This state enforcer believes your kids are his property.
By Shane Trejo
Texas teacher Anthony Lane has laid the agenda bare of what public schools are doing in regards to the LGBT agenda.
The English teacher at Willis High School recently took to Facebook to denigrate parents who believe that it is improper to have events featuring drag queens at the school.
“I believe that raising a child is the responsibility of the community, and that parents should not have the final say. Let’s be honest, some of you don’t know what is best for your kids,” he wrote.
Lane made it clear that he believes the parents should have no say in what their kids are taught, and that indoctrinators such as himself should have total control over the children’s minds.
“Parents believe they should be able to storm the school in the name of political and religious beliefs if something happens in the school that they are morally opposed to. They forget that we make a promise to prepare their children to live in a diverse world. We are not required to protect the misguided, bigoted views of their parents,” Lane wrote.
“If you want your children educated with your values, find a private school that will do it. The public education system is not here to serve your archaic beliefs,” he added.
Lane also spoke at a public meeting claiming that it was necessary for the high school to host drag queen events in order to fight supposed homophobia.
“I think as a district we need to make an initiative to teach our kids to be tolerant and respectful,” he said.
Last month, a drag queen showed up at the high school for a cosmetology class. Parents were not alerted beforehand, and it caused controversy after a photograph of the drag queen posing with students was posted on social media:
Oh Miss Lynn Adonis, how we thoroughly enjoyed your company today! Laughs all day and memories we’ll never forget. So thankful for you! pic.twitter.com/Y7GjPziQsJ
— Willis High School Cosmetology (@willishscosmo) October 18, 2019
“I put numerous calls into the administrator’s office, which of course they made it abundantly clear they will not talk about it,” said concerned parent Dale Inman.
“I’ve got a problem when somebody with a false name enters a school and has advertised himself as an adult exotic dancer for men … Nobody would be allowed in a school under those circumstances,” he added. “As a parent, I have a right to know who’s in that school building.”
Drag queens have emerged as a linchpin for LGBT outreach to children, as drag queens regularly host events in places where they will have access to kids such as public libraries and churches. At least two drag queens involved in story hour presentations have been revealed to be convicted sexual predators.