American conservatives like to focus on the big picture a lot of the time — the White House, the Senate, the House of Representatives — but local government is in many cases just as, if not more, important than the federal institutions.
Case in point:
An Arizona school board member has revealed that one of the state's largest school districts is considering the use of a textbook that teaches sex is not binary.
Heather Rooks, who was recently elected to serve as the clerk of the Peoria Unified School District Board of Education, posted on January 20 that the district is considering using a textbook that claims there are 'many variations' of sex.
The Savvas textbook also appears to touch on issues of mRNA vaccines and stem cell research.
Wow, they threw in stem cells and mRNA just for kicks? You gotta respect that hustle.
Here's an excerpt from the bizarre, poisonous curriculum that Ms. Rooks shared:
We now know that sex is not a binary state.
Um, really? "We" "now know" that sex "is not a binary state?"
When they say "we," of course, what the authors mean is, "the small cabal of extremist ideologues who write much of the U.S. educational curriculum."
And yes, they're pushing mRNA propaganda as well: