Posobiec explains the Florida anti-grooming law: 'Let children be children'

"Stop indoctrinating children and messing around with these types of topics. They're very complicated. They're very advanced, and they don't need to be learning that."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

In Monday's episode of "Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec," the podcast’s namesake took aim at those up in arms regarding a bill in Florida banning the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identities to young school-aged children.

The education bill, called Parental Rights in Education, prohibits the teaching of sexual orientation or gender identity between kindergarten and third grade, amongst other provisions.

The bill has been dubbed the "Don't Say Gay" bill by Democrat opposition, though nowhere in the bill does this phrase appear.

"This is an obvious move, an obvious common sense move and the only people who would push for sexual education, right, for children of that age, probably a groomer. That's why we're calling it the anti-grooming bill," said Posobiec.

"And of course, the mainstream media is saying something else, is saying, 'Oh, no, it's the Don't Say Gay law,' right? But actually doesn't even say anything about that. What it says is we're not going to be teaching this stuff to children, we’re going to let it alone up to a certain age. And then after that age, maybe we'll talk about that," said Posobiec, before cutting to a clip of White House press secretary Jen Psaki.

In the clip, Psaki expressed President Joe Biden's thoughts on the bill, saying it's discriminatory against families and kids, it's bullying, and it's "horrific."

"Now, the reasoning behind this bill is simple. Let children be children. Let them understand their own childhood. This is not the type of stuff they should be learning at such a young and impressionable age," said Posobiec.

He said that children at this age should be learning foundational skills in mathematics and grammar, like sentence structure and arithmetic.

"You see so many adults by the way, like people, here in Washington DC don't even know math right? They can't even you know, calculate percentages," said Posobiec. "You know, I remember learning fractions in third grade."

"But here in Washington, DC, you know, they'll put, you know, the spending bills, $14 billion for Ukraine that they just find overnight somewhere, but you can't find any other money anywhere else when it comes to the defense of this country," he said.

Posobiec continued on to state that these people can't do basic math because they spend their educational lives focused on gender studies.

"Why is it that people in DC can't do math was because they're not actually focused on this stuff. They focus on things like gender studies, and that's the only thing they focus on for pretty much their entire lives, also that’s what they're forcing on our military. And so what Governor DeSantis is doing here, it's not an attack on anybody. It's a protection. It's a protection on our children, and it's a protection on our families, and it's setting up our society for a better future," said Posobiec.

"Stop indoctrinating children and messing around with these types of topics. They're very complicated. They're very advanced, and they don't need to be learning that," he concluded.


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