Written by Nathaniel Mannor
The Left in America has been consistently wrong on every crucial issue ranging from a single-payer healthcare system to vilifying our strongest ally in the Middle East to smearing Trump as an alt-right Nazi. However, they are smart enough to realize that children are the future and have turned their efforts to indoctrinating kids due to their moldable minds. Unfortunately, prominent leftists have always kept quiet about their motives to minimize criticism until now.
This past week the San Fransisco Gay Men’s Chorus released a song called “We’re Coming for Your Children.” The piece states that the LGBT community wants to undo the values traditionalist parents give to their kids by claiming these views as homophobic and bigoted. However, contrary to the song’s belief, not all members of the LGBT community feel this way. Moreover, to denounce all people of a particular group as monolithic and child corrupting plays into some of the worst stereotypes against the LGBT community, which is unacceptable.
The choir meant this song to be satirical as they want to convert your children and make them friendly towards others. After all, who would be against that? The lyrics would seem to reflect this idea, saying, “You think we’ll corrupt your kids if our agenda goes unchecked, funny just this once you’re correct… We’ll convert your children, we’ll make them tolerant and fair.”
But after conservatives expressed disapproval, the choir released a statement reading, “Our message to you from the gay community, we’ll continue to do our best to counter the message of hate by teaching young people to be tolerant and fair.” So basically, this undercuts the entire message because while the song may present itself as a parody of the “hateful” conservative, the goal is still to teach your kids conflicting values disguised as tolerance.
It’s funny how the Left attacks conservatives for practicing religion in their homes as an example of brainwashing while simultaneously pushing sexuality onto kids who haven’t even reached puberty yet as a way to confuse them.