MSNBC race baiter Joy Reid and her guests on Thursday attacked parents who have spoken out against gay and pedophilia pornography books being placed in school libraries, surmising that it’s all part of… you guessed it, a white supremacist agenda.

Reid brought on former RNC chairman Michael Steele and the pair claimed that the recent protests against the porn books by parents, particularly in Virginia, are intrinsically tied in with Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin’s campaign of “book banning, anti-blackness, [and] anti-history.”

Steele suggested that “all those parents worried about pornography in the literature” should know that “kids ain’t worried about pornography in literature” and advised that parents “better take your son’s phone and take a look at what that bad boy is downloading.”

Steele added that the parents “better go to that school dance and see what they out doing out behind the school, baby.”

So his argument is essentially that having pedo gay porn books in the school library is not an issue because kids are watching internet porn and making out behind the bike sheds.

Headlining the attempts to remove the porn books as ‘The Republican Dystopia’, Reid played clips from the 1966 movie adaption of Fahrenheit 451 where books are burned by a tyrannical government attempting to suppress culture, history and knowledge.

The entire charade was a way of once again stumping for critical race theory, which parents have also complained they do not want their children exposed to.

“I was going to say it’s openly an attack on books that have to do with slavery and race. But it’s also a very sideswipe attack on the LGBTQ community too,” Reid declared, adding “Cause they keep on saying pornography because that’s the other piece of what they want to get rid of.”


Stacy Langton of Fairfax Virginia claims she has been banned from entering her child’s school library after she checked out some of the sexually graphic books and read them out loud in front of board officials in a video that subsequently went viral.

Langton added that she and her family have received death threats since she spoke out and became a leading figure in Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin’s campaign.

Langton thas also said that she and other parents at a recent school board meeting were surveilled by police and federal agents. 

“I have threats against my children by name, I have been followed in my car with my children, they have my vehicle, they know where I live, and I don’t know who’s putting somebody up to this, but it’s obviously meant to intimidate me,” said Langton.  

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