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Democrat Tom Malinowski Gaslights Constituents on ‘Crazy Culture Bullsh*t’ Taught in Schools


Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-NJ) stands by his misguided claim that parents’ concerns about public education are “crazy culture bullshit,” telling his constituents, “I’m not going to stand up for those MAGA Republicans who are trying to reduce our schools to the levels of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Florida.

The New Jersey Democrat then misled his constituents at a big meeting in Scotch Plains, New Jersey last month, telling them that Florida had banned some math textbooks “because there was only one math book and they had little biographies of African American mathematicians”.

“I guess it’s CRT now,” he said. “You can’t find real CRT, so you have to find something black in there. It must be the CRT.

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“And so that allows for this crazy culture bullshit, right?” he said. “When you actually talk to people, how do we implement it, what does that mean, it doesn’t sound so good.”

“Even if you are one of the prejudiced people who want to persecute LGBT people,” he continued. “In practice, it’s crazy stuff, and then it boils down to can we just teach our kids what they need to be successful in life and stop persecuting our teachers and stop forcing all this bullshit nonsense on them. culture war and support our schools like we do in the state of New Jersey?”

The Garden State Democrat then slammed his Republican opponent for speaking out against the availability of child pornography in New Jersey.

“And if you look at Tom Kean Jr., if anybody’s on Twitter, he’s got his pinned tweet — the thing he wants everyone to see first. And this is a clip of him on Fox News where he said not once, but twice, that elementary school teachers in his hometown of Westfield, New Jersey, were preparing to teach sophomores about porn. Malinowski said.

Kean, who at the time was just one of many Republican challengers, has since become the Republican nominee and will face Malinowski in the November election.

Kean criticized his state’s new curriculum standards, saying, “Having curricula that include gender identity and sex education and exposure to pornography on issues as young as second grade in any school district is wrong.”

Subsequently, Malinowski took to Twitter in late April to express his concerns about the education debate and criticism of Kean.

However, as Breitbart News reported, two of the most concerning books for parents depict, both literally and more explicitly in the drawings, pornography and pedophilia.

Those books, lawn boy by Jonathan Evison and Gender Queer: A Memoir by Maia Kobabe, have come under intense scrutiny from parents who have trouble with the graphic depictions of sex acts in both books, and especially the depictions of sex acts between adult men and children .

“And so you know playing defense would be, ‘Oh no, that’s not really true, it’ll actually be sex education,'” Malinowski said. “But playing offense is, ‘When are you going to bust this lie? Why are you lying about hard-working primary school teachers, and now they have people yelling at them because a politician went on TV and lied?”

“I mean, if you’re the parent of a 3rd grader and a leader in your community says they’re teaching your 3rd grader about porn, you’d probably be a little concerned, wouldn’t you? ? I would be worried,” he continued. “But I would be really pissed off if I heard that guy was lying to me. Alright, so turn the ire on the politicians who lie to get votes and try to drive down the quality of New Jersey’s public schools.

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New Jersey’s new education standards have alarmed parents, despite Malinowski’s assertion.

Indeed, sophomores will at least learn some radical notions about gender, as one of the state’s sample lesson plans puts it: “You might feel like a boy even though you have body parts that some people might tell you. are “girl” roles.

“Gender identity is that feeling of knowing your gender. You might feel like a boy, you might feel like a girl,” the lesson plan reads. feel like a boy even though you have body parts that some people might say are ‘girl’ parts of you.”

“You might feel like a girl even though you have body parts that some people might say are ‘boy’ parts of you,” he continues. “And you may not feel like a boy or a girl, but you’re a bit of both. No matter what you’re feeling, you’re perfectly normal!”

This isn’t the first time Malinowski has called parents’ concerns “cultural bullshit.”

As Breitbart News exclusively reported, the beleaguered Democrat launched an anti-parenting tirade, calling parents’ concerns “made up cultural bullshit” stemming from a “fringe movement.” Following Breitbart News’ reports of his tirade, the New Jersey Democrat canceled an education forum he was supposed to have with parents and students.

Malinowski represents a vulnerable neighborhood. House Republican-aligned groups, such as the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), have sued the congressman in the past and named his seat a top target in the midterm elections.

After striving to win back the House in 2020, Republicans left Democrats the slimmest majority in modern history and gave themselves the upper hand midterm.

For Republicans, winning a majority will require a net gain of just five seats in November, and much is at stake in both the House and the Senate. Losing either could mean Democrats and President Joe Biden will have a harder time getting their agenda items across before the next presidential election.

Republicans are currently expected to win a majority in the House with between 12 and 35 seats. Republicans are hoping Malinowski could be one of them.

Breccan F. Thies is a reporter for Breitbart News. You can follow him on Twitter @BreccanFThies.

Jacob Bliss is a reporter for Breitbart News. Write to him at jbliss@breitbart.com or follow him on Twitter @JacobMBliss.



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