Woke School Board Member Takes Oath on “Banned” Books, Sparking Outrage


You might have been surprised at how far the Democrat Party is from the Judeo-Christian values that were the basis of our nation. Karen Smith, the new school board president in Bucks County, Pennsylvania is a good example.

Smith recently opted to take the oath of office on a stack of “banned” books, most of which contained graphic sexual content that is grossly inappropriate for the schoolchildren she was swearing to serve. And her husband stood there goofily holding the pile of smut, while a crowd of onlookers smiled approvingly.

Here’s what the scene looked like:

Her image is both embarrassing and disgraceful to Bucks County as well as those who elected her.

Did we not know that Bucks County, with its 23 public schools and 17,570 students, was the new center for censorship? A group of parents and teachers requested the removal of two books from the school’s library. These two books were explicit and inappropriate.

“Book review committees were convened to reconsider five library books, including Beyond Magenta by Susan Kuklin, Gender Queer by Maia Kobabe, Lawn Boy by Jonathan Evison, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews, and This Book is Gay by Juno Dawson. Educator-led review committees included teachers, librarians, and administrators. Committees determined that two of these books, Gender Queer and This Book is Gay, should not remain in the library. As outlined by the policy guidelines, our school librarians will now work to select two books on the same subject matter to replace each of these books on shelves for students.”

These books are available in both public and private libraries. Parents can allow their children to read these materials. Attending a Pink concert could provide them with the material for free.

Smith chose the following Bible to replace the Bible:

Smith’s hand was placed on “Flamer,” a book by Mike Curato, an award-winning writer and artist. Released in 2020, Curato’s work is a semi-autobiographical graphic novel set in 1995. The story is about a character bullied by other Boy Scouts at a summer camp because he “acted in a way stereotypically gay men”. Characters in the graphic novel discuss pornography, masturbation, and penis size. The book also includes an illustration of a group of naked teenage boys.

Toni Morrison’s book “The Bluest Eye” is about a young girl who becomes pregnant after being raped by her father. George M. Johnson’s book “All Boys Aren’t Blue” about growing up gay is another book you might like. Smith found it “admirable” that the author included sexually explicit parts she called “intense”, as it would help gay youth. This book seems less brave

Smith said that she wasn’t a very religious person when asked why she didn’t use the Bible for her oath. Smith swore her oath using a stack of adult books, claiming that she was not religious. “The Bible doesn’t have any meaning for me. It does have some significance to me, however, after what has happened over the last two years. ”

This sums up the modern Democrat Party’s and its far left’s swerve from morality to depravity. These people serve themselves and their radical agenda. There is no doubt that they are not suitable for children.