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06-16-2022    07:27 AM    OPINION    When it happens in public places kids assume adults know what's happening, and wonder why it's okay (because silence implies approval)

Around the age of 10, I was fondled by an elementary school janitor inside the school building. It is not a stretch for me, or a fantasy, to think that children at Campbell County Public Library events for kids (especially sleepovers) may be fondled by ALA librarians and the Friends of ALA librarians. Perhaps kids are being helped to feel comfortable being around others without clothes on, as the Campbell County Public Library books teach them, and perhaps kids are being helped to feel comfortable having their anuses touched, as Campbell County Public library books are teaching them. It is a concern. It is a valid, real, and intellectual concern. It is alarming. It makes sense that adults who are aggressively teaching kids to get comfortable with sex, and aggressively teaching them how to perform sex acts, would also aggressively help those kids experience sex.

The ALA library crowd, led by Terri Lesley and Darcy Acord, mentored by Sue Knesel, has been budgeted over 3.8 million dollars for their agenda and they want more. They expect a bonus from the taxpayers for violating the taxpayers' children. They continue to lie about the content of the books in the kids' section. If the material was appropriate, they would not need to lie about the content of those books. When Sue Knesel said, "They are providing information for youth that they need to know to be successful in our society and accepted," she must have been referring to her social set. There are multiple social sets in Campbell County that do not engage in sex with children.

If you can't make it to the budget hearing on Monday, June 20, 2022 at 6 pm, here is the link to write to the Commissioners. Say NO to pedophilia.

This issue is not about supporting the library. We all support the library. We remember the library as hallowed ground, a place for peaceful introspection, learning, and intellectual growth. We do not support the library turning into pimps for pedophiles, as it has under the leadership of Sue Knesel, Terri Lesley, and Darcy Acord. Those women should all be removed from jobs or volunteer positions that put them in proximity to children. But that's just my opinion. Please give the Campbell County Commissioners your opinion, and help spread the word about the actual content of the contested books for kids.

And we haven't even looked in the school libraries yet...



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