‘Like a Creepy Neighbor’: State Farm does 180 after whistleblower exposes transgender project for 5-year-olds

Insurance giant State Farm is getting publicity for all of the wrong reasons and is backtracking big time after a whistleblower leaked details about a “unique project” to help teach transgenderism to children as young as five-years-old, another example of how deeply the “woke” cancer has penetrated companies with some of America’s most identifiable and enduring brands.

According to an email provided to nonprofit watchdog organization Consumers’ Research, the company has partnered with the transgender activist group the GenderCool Project which identifies itself as an “inspiring disrupter” that promotes gender identity issues to children and their families, who have “never met a transgender or non-binary person” who “feel conflicted about what they read, see and hear.”

In the email which has been made public by Consumers’ Research as a part of their accountability campaign called “Like a Creepy Neighbor,” a member of State Farm’s management team encouraged Florida agents to donate three-book bundles on transgenderism to local schools and public libraries to get the material into the hands of young and impressionable minds that are the most susceptible to brainwashing, a demographic that is easy prey for groomers and their enablers.

The books, A Kids Book About Being Transgender, A Kids Book About Being Non-Binary, and A Kids Book About Being Inclusive, all promote the idea that gender transcends biological sex, an ideology that has spread like wildfire with the sanctioning of educational authorities, corporations, Hollywood and government.

Consumers’ Research Executive Director Will Hild took to Twitter where he posted a copy of the internal State Farm email as well as details about the books which can also be viewed on the organization’s website.

The nonprofit watchdog also produced an informative video which is also available on their website and is making the rounds on social media beginning with the familiar musical notes that are included with the insurer’s advertisements, many of them broadcast during sporting events that draw huge audiences.

(Video: YouTube/Consumers’ Research)

“State Farm tells us they’re a good neighbor, but would a good neighbor target five-year-olds for conversations about sexual identity?” Consumers’ Research asks.

“That’s what State Farm’s doing, asking employees to donate guides to being transgender to public schools, books aimed at making kindergartners question their identity, it’s textbook indoctrination.”

“These books don’t belong in elementary schools and State Farm shouldn’t be putting them there,” the video states.

Twitter users expressed their opinions over the leaked email that isn’t good news for the insurer’s brand in an ultra-competitive market where the tide is rapidly turning against “woke” corporate activism.

Even more disturbing? According to the letter, the transgender outreach program isn’t limited to the Sunshine State, it’s nationwide.

(Image: Screengrab/Consumer’s Research)

Sooner or later Corporate America is going to realize that “woke” politics are like a hot stove, touch it and get burned – just ask Disney.

UPDATE: State Farm seems to have gotten the message and has distanced itself from the groomers, according to a mass email to employees that was posted by Libs of TikTok in which the company states that it will no longer support GenderCool’s program and admits, “Conservations about gender and identity should happen at home with parents.”

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