Bob Knight: ACLU's part of the homo agenda
“The ACLU is probably best described as the ‘Anti-Christian Legal Unit,’ because Christians kids in these public schools are being told that their beliefs amount to a form of bigotry.”— Robert Knight, Culture and Family Institute
I almost can’t believe it — it is two in one week on the Blend for the penis-possessing head of Concerned Women for America, Robert Knight. Gentle readers, you had your last chuckle this week over Knight’s repeated obsessing about homos.
He’s flapping his lips again today, aiming at both homos and the ACLU in one shot over at Agape Press, “ACLU’s Pro-Homosexual ‘Bullying’ Tactics Reminiscent of Chairman Mao.”
In California and Kentucky, the American Civil Liberties Union has gone to court to force reluctant school systems to take part in pro-homosexual promotions. Settlement of an ACLU court case in California includes a mandatory daylong faculty training on what the legal groups calls “diversity, discrimination and harassment, focused primarily on issues pertaining to actual or perceived sexual orientation and gender identity.” And earlier this month in the Bluegrass State, the ACLU accused the Boyd County Board of Education of failing to hold up its end of an agreement to provide mandatory training focused on “sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination.”
Bob Knight is director of the Culture and Family Institute (CFI), affiliated with Concerned Women for America in Washington, DC. Knight contends the ACLU is trying to undermine parents’ values. “The ACLU is probably best described as the ‘Anti-Christian Legal Unit,’ because Christians kids in these public schools are being told that their beliefs amount to a form of bigotry,” he says.
The CFI leader believes the ACLU is employing Chairman Mao’s technique of re-indoctrination. “The ACLU is telling these school officials and parents ‘We’re going to educate your children about homosexuality, whether you like it or not — and we’re going to do it armed with court orders. That’s why we’re taking this to court,'” Knight shares. “This is bullying of a major sort.”
In the Kentucky situation, parents have resisted pro-homosexual promotions, holding their children out of school on a designated “sensitivity training” day. According to the ACLU, only 502 of the 965 high school students and 462 of the 730 middle school students attended the training. That infuriated the ACLU, Knight says.
“The ACLU has come back to court saying parents can’t do that. [Essentially they are saying] ‘You must force your children to sit through our sessions that we have dictated to be the truth,'” he explains. “I mean, these people are totalitarian-minded bullies.”