MN Democrats Vote For Elementary School Pornography

On Tuesday, April 23, 2019, Minnesota House Democrats voted in favor of including pornography and sexual perversions as part of the Minnesota House Education Omnibus Bill, HF2400.

The Minnesota Child Protection League (CPL) tried to warn parents and stakeholders to call their legislators to urge them to remove Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) from the 258-page House Education Omnibus bill HF2400before it was debated on last Tuesday. Of course, the bill was debated two days after Easter Sunday, when parents were distracted and just getting the kiddos back to school after the holiday.

Planned Parenthood will provide the CSE curriculum for Minnesota public schools and has lobbied hard for this legislation. The Guttmacher Institute, which was started in 1968 as a part of Planned Parenthood, is expected to be developing the state model policy, according to, a website to educate parents on the harmful effects of CSE.



We must recognize that evil does exist. It must not be shown love as a means to make us feel better about ourselves; it must be exposed and destroyed.

David DeGerolamo

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1 Response to MN Democrats Vote For Elementary School Pornography

  1. Robert H. Gillis says:

    Maybe God Will put at least 10 feet of snow around there state house and the governors house this coming winter as punishment for allowing that porn stuff to be part of there teaching. If we take God out of our schools this country is DOOMED !!

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