HEADLINE USA – President Joe Biden‘s ‘Build Back Better’ bill includes extensive provisions for LGBTQ education for young, daycare-aged children, Life Site News reported.
He has called it a $4.7 trillion “human infrastructure” bill, which includes tens of millions of dollars to be spent on radical LGTBQ grooming via free daycare for pre-Kindergarten children.
Millions of children are now in line learn to all about the gay lifestyle on the taxpayer’s dime. The bill also includes millions of dollars on abortion spending while targeting religious childcare organizations in favor of woke, transgender promoting daycares.
According to Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, the bill would “change the rules” of child care in “an intentional effort to bring all of these programs under the moral revolution mandated by the federal government.”
He also emphasized the ways in which individual conservative or religious states would be forced to comply in order toe secure grant money.
“It’s a change from funding these programs through block grants given to the states to changing the situation to direct funding by federal programs,” he said.
This “means that religious institutions and religious organizations would not be able to operate these schools in a way consistent with their own beliefs” Mohler said, “especially when it comes to the gender and sexual morality revolution, the entire array of issues, most importantly summarized as LGBTQ.”
Michael B. Sheedy, executive director of the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops, penned a letter to Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., pointing to the ways in which the Biden administration is targeting the Church that he loves so much.
“As a general rule, Catholic schools and most nonpublic schools purposefully avoid federal financial recipient status,” he wrote, “because it triggers a whole host of federal regulatory obligations with which nonpublic schools are not currently required to comply.
“The provisions of most obvious concern,” he added, “include nondiscrimination provisions related to sexual orientation and gender identity that could create religious freedom issues for religious providers.”