VIDEO: Gavin Newsom to purchase the book for students after a school board in Temecula decided to reject a textbook because it mentioned Harvey Milk KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, July 13, 2023

VIDEO: Gavin Newsom to purchase the book for students after a school board in Temecula decided to reject a textbook because it mentioned Harvey Milk

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Gavin Newsom to purchase the book for students after a school board in Temecula decided to reject a textbook because it mentioned Harvey Milk. 

Gavin Newsom wrote: "A school board in Temecula rejected a textbook because it mentioned Harvey Milk. 
CA is stepping in.
We’re going to purchase the book for these students—the same one that hundreds of thousands of kids are already using.
If these extremist school board members won’t do their job, we will — and fine them for their incompetence."

Three Southern California school board members backed by a far-right pastor narrowly won election last fall in campaigns fueled by pandemic rage.

Then they banned critical race theory and rejected social studies materials that included LGBTQ rights hero Harvey Milk.

Now, they’re fighting for their political lives.

After just six months in office, those officials face a recall effort on top of a civil rights investigation launched by the state’s Democratic-led education department. Students have held protests, and irate parents and teachers are swarming the board’s meetings, feeling that their town — the fast-growing, politically diverse suburb of Temecula in Riverside County — has become consumed by partisan warfare.

Steel discussed the strategy at a March meeting of “The Parent Revolt,” a California GOP group that recruits and trains local candidates. “We make it look very nonpartisan, because every time you run for school board office, it’s nonpartisan,” Steel said. “And they’re the ones that people are least likely to vote on.”

“I’ll say this. If you give a woman — or a man, for that matter — without his or her knowledge a drug, and then have sex with that person without consent, that’s rape. And I think this country, any civilized country, should have no tolerance for rape,” Obama said in a press conference when asked if Cosby’s Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 2002 under President Bush.

“He has zero tolerance for rape,” Valerie Jarrett told journalist Mark Halperin. Obama honored the late gay rights activist and statutory rapist Harvey Milk in 2009 with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which Milk’s nephew Stuart Milk accepted at the White House.

“Harvey Milk’s voice will forever echo in the hearts of all those who carry forward his timeless message,” Obama said in his official White House citation.

In 2013, Obama’s White House announced the honorific “Harvey Milk Champions of Change” program to recognize openly gay American elected officials.

Harvey Milk had sex with underage boys, as evidenced by his relationship with 16-year old Jack Galen McKinley, who ran away from home before meeting Milk and ended up killing himself.

“Sixteen-year-old McKinley was looking for some kind of father figure…At 33, Milk was launching a new life, though he could hardly have imagined the unlikely direction toward which his new lover would pull him,” Randy Shilts reported in his Milk biography “The Mayor of Castro Street.”In 2013, Obama’s White House announced the honorific “Harvey Milk Champions of Change” program to recognize openly gay American elected officials.

Harvey Milk had sex with underage boys, as evidenced by his relationship with 16-year old Jack Galen McKinley, who ran away from home before meeting Milk and ended up killing himself.

“Sixteen-year-old McKinley was looking for some kind of father figure…At 33, Milk was launching a new life, though he could hardly have imagined the unlikely direction toward which his new lover would pull him,” Randy Shilts reported in his Milk biography “The Mayor of Castro Street.”

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