Material just presents itself. It really isn’t hard to understand why Arizonans and many around the country are questioning what makes Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman tick. Remember when we posted about Superintendent Hoffman being upset at some negative attention on Twitter?
Next Spring, GLSEN will be hosting a fundraising and awards event. The get-together has been postponed from November of this year to May of 2021. Hoffman does not hide that she has a special place in her heart for an ambitious push for LGBTQ sex ed at school, any age. Here is her statement when the Arizona Legislature punted to the liberals at the Capitol:
Many of the Arizona Legislators who celebrated this decision joined Kathy Hoffman for a press conference the next day. One of them, Representative Daniel Hernandez, founded the Arizona House LGBTQ Caucus. He is vocal on twitter about his views, but he won’t respond when asked whether he supports Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) for children.
Maybe we don’t really need Hernandez to confirm his stance, instead it can be illustrated. Let’s take a look at the GLSEN fundraiser invitation.
And there it is, in the photo above. Drag Queen Story Hour IS part of GLSEN, which is one of Kathy Hoffman’s sex for kids allies. No wonder Representative Hernandez didn’t answer whether he supports DQSH; he’d have exposed what GLSEN really wants to do with kids. So much for those “safe space” stickers, the entire school becomes a danger zone when GLSEN shows up.
But it’s not just Daniel Hernandez. This photo of Kathy Hoffman at a Drag Queen event has been circulating the internet for quite some time now.
So there it is parents. Superintendent Hoffman has a huge influence on your children. Who is okay with this?