Democratic Representative Tom Malinowski (D-N.J.) maintains his false claim that parental concerns about public education are “crazy cultural nonsense,” telling his voters, “I will not defend those MAGA Republicans trying to lower our schools to the levels of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Florida.”
The New Jersey Democrat continued to mislead his voters during a remarkable meeting in Scotch Plains, New Jersey, last month, telling them that Florida banned certain mathematics textbooks “because there was only one mathematics textbook and they had few biographies of African American mathematicians.”
“I think that’s the CRT now,” he said. “You can’t find a real CRT, so you have to find something black there. This has to be a CRT.”
“And that allows for this crazy culture, right?” He said. “When you’re actually talking to people, how do we implement it, and what does it mean, it doesn’t sound good.”
“Even if you are one of the prejudiced people who want to persecute gays,” he continued. “In practical terms, these are crazy things, and then that brings you back to Can we just teach our kids the things they need to succeed in life and stop persecuting our teachers and stop forcing all the culture war bullshit on them and support our schools the way we do in New Jersey?”
The Garden State Democrat continued to criticize his Republican opponent for calling for child pornography to be made available in New Jersey.
And if you look at Tom Kean Jr., if anyone’s on Twitter, he’s got his pinned tweet — the thing he wants everyone to see first. And it’s a clip of him on Fox News where he said not once, but twice, that my elementary school teachers In his hometown of Westfield, New Jersey, they were preparing to teach pornography to second graders,” Malinowski said.
While Tom Malinowski disparages parents and calls their fears “made-up,” parents will always be able to count on me to fight for their vote in Congress.
– Tom Kean (@KeanForCongress) April 14, 2022
Kane, who at the time was just one of many Republican contenders, has since become the Republican nominee and will compete with Malinowski in the November elections.
ken Criticize His state’s new curriculum standards, which says, “Having curricula that include gender identity, sex education and exposure to pornography on issues like second grade in any school district is wrong.”
Malinowski then took to Twitter in late April to express his concerns about the educational debate and Kane’s criticism.
However, as Breitbart News reports, two of the books that are of primary interest to parents depict, literary and more explicitly in graphics, child pornography, and sexual exploitation of children.
those books, boy boy by Jonathan Eveson and Gender: Memoirs Written by Maia Kobabe, it has faced intense scrutiny from parents who have problems with the graphic depictions of sexual acts in both books, particularly the depictions of sexual acts between adult men and children.
So you know that playing defense is going to be, ‘Oh no, that’s not really right,’ Malinowski said. ‘It’s actually going to be sex education.’ But playing the insult is, ‘When the hell are you going to crack that lie? Why are you lying about the elementary school teachers who work?’ Seriously, and now they have people yelling at them because a politician appeared on TV and lied?”
“I mean if you were the parent of a second grader, and a leader in your community said they were teaching second graders pornography, you would probably be a little worried, right? I would be worried.” “But I would be really angry if I heard this guy is lying to me. Okay, so turn the anger on the politicians who are lying for votes and trying to lower the quality of New Jersey public schools.”
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New Jersey Education Standards have annoyed Parents, despite Malinovsky’s claim.
In fact, second graders will be taught at least radical concepts about sex, as one state model lesson plans say, “You might feel like a boy even if you have body parts that some people might tell you are ‘girl’ parts.”
“Gender identity is that feeling of knowing your gender. You may feel like a boy, you may feel like a girl,” the lesson plan states. “You may feel like a boy even if you have parts of your body that some people might tell you are ‘girls’ parts.”
“You might feel like a girl even if you have body parts that some people might tell you are boys parts,” he continues. “And you might not feel like a boy or a girl, but you do. No matter how you feel, you are totally normal!”
This isn’t the first time Malinowski has called parental concerns “cultural nonsense.”
As Breitbart News exclusively reported, the embattled Democrat launched an anti-parent rhetoric, describing the parents’ concerns as “made-up cultural nonsense” stemming from a “marginal movement.” After Breitbart News reported on his speech, a New Jersey Democrat canceled an education forum that he was supposed to hold with parents and students.
Malinowski represents a vulnerable area. Republican-aligned groups in the House of Representatives, such as the Republican National Committee for Congress (NRCC), have hounded the congressman in the past and called his seat one of the main targets in the midterm elections.
After Republicans sought to regain the House in 2020, Republicans left the Democrats with a slim majority in recent history and gave themselves the upper hand in the midterm elections.
For Republicans, winning a majority would require a net gain of just five seats in November, and there is a lot at stake in both the House and Senate. Losing either could mean that Democrats and President Joe Biden will have a harder time getting their agenda items passed before the next presidential election.
The Republicans are currently expected to win a majority in the House of Representatives with between 12 and 35 seats. Republicans hope Malinowski will be one of them.
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