Irony: Libs Accuse Christian Group Of ‘Luring’ Kids With Pizza

Schools all over the country have put policies in place that will not inform parents if a child decides to transition.

From the Washington Post:

Surprising many families nationally, public schools often don’t inform parents when students socially transition. They see confidentiality as a priority — operating under gender-identity guidelines that put student privacy and safety above family consent or knowledge.

A judge has even halted a school from informing parents that their child has decided to identify as trans.

But if you are an after-school Christian group and serve pizza off to the gallows, you go.

That’s what is now happening in…wait for it…California.

That’s right some parents in Clovis Unified School District in California are upset that a Christian group (The Fellowship of Christian Athletes) is using pizza to “indoctrinate” their children.

What’s so offensive?

They pray and talk about Jesus.

Wait it gets better…

Remember now, liberals who are pushing for kids to use pronouns and have no problems with a minor using puberty blockers to discover themselves believe the Christian group is “luring” kids.

“I feel that they’re doing wrong,” one parent with a student at Clovis East told The Fresno Bee. “They’re basically luring in kids that are under 18, that are still trying to find themselves and are still trying to explore.”

From the Sacramento Bee via Yahoo News:

The parents who spoke to The Bee asked to remain anonymous, fearing retaliation against them or their children. They also said they were not notified via email, text, permission slip or asked for their consent for the FCA to approach their children.

“Back in my days when I was a high school student, to join any kind of club I needed my parents to sign a permission slip for me to attend,” one Clovis East parent said. “I am upset that they actually do have that kind of club there without parents’ consent.”

Some parents also pointed out that they do not practice Christianity at home, but they are religious and believe in different doctrines. They questioned if their children’s school allows other religions to conduct their activities on school grounds, and wondered why their underage children were being exposed to a religion they don’t practice at home in this manner.

“They’re using pizza as a way to get children in,” one of the parents said.

So what is the school doing?

A spokesperson for the school district said that the Christian athletes group is following school procedures just like the 40-plus other after school groups follow.


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