Florida’s Parental Rights in Education law has been dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill by the Democrats, which of course means the media are also helping push that talking point. Now that the bill has been signed into law, stories like this one from NBC News are likely to become increasingly common:
Some LGBTQ educators in Florida are leaving the profession after the enactment of the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. https://t.co/iSnDtxaDN8
— NBC News (@NBCNews) April 1, 2022
Have the people actually read the bill, or are they making career choices based on the Left’s narrative?
Considering they can’t actually read the legislation this is no big loss. https://t.co/iYAdriFcl8
— The🐰FOO (@PolitiBunny) April 2, 2022
One question about the above story though:
I would love to know how many "some" educators amounts to?
— keyboard jockey (@keyboardjockey1) April 2, 2022
“Some LBGTQ teachers have quit the profession altogether”? It looks like NBC News really forced the issue here:
This entire article from a national news outlet cites exactly one example of a teacher citing the law as a reason for leaving the profession. https://t.co/xMRjfGAmKE
— AG🌻 (@AGHamilton29) April 2, 2022
Color us shocked!
Unreal. Mainstream media love a good narrative. https://t.co/hw925EvZPr
— Nathan Martin (@NathanMartin) April 2, 2022
2020: Media repeatedly tags Trump as saying “without evidence” he won.
2022: Media reports on teacher/gay activist’s “imagination” as something deserving of news coverage. 🤔 pic.twitter.com/TB0pd25EXF
— Tom Kattman (@TomKattman) April 2, 2022
The Democrats can count on the media to run with their preferred narrative every single time.
If I can't talk to kindergartners about sex – I quit?
— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) April 2, 2022
— Lisa Storey LD-7 (@lstorey94_lisa) April 2, 2022
— Neanderthal Naranja (@novaccineforme) April 2, 2022
It’s really amazing that the Dems seem to think “we’re going to throw a fit if we can’t talk to other people’s kids about sex” is a winning election-year issue.
At least the story provides the K-3 detail, which many media outlets don’t feel is important enough to mention:
The law, HB 1557, bans “instruction” about sexual orientation or gender identity “in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards.” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed it into law Monday. Parents will be able to sue school districts for alleged violations, damages or attorney’s fees when the law goes into effect July 1.