At last, the scourge of drag shows in elementary schools is outlawed!
LANSING — Joined by Michigan gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon, a group of House Republicans on Thursday announced a new bill that would empower parents to sue public schools that expose their children to drag shows.
The six legislators were unable to name an example of that happening in a Michigan public school, but they proposed allowing parents to sue districts for up to $10,000 if it ever does.
“I don’t think that we need to have a problem occur in the state of Michigan before we address it,” said state Rep. Beau LaFave, R-Iron Mountain, who nonetheless accused teachers of “pushing this ideology on small children.”
Readin’, writing’, rhinestones?