A Major Troll used in hopes to Turn the Table on Conservatives and their Censorship of Books in Florida Schools
Chaz Stevens has filed a complaint with eight school districts in Florida that challenge the Bible’s prevalence in schools in response to Ron DeSantis...
Chaz Stevens has filed a complaint with eight school districts in Florida that challenge the Bible’s prevalence in schools in response to Ron DeSantis and state legislators passing the “Stop WOKE Act” which is meant to keep “prohibited topics” out of classrooms across the state.
Chaz used a handful of examples directly from the tome to prove that the Bible is technically too “woke” based on the DeSantis standards to be available for the younger generation of students. So far, over 200 books in the state have been banned.
The Florida DOE last week announced it will reject nearly 71% of the elementary math textbooks and 41% of textbooks spanning all grades. Officials say the textbooks contained content about critical race theory and other content aimed to “indoctrinate” children.
The GOP of Florida has turned elementary schools into the front of culture wars. Laws so far have banned transgender children from playing school sports and even went as far as to restrict the instruction on slavery and the Holocaust throughout history classes. The heavily controversial “Don’t Say Gay” bill was also passed which bans the discussion of gender identity or sexual orientation in certain grades.
In an attempt to turn the tables on the conservatives in form of a complete troll, Stevens has listed multiple examples of the hated “prohibited content.”
“With the constant concerns about teaching Critical Race Theory, should we not take stock of the Bible’s position on slavery? I am concerned our young white students will read such passages and wake up to civilization’s sordid past. I wish to file such an objection, requesting the Miami-Dade County Public School system immediately remove the Bible from the classroom, library, and any instructional material. And, as is often the case with banned books, I ask your agency lay flame to that giant stack of fiction in a pyre worthy of a Viking sendoff. If they’re gonna ban books, then the whole library should be in play. My hope — and it’s a longshot — is that they will apply their own standards to themselves and ban the Bible.”