Why would Media Matters focus so much attention on a non-scandal?
Could it be that they are afraid of what Americans would think if this was reported responsibly by the state-run media? Could it be that their arguments defending pushing porn on kids don’t pass the sniff test? Could it be that pointing out pedophilia books and children sex books is not the same as being homophobic? Could it be they are afraid of what is going to be reported about Obama’s “Safe Schools Czar” Kevin Jennings next?
Try as they might, Media Matters still has not been able to convince those following this story that pushing anonymous gay sex in parks on children is a healthy practice. Media Matters still hasn’t convinced Americans that lectures on fisting to 14 year-olds are educational. Media Matters still has not been able to explain how p*ssing on your partner breaks new ground in intimacy? Media Matters still has not been able to explain how the absolute filth pushed on children in Kevin Jennings’ selected pornographic books is good for kids?
Media Matters may hope that Americans will avert their eyes as some deviant leads our children astray. They would be wrong. Rep. Michael Burgess called for Kevin Jennings to resign yesterday on the House floor. The Washington Times wrote another editorial on the childrens sex scandal today. Sean Hannity and Michelle Malkin discussed this sexual assault on children two days ago.
For any of you out there who haven’t been following this story, I suggest you go back here and read for yourself what Kevin Jennings’ organization GLSEN has been pushing on children in America. Then ask yourself if this man should be the “Safe Schools Czar.” If you still think he should keep his job you should probably seek help. This scandal isn’t about left or right. It’s not about being a good Democrat or Republican. It’s not about gay versus straight. This story is about keeping America’s children safe.
Unfortunately, Media Matters doesn’t get that.