Father dons Julius Caesar costume at school board meeting to make point about teacher’s gender-fluid outfits

A Concord, New Hampshire father, showed up at a school board meeting Monday dressed as Julius Caesar to drive home the point that CSD Superintendent Kathleen Murphy and Christa McAuliffe Principal Kristen Gallo were “facilitating gender confusion.”

He’s calling for the suspension of both Murphy and Gallo for allowing an art teacher who identifies with the LGBTQ community to continue teaching in the elementary school.

“I am Caesar. Julius Caesar of Rome, the emperor. I am also a female,” Guglielmo proclaimed. “Does anybody here believe that? That I am Julius Caesar? Anybody believe that? No, of course not. It’s ridiculous.”

“I’m not Caesar. I’m not a woman either. I’m here as a father who loves his children, who loves his country. And I’m here to talk about this duty of a school board and the Department of Education. Your duty is to act in the best interest of children. It is to teach truth, not lies. Facts, not fiction. Biology, not a social agenda.” Guglielmo declared.

“As taxpayers, we deserve to have our children taught what we pay for, and it’s not a social agenda, whether it be right or left,” the father charged.

“It’s about the children. It’s about the children,” he emphasized. “And that’s what we all love… and these children that are born into our custody, we have a duty to protect them. And we have a duty to nurture them to their own self-actualization when they can declare whatever sexuality they want to be. And we will love them no matter what it be. Doesn’t matter.”

“But engaging in and facilitating gender confusion, gender dysphoria is developmentally injurious to the mental and emotional mental capacities of children, especially elementary school students,” Guglielmo stated and then called for the suspension of Murphy and Gallo.

The father has reportedly been very vocal concerning the art teacher, Silas Allard because he chooses to wear female clothing during the school day while he teaches students. Guglielmo also slammed Allard’s social media posts, calling them inappropriate for children.

Guglielmo was previously banned from visiting Christa McCauliffe Elementary School in February reportedly due to an altercation between himself and Allard, according to Fox News.

The father allegedly asked Allard to take a photograph. The teacher agreed, according to a letter CSD sent to Guglielmo. He then asked Allard to pose for the photo and he declined. CSD is calling Guglielmo’s actions harassment.

Due to the criticism received from the father, CSD was reportedly prompted to place Allard on leave while they launched an investigation into the issue. CSD proceeded to bring him back to teach once again.

Many of those attending the school board meeting were brandishing signs that read “Choose Love” and “Love is Stronger than Hate.” Several parents chose to defend both Allard and CSD officials, with some declaring they were in attendance to “publicly denounce bigotry and hate speech.” One mother remarked that it is the school board’s job to protect CSD employees and prevent one’s gender identity from being “weaponized.” It had all the markings of a planned leftist set-up.

According to The National Desk, in an interview with Crisis in the Classroom (CITC), a CSD spokesperson stated that the district “rejects all forms of hatred and discrimination,” and instead it strives to “rejoice” in the diversity of its community.

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