Have you had enough with the oversexualization of children in New Jersey schools? Jack Ciattarelli has. He is the Republican gubernatorial candidate taking on Phil Murphy this November. Recently, he has been very public in his opposition to graphic sexual acts being injected into middle school classrooms and transgender ideology persuading 5-year-olds to question their sexuality and gender identity in kindergarten.

Jack took it upon himself to write an editorial in the USA Today/Gannett newspapers across our state. He is challenging the extreme educational standards developed by the current administration. You can read his views here.

“Expecting kindergarteners who can’t even tie their own shoes to grasp the complexity of gender identity and mandating that middle-school students be taught about explicit sexual acts when they are barely teenagers isn’t just extreme. It’s dangerous. It’s also an attempt by Murphy and the state to supplant the role and responsibility of parents.”

Jack Ciattarelli

State media has scrutinized Jack for speaking truth outside of their controlled narrative. A stream of articles was written attempting to call him a liar for suggesting the LGBT curriculum teaches the lessons he alludes to. Not surprisingly, the media got it wrong – again! Additional articles soon followed that accurately documented the Health Class Learning Standards in middle school and diversity lessons in kindergarten that will teach students these topics in the next 1-2 school years.

Get ready for this! Governor Murphy and Garden State Equality won’t defend these lessons! They are ashamed of them. Their rebuttal to Jack is to demean him for speaking to “the Trump base” and “dividing” us. They falsely direct people to LGBTQ “contributions” curriculum in their media interviews and press conferences, while intentionally ignoring the new gender identity lessons in kindergarten and the requirement for 13-year-olds to define oral and anal sex.

Please read the articles below and share them with others. It is encouraging to see Jack Ciattarelli defend parents. It is equally disappointing to see Governor Murphy deceive parents.

Protecting your family,Shawn hyland
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Shawn Hyland
Executive Director

 

 

 

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Jack Ciattarelli has won the Republican primary and will face Governor Phil Murphy this November. New Jersey voters will have the opportunity to uphold Governor Murphy’s radical abortion agenda and sexualization of public education, or pivot to a more popular and mainstream position regarding life in the womb and children in the classroom.

Jack has a track record in the legislature that concerns many conservatives. He voted for assisted suicide and has generally considered himself a pro-choice candidate in the past. However, the extreme anti-life platform of Governor Murphy gives a traditionally moderate republican a strong upper hand in protecting preborn babies.

“Phil Murphy’s eagerness to sign legislation that would permit abortions up to the time of birth shows how extreme and out of touch he is with the values of the vast majority of New Jerseyans in both parties. The debate over Roe v. Wade is one that evokes passion on both sides whereby reasonable people can disagree, but a law that would allow the abortion of full-term babies, outlaw parental notification for minors, and authorize non-licensed physicians to perform abortions is radical by any measure.”
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I have spoken to Jack on many occasions, including an hour-long conversation he had with pastors. He was clear in his objection to the social and sexual indoctrination happening in New Jersey public schools. He firmly believes these sensitive moral subjects should be left to parents, not activist teachers.

There are many months to go before the general election and a lot can happen. Please stay in prayer for our state, join us and other groups as we publicly gather to stop the so-called Reproductive Freedom Act, contact your legislators regarding their incessant erosion of parental rights, and speak out at your local board of education. We can not expect legislators to fight for our children if we do not first take a stand to protect them and the religious freedoms we cherish.

Protecting your family,

Shawn Hyland
Executive Director