School Board Appears To Cut Mic Of Pastor Denouncing Trans Ideology In Schools


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A school board in Nevada appears to have cut the microphone of a pastor who read an “explicit” book in a meeting Thursday.

Pastor John Amanchukwu, who attends school board meetings around the country to oppose critical race theory and gender ideology in classrooms, spoke at Clark County School District Board of Trustees meeting, TPUSA Faith reported.

Just after he started speaking, his microphone appears to have been cut off, according to the school district’s livestream. (RELATED: Mom Reads Aloud Purported Assignment Given To Daughter. School Board Cuts Her Mic Because It’s Too Obscene)

Amanchukwu began to talk about his opposition to the school district’s gender identity policy, which explains how schools can provide “a safe, inclusive, and respectful learning environment for all students, including those with diverse gender identities or expressions,” it reads.

“In response to policy 5138 I would like to share the 10 realities of LGBTQ,” he said. “Number one, there are only two genders. Number two, without heterosexuality, homosexuality would not exist. Number three, gender is not fluid, it’s frozen. Number four, parents who support transitioning a minor are guilty of child abuse, negligence and human decency. The epitome of love is also truth. Number five, transgenderism is a mental disorder.”

The policy he referred to is aimed at “addressing the rights and needs of students with diverse gender identities or expressions.”

He then made reference to “anal sex, blow jobs and orgasms,” prompting the school board’s president, Evelyn Garcia Morales, to tell him to “stop.”

“No, stop. Stop. Absolutely not,” she said, having cut off Amanchukwu’s microphone. “I’m stopping your time, because I’m going to correct you.”

She continued to tell him to “stop” and not to “use profanity.”

In a video on Instagram shared by the Moms for Liberty Clark County chapter, he can be then heard yelling out excerpts from “Flamer,” a book many parental rights advocates consider “explicit,” according to Moms for Liberty.

“On page 14, it says, ‘Hey, Navarro, suck any good dicks lately?'” he said with his unamplified voice. “Page 22, it says, ‘What’s wrong, Navarro? I thought you like a big sausage in your mouth! Haha!'”

“John, your language is inappropriate,” Garcia Morales said. “I’m asking you to stop.”

Parents soon began to yell at the board members as Amanchukwu continued to speak.

“You don’t want to hear the truth. You want to cover up the truth. We could care less about the perverted books you all want in the schools. Get them out, and let’s get back to reading, writing and arithmetic,” Amanchukwu said, drawing cheers from the crowd.

In 2022, a Clark County mother’s microphone was cut as she read a  pornographic assignment allegedly given to her daughter.

Amanchukwu was escorted out of the room by security, according to video footage provided to The Daily Caller by the Moms for Liberty Clark County chapter.