Huge uptick of pornographic material in DOD’s libraries and school system in past 2 years, GOP Rep warns

Pornographic LGBT books aren’t just a problem in public schools — they’re also a growing problem in the Department of Defense-run, military base schools used by the children of the men and women in uniform.

Indeed, speaking this Wednesday on Fox News’s “The Ingraham Angle,” eponymous host Laura Ingraham pointed to several shocking examples of said books.


“A book titled ‘Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out’ details oral sex performed by an eight-year-old. That’s available to middle schoolers,” she said.


“And then there’s ‘Middle School’s a Drag, You Better Werk!’ It’s another book available to middle schoolers. It tells the story of a 12-year-old boy who starts a business for the management of child drag queen shows,” Ingraham continued.

“And also available to high schoolers is a book titled ‘This Book is Gay,’ which provides instructions on how to find and participate in orgies at saunas or bathhouses,” she added.

With these books in mind, Ingraham then called for “Republicans to start auditing how all Pentagon dollars are spent, not just those sent without any oversight to Ukraine — tens of billions of dollars.”

She also warned that it’s not safe to “write a blank check to this Pentagon” like it used to be back when the Greatest Generation was in charge of things.

Appearing on the show alongside her, Rep. Mark Green, a retired combat veteran, concurred 100 percent with her assessment.

“There’s been a huge increase in just two years of this pornographic material in the libraries and in the curriculum of our DOD school system detailing how to actually commit sexual assault. Now, these are the men and women who are trained to protect us, and we’re teaching their children how to hurt other people. I mean, it’s absurd, it’s insane, it’s tragic,” he said.

Notice what he said about the “huge increase” occurring in the last “two years.” This is accurate.

“Many of the pornographic and radical gender ideology books were added within the last two years amid President Biden taking office,” according to Fox News.

The books also include “All Boys Aren’t Blue,” which “describes oral sex, ejaculation, anal sex, pornography and masturbation,” and “Sex: A Book for Teens,” which “shows explicit images of male and female genitals and discusses breast reductions and augmentations.”

According to Fox News, another book, “Respect: Everything a Guy Needs to Know About Sex, Love, and Consent,” offers “graphic details to teenage boys how to have sex with women, how to masturbate and how to have oral sex on men.”

That said, Ingraham wanted to know what exactly Republicans plan to do about this, especially since Congress is currently busy negotiating a deal to blindly refund the Pentagon yet again.

Green said his personal goal is to push through a continuing resolution bill for now. That way the funding issue will be pushed to the next Congress, at which time Republicans will be in full control of the U.S. House.

“My preference is a short CR that puts us in charge …. so we can start with a new budget and get that done. But we have to put in the National Defense Authorization Act that the DOD schools can’t do this,” he said.

“We can actually tell them to stop doing that just like we’re telling them now to with the vaccine mandate. So that’s in this NDAA, and yeah, so we can just write it into the law,” he added.

As previously reported, congressional Republicans have been threatening to block this year’s passage of the National Defense Authorization Act unless certain demands are met, including the demand that the Biden administration’s military COVID vaccine mandate be nixed.

However, the White House has refused to confirm whether President Joe Biden would sign the NDAA without a vaccine mandate.

“We continue to believe that repealing the vaccine mandate is a mistake. Making sure our troops are ready to defend this country and prepared to do so, that remains the president’s priority and the vaccine requirement for Covid does just that,” National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications John Kirby said Wednesday.

“But Republicans in Congress have obviously decided that they’d rather fight against the health and well-being of those troops, rather than protecting them,” he added.

Vivek Saxena


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