Barnegat Mayor Alfonso Cirulli spoke out against a law signed by Governor Murphy requiring middle and high school curriculum to include LGBT history beginning in the 2020/2021 school year at Tuesday night’s Township Committee meeting and urged residents to join the fight.
Cirulli said that the LBGT political movement is an “affront to almighty God”, the government “has no right to teach our kids morality” and “we’ve crossed the line into absurdity”. Cirulli urged residents to pressure Governor Murphy and the New Jersey State Legislature to reverse the bill that became law on January 31, 2019 requiring middle and high school curriculum to include the political, economic and social contributions of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. Cirulli said the law violates the religious rights of parents, freedom of speech and amounts to indoctrination of children. “Now is the time for the righteous to stand up for their rights” Cirulli said.
“As your mayor and a member of this committee it is my obligation to protect its residents and to keep them informed of laws and situations that will affect them. I believe that the information I will bring out will have serious consequences for families.” said Cirulli. Cirulli said polls have shown that 71 percent of adults are Christians and about 2 percent are Jewish. He shared his belief that teaching the proposed curriculum might conflict with a great number of parents and their religious beliefs
Barnegat Deputy Mayor John Novak agreed with Cirulli saying: “It’s the parents job not the government’s job. Parents have rights.”
The Informed Conservative supports Mayor Cirulli. This is not bigotry or homophobic. This is the government overstepping and interfering with parents rights to raise their children with the beliefs they value. We believe that a boy who thinks he is a girl or a girl who thinks she is a boy is mentally ill. We should be getting them help not enabling them and we definitely should not be teaching our children to enable this behavior Let’s let our children be children.
I can only be thankful that my children are adults and do not attend middle or high school in New Jersey.
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