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What Florida Just Told Schools To Do With Biden’s Gender Identity Rules Will Make Liberal Heads Pop

    The state of Florida told schools in the state this week that federal policies that protect transgender students “should not be treated as governing law,” according the words of Florida Education Commissioner Manny Diaz Jr.

    According to the Newsmax report, the Department of Education proposed a Title IX rule as a means of providing protection for transgender students which would prohibit “all forms of sex discrimination, including discrimination based on sex stereotypes, sex characteristics, pregnancy or related conditions, sexual orientation and gender identity.”

    The report then says:

    Politico reports that Diaz sent a memo to schools across the state warning that “the Department will not stand idly by as federal agencies attempt to impose a sexual ideology on Florida schools that risk the health, safety, and welfare of Florida students.”

    He goes on to say that transgender students should not be given access to the bathrooms, locker rooms, or dorms of their choice; he also states that transgender students should not be allowed to compete on the sports teams that match their gender identity.

    If you listen carefully, you can hear the heads of liberals all over the country popping like popcorn in the microwave. It’s a rather satisfying sound, wouldn’t you agree?

    However, the government in the state of Florida, led by Gov. Ron DeSantis, is quickly becoming one to look at when it comes to protecting our children from sexual identity ideology.

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    Is it any wonder DeSantis is so popular and a possible contender for the GOP nomination for president?