米奇·麦康奈尔, religion mocked, AOC praised in 'woke' children's book: 报告

What You Don’t Know: A Story of Liberated Childhood,” a book that has reportedly made its way into New York City public schools, is garnering criticism from parents and critics for allegedly slamming religion and taking a jab at Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky。, while simultaneously praising Rep. 亚历山大·奥卡西奥·科尔特斯, 丹尼.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Rep. 亚历山大·奥卡西奥·科尔特斯.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Rep. 亚历山大·奥卡西奥·科尔特斯. (盖蒂图片社)

这本书, which reportedly appeared on a reading list provided to fifth graders, centers around Demetrius, a black, “queerstudent whose differences lead him to struggle to fit in among his peers in school.

Author Anastasia Higginbotham’s story includes anall-acceptingJesus who tells Demetrius that everyone should be loved. The story also includes a jab at 它的. 米奇·麦康奈尔 with an illustration of the minority leader and asking whether he should be loved the same.

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参议院少数党领袖米奇·麦康奈尔, a Republican from Kentucky, walks to the Senate floor at the U.S. 华盛顿国会大厦, 星期二, 一月. 18, 2022. 摄影家: Eric Lee/Bloomberg via Getty Images

参议院少数党领袖米奇·麦康奈尔, a Republican from Kentucky, walks to the Senate floor at the U.S. 华盛顿国会大厦, 星期二, 一月. 18, 2022. 摄影家: Eric Lee/Bloomberg via Getty Images (Eric Lee/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

That’s Mitch McConnell,” Higginbotham said while reading the book in a YouTube video. “The child wants to know if even Mitch McConnell is invited to love and be loved considering all of the harm he is causing.

The book also pushes back against religion, depicting Demetrius in a church lamenting that he feels shame there and alluding that Christians hate LGBTQ+ people like Demetrius in Jesus’ 名称.

The book later pivots to “队” 代表. 伊尔汗·奥马尔(Ilhan Omar), 拉希达·特莱布, Ayanna Pressley and 亚历山大·奥卡西奥·科尔特斯 with a relatively subtle reference to the progressive advocates as Demetrius is watching television with family, characterizing them as champions of change.

Higginbotham’s book garnered additional attention when Republican New York congressional candidate and parental rights advocate Maud Maron addressed the issue during a Monday segment of “狐狸 & 朋友至上,” 告诉福克斯新闻’ Griff Jenkins that the issueruns deeperthan the book itself, and lamented the way teachers are talking to their students in a form of indoctrination that isharder to follow and track.

I’ve personally heard kids start to use words like ‘sex assigned at birth,’” Maron said.

Nobody assigns you sex at birth. Sex is observed. I knew that I had a baby boy when I gave birth to my son,” 她补充说.

Maron encouraged parents of all political ideologies to take a stand against the “醒来” ideologies working their way into public school curriculum out of the best interest of children.

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