Last Updated on June 15, 2023
A Pennsylvania school superintendent is vowing to protect the kids he’s tasked with educating and has reported public school groomers to the local District Attorney for prosecution.
Abe Lucabaugh, the superintendent of Pennsylvania’s Central Bucks School District, made no bones about his opposition to the predatory groomers indoctrinating children with sexualized materials and their rabid LGBT agenda when he vowed to “defend students” at a recent district meeting.
“Make no mistake about this, I will defend students and defend against anything contributing to the sexualization of students,” Lucabaugh said, fighting back against a chorus of groomers, aided by local politicians and media outlets, who have sought to overhaul the Central Bucks School District with sexual predation.
The press and child-grooming activists have slammed Lucabaugh for his decision to remove gay pride flags and sexually-charged books from the school district, with local media launching a full-court press against Lucabaugh, accusing him of being a Christian nationalist and claiming that his ban on sexual material and the grooming of kids in schools has caused a “chilling” effect in the district.
But Abe Lucabaugh isn’t backing down.
“I will never condone any behavior or any decision that promotes the sexualization of children in this district, and I make no qualms about it. That’s why, as superintendent, I do not support the district giving students access to graphic images of sexual acts being performed or reading books that teach students how to set up accounts on apps designed for casual sex hookups.”
“I do not support having images in our libraries that are so lurid that even newspapers and media outlets aren’t permitted to publish them because they violate FCC guidelines. It’s why, as superintendent, I’ve reported employees who sexualized children to our District Attorney. Because no student, regardless of how they identify or whom they love, should be subjected to sexualization by their school district or any of its employees.”
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Watch Lucabaugh’s statement below:
Central Bucks, PA Superintendent Abe Lucabaugh, who has taken heat from activists for removing pride flags and sexualized books from classrooms:
“I will defend students and defend against anything contributing to the sexualization of students.”
— 1776 Project PAC (@1776ProjectPac) June 15, 2023