It seems that New York City school officials have finally found a situation under which they will allow references to Jesus in public schools. They’re stocking school libraries with a children’s book called “What You Don’t Know: A Story of Liberated Childhood.” In it, a gay black child doesn’t like church because he feels shamed there until Jesus (who is apparently a Democrat) appears to tell him that “everyone is invited to love and be loved,” even Mitch McConnell, who is depicted in the book.
The kid asks Jesus, “Are you gonna punish the people of Earth who hate me and blame it on you?” The book promises that “we will rewrite the rules we live by and love the world into balance.” It ends “happily” with the child and his parents watching the radical socialist “Squad” on TV. I wonder how Jesus feels about that, considering He was Jewish and some of the “Squad” members are blatant anti-Semites.
As Alex Parker at Redstate.com notes, the messages of the book appear to be that religion is mean, God’s Son encourages homosexuality, opposing someone’s beliefs is hatred, and “AOC should control your destiny.”
Again, I’ll point out that the New York City school system has lost 1.2 million pupils over the past few years, and school officials claim that they’re baffled as to why.
Click the link to read more about this book and others in the curriculum that’s called “Mosaic.” But I warn you: before you do, take your blood pressure medicine, or at least a couple of Rolaids.