Last week, Tina Descovich, co-founder of Moms for Liberty, was on the Washington Journal on CSPAN discussing parental rights in education. During her segment, she mentioned the numerous attacks from radical left-wing activist groups threatened by Moms for Liberty. Descovich rejected all of the Left’s claims and explained how they were baseless. Then, she highlighted some of the sexually suggestive, inappropriate content inexplicably available to young children in school libraries — and exactly why Moms for Liberty is needed.

One of the books Descovich discussed, All Boys Aren’t Blue, drew the ire of the book’s author, George M. Johnson. He objected to Descovich’s categorization of his book and rebuffed her claim that this book, which features graphic sexual content, was in elementary school libraries. In response, Johnson tweeted, among other things, that All Boys Aren’t Blue "has never been found in an elementary school library.”

But Descovich proved Johnson wrong and tweeted proof of the book being in an elementary school library. It is a book that contains a vivid description of a sexual encounter (explained below) that is inappropriate for elementary school students. Johnson once again rejected her findings, denied the allegation, and asserted that he didn’t believe claims from anyone associated with Moms for Liberty.

It took me exactly seven minutes and 23 seconds to verify what Descovich claimed. Christine Liberaski, a spokeswoman for the school district, acknowledged that the book was in the Oak Park Elementary School library “for five months during the 2020-2021 school year, but was never checked out by a student.” Its discovery was among the topics discussed at a North Penn School District board meeting. The district is in a suburb of Philadelphia.

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