90 Miles From Tyranny : Senate Dems Blocked Proposal to Tell Military Parents If Their Children Wanted to ‘Transition’

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Senate Dems Blocked Proposal to Tell Military Parents If Their Children Wanted to ‘Transition’


Senate Democrats recently voted down an amendment aimed at notifying parents at Department of Defense (DOD) schools if their children want to transition genders.

“When our brave men and women are fighting on the battlefield, their children must be protected from government-funded indoctrination,” Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) said in a statement.

The amendment would have required DOD schools to notify parents of any matter relating to their child’s mental, emotional, or physical health or well-being, and ensure that legal adults are aware of the healthcare support their minor dependents receive.

Blackburn cited a July 2021 report by the Daily Signal that said there is video evidence from the Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA)’s Equity and Access Summit in May 2021 that showed a seventh grade language arts and high school humanities teacher telling other teachers to protect children from parents who do not know about their child’s “transition.”

Another presenter at the summit, an English and drama teacher in Stuttgart, Germany, said to “out” children to their parents would be “unsafe” and put them “at risk” at home, and school might be the only safe place for them to be their authentic selves with their chosen “safe” adult, the report said.


The other Blackburn amendment would have required the DOD to brief Congress on its spending on DEI initiatives.

“These proposals are not controversial. Democrats should be happy to support them and help refocus the energy and effort at the Defense Department where it belongs – on fighting our adversaries,” Blackburn added.

The amendments were to the annual defense authorization bill for 2023 that authorizes DOD activities and spending, known as the National Defense Authorization Act. Senate Democrats voted down the amendments during a committee meeting last week on their...




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By federal and state law, school teachers are 'required reporters', that it is mandatory they report to law enforcement even a suspicion that law is being violated.

That they dont report, should it mean that government encourages and suoports putting children in harms way?