Nevada school board taking heat for stopping mother from reading daughter’s X-rated homework

(Video: Fox News)

The pervasive failings of government-run education were exposed again when a Nevada mother’s public comment was shut down for inappropriate content; “amazing, isn’t it?”

Douglas Murray, Fox News contributor and author of “The War on the West,” joined “Fox & Friends” Wednesday to discuss a video from a Clark County School Board meeting outside Las Vegas, Nevada.

Made viral by social media account Libs of TikTok, the portion of the meeting included a mother reading out an assignment that she said her 15-year-old daughter was required to memorize and then “act out.”

“This will be horrifying for me to read to you,” she said, “but that will give you perspective on how she must have felt when her teacher required her to memorize this and to act it out in front of her entire class.”

“I don’t love you,” the mother read. “It’s not you, it’s just, I don’t like your d*ck – or any d*ck in that case. I cheated, Joe.”

An indistinguishable outcry can be heard that interrupts the mother before members of the school board begin to interject on the inappropriate content being recited. The chairwoman can be heard saying, “I ask you simply – this is a public meeting. I ask for decorum.”

“Yes, and it’s…too hardcore for the sensitive ears of the school board, but fine for 15-year-old daughter. That is amazing, isn’t it?” Murray expressed to Fox News.

The mother went on to say, “If you don’t want me to read it to you, what was it like for my 15-year-old daughter to have to memorize pornographic material.”

Murray continued his critical analysis adding, “And one of the things that just strikes me about this is, once again, you have a school board that’s pretending to listen to the parents but really isn’t interested in parent feedback. We’ve seen this again and again. We saw it on the CRT stuff. They pretend that they’re listening, but they really don’t seem to care that they cut this mom off. They pretend that, oh, well you know, you’re using profanities we can’t have that. Any excuse other than accountability.”

In fact, initially the Clark County School District released a statement to explain they were “aware of a video circulating on social media alleging a member of the public was not given their full time for public comment. The full video,” they then contended, “is available at the link below showing the individual was given their full time for public comment.”

Hours later, after they were chastised for their continued failure to understand the issue, they added to the statement and wrote, “The Clark County School District is investigating the circumstances surrounding a class assignment consisting of a student-generated writing exercise that produced content not conducive to student instruction.”

“The District,” they went on, “does not comment on individual employee or personnel issues, and all policies and procedures are being followed.”

Murray went on to note the abysmal state of American government education when compared to the rest of the world, as it places agenda-driven content ahead of instruction that provides the necessary tools to be competitive in the marketplace. As has been the case with other school boards that have been exposed for defending their curriculum rather than addressing the genuine concerns of parents, the consensus supported Murray’s take.


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