Texas Pastors say no to radical LGBT program in public schools

Richard Carranza a superintendent in Houston Texas originally from San Francisco wants to make a LGBT program in schools. Another radical liberal agenda thats trying to be forced onto the public.

HOUSTON, Texas, June 26, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – A group of Texas pastors said “no” to the school superintendent after he suggested adding an LGBT history curriculum in area schools, telling him that what might pass in San Francisco won’t go over in Houston.

“The LGBTQ movement in the U.S. has a history,” superintendent Dr. Richard Carranza told a gathering hosted by the Houston Defender, a publication centered on the local black community, “and in many cases, many people would call it a civil rights history in terms of acceptance and in terms of who have been leaders of the movement.”

“I think it’s part of the American history,” he said. “To include that as part of what kids study is just a bigger picture of who we are as America.”

Except that the LGBT only make up 3.8 percent of the population in America. So how is that a picture of who we are as Americans. Right, thats what the liberals are pushing.

Rev. Dave Welch, executive director of the Houston Area Pastor Council (HAPC), responded that in Texas people of all ethnicities still believe children “are to be protected, nurtured, and educated, not used as a social experiment of a radical political agenda.”

“Dr. Carranza, not in our city and not our children,” Rev. Welch said in a statement. “The former mayor of Houston attempted to turn Houston into San Francisco with this same philosophy. Again, this is Houston, Texas, not San Francisco, California.”

Carranza was deputy superintendent and then superintendent of the San Francisco Unified School District from 2009 until last year before coming to Houston. While in California, Carranza oversaw a number of schools that added LGBTQ curriculum.

“Carranza is an import from San Francisco, where this kind of propaganda that attempts to equate sexual lifestyles, gender confusion, and hostility toward the traditional family has become the norm,” Rev. Welch stated. “The HISD Board of Trustees needs to remind Dr. Carranza that this is Texas, where the people of all ethnicities still believe that our children are to be protected, nurtured, and educated, not used as a social experiment of a radical political agenda.”

This sexual engineering of the LGBT shows how government controlled schools have replaced academics with political correctness. California can fall into this muck of indoctrinating the kids of these sexual lies. But Texas is a way different story. It wont fly in that great state.

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