially schools have made it clear they want to introduce inappropriate content to younger and younger kids. It’s an attempt to normalize the abnormal, quickly.

This has activated parental protection instincts. It’s as if people suddenly recognized the dangerous top-down social engineering is coming for their kids too, if they don’t fight it now. Parents are taking action.

On Wednesday, Southern California mother Brittany Mayer posted her confrontation with the Encinitas Union School District board on Twitter. The video of her insightful rant has since gone viral.

The text on the post lays out the premise in plain words.

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“We’re done mincing words.

“While we have a culture that has a huge problem with child porn and with sex trafficking … Encinitas Union School District in CA, made the decision to feature an event to sexualize young children.

“We will call it exactly what it is.”

A fire icon accompanies the statement, which is appropriate, as the whole speech is fire. Watch it here:

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The event Mayer referred to is an upcoming Halloween-themed festival that was not the usual kind of extracurricular activity.

The Encinitas Union School District ran an advertisement for “Boo Bash” on Peachjar, an optional community information hub for district families. The school did not directly organize or sponsor the event. The school used a disclaimer as well, advising that distributing fliers did not mean the school endorsed the event.

Such disclaimers don’t cover for the critical lack of judgment by the school…


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