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CNN’s Brian Stetler raised eyebrows recently when he claimed on his show ‘Reliable Sources’ that Florida’s new law banning the teaching of transgenderism along with other sexual acts to children was unjust because  doing so was merely about ‘equal rights for everybody in a country.’

As The Daily Wire reports: 


CNN’s Brian Stelter insisted that opposing a Florida bill that would bar schools from teaching children about gender identity and sexual orientation from kindergarten through third grade is “not a culture war”; it is merely supporting “equal rights for everybody in a country.” His guest replied that Disney’s CEO should have spoken out against the popular legislation more forcefully, since the company is a “moral guardian.”

On CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” Stelter asked why CEO Bob Chapek was “so out of touch” that it took him days “to come to the side of his employees to speak out against Florida’s controversial, so-called ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill.”

His guest — the former president of Walt Disney Television, Garth Ancier — said, “The problem is that Disney is much more of a moral guardian company than most.” He noted Chapek is in “a very special position,” because former Disney CEOs Bob Iger and Michael Eisner acted as “moral clarions”; both men strongly advocated for Disney to support LGBT issues and abortion-on-demand, as well as the Paris Climate Accords and gun control.

Chapek issued two statements before bowing to pressure to condemn the bill (SB 1834), which does not actually bar anyone from uttering the word “gay.” Instead, it says that a “school district may not encourage classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity in primary grade levels,” nor in a way that is not age-appropriate in public secondary schools.

Longtime CNN producer John Griffin was arrested in December after being accused of of a series of shocking sex crimes agains minors.




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John C. Hagaman
John C. Hagaman
6 months ago

Wait a minute, isn’t the left saying that it isn’t being taught in schools, which one is it

Philip Hammersley
Philip Hammersley
6 months ago

Exactly! If this crap isn’t taught in schools, then the law will not affect anyone. Humpty Dumpty screwed his whole argument against the law.

None of your business
None of your business
6 months ago

Everyone who is pushing for this to teach our children should face a rope!

Marylyn Lowrey Luna
Marylyn Lowrey Luna
6 months ago

cnn needs to be shut down for this

Monrda
Monrda
6 months ago

P.E.R.V.E.R.T.S.!!!

raddy
raddy
6 months ago

not to worry, they are shutting themselves down.

Jack65
Jack65
6 months ago

He needs to be looked into. I would not be surprised if he was a top pedo in the dark world.

DetroitDom
DetroitDom
6 months ago

We should start with the people in executive roles at the NEA, as well as, at the Department of Education. Once the people pushing this extremely inappropriate subject matter for young children are wearing rope neckties, the rest at state levels will quickly depart academia or remain extremely quiet.

Frick
Frick
6 months ago

They should already be dangling!!

Bemused Berserker
Bemused Berserker
6 months ago

When our next Civil War starts, Potato Boy will be gone.