WATCH: VA Parents Call Out Library For Offering Pornographic Material To Kids

John Simmons | June 15, 2023
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A library in Virginia is coming under heavy fire for making pornographic literature easily accessible to young children.

According to the grassroots group “Clean Up Samuels,” a coalition of concerned parents and residents, the Front Royal Public Library (FRPL) in Warren County, VA released a list of the 34 - yes, 34 - novels that contain everything from sex positions to abortion to same sex couples within their pages.

Before getting to what the parents had to say, we must acknowledge that what happened at FRPL is a microcosm of what is happening in America at large. Children are being targeted with a poisonous, demonic agenda early on in their lives, and this agenda is spread in entertainment, education, and now libraries.

Progressives want control over children's minds, because they know better than anyone that if they can get to impressionable children with their ideas, they can raise a generation that will be brainwashed into believing what they want. It’s a rotten plan that is unfortunately working.

Thankfully, the parents who brought their concerns before the board didn’t shy away from exposing the evil that the FRPL is so willing to spread. One father read a particularly disturbing passage from a book, and one mom said that exposing children to this content at the wrong age could dramatically affect the mental development of children - and not in a good way.

“Sexually explicit content read during the wrong stage of development can do so much damage to a child’s psyche,” the mom said.

Another mom by the name of Colleen DeLaFleur added that advocating for children being spared from this diabolical content should be a no-brainer, and yet parents like her are frequently told that they are radical for wanting their children to be protected.

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“Suddenly, however, I’m being called a Nazi for not wanting pornographic content for my child to stumble across in our taxpayer funded library. How did we get here?” DeLaFleur said. “I think this is a moment in history where we need to wake up, stand up, and protect our children who deserve to have at least a few years of innocence before attempting to navigate our increasingly confusing culture.”

WUSA-TV reports:

The Warren County Board of Supervisors approved the typical $1 million budget for Samuels Public Library during a work session meeting on Tuesday.

However, four of the five members voted to keep 75% of the funding for now. From July through September, the county will appropriate $256,000.

Supervisor Jay Butler said the county wanted to give the money quarterly to “work things out” with the library about books some parents deemed controversial and inappropriate for children. Butler agrees with the parents who vocalized their issues that some of the content are pornographic.

The reason why parents are being called Nazi’s and domestic terrorists when they speak out like this is because they have the audacity to claim that the right to raise, educate, and mold their children belongs to them and those they allow to influence their kids. It is a right that Biden and his allies vehemently despise.

“There’s no such thing as someone else’s child,” Biden said back in April. “Our nation’s children are all our children.”

If that statement doesn’t make the hair on the back of your neck straighten with fear…

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