Mayor won’t apologize for condemning LGBT indoctrination as ‘affront to Almighty God’

Oct 30, 2019 by

by Calvin Freiburger, LifeSite:

The mayor of a New Jersey township is holding firm against negative reactions to his forceful denunciation of a state law mandating that “LGBT history” be taught in public schools.

Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy signed Senate Bill 1569 in January, requiring school boards to develop lessons about the “political, economic, and social contributions of persons with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people” throughout history.

During an August committee meeting for Barnegat Township, Republican Mayor Alfonso Cirulli assailed the LGBT agenda as “an affront to almighty God” and declared that “now is the time for the righteous to stand up for their rights” before the school district implements a new curriculum in line with the new mandate.

“The government has no right to teach our kids morality,” he said, arguing that “we’ve crossed over the line into absurdity” in overriding parents’ right to decide when and how to introduce children to such sensitive subjects.

“Everyone has a right to live his or her life the way they want to, but no group has a right to force others to comply with their beliefs,” added Cirulli, who is a former assistant principal.

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