Black Pastor Calls Out School Board Over Disturbing Groomer Curriculum: ‘God Going to Judge Every Last One of You’

'The reality is this: God is going to judge every last one of you for decisions that are made on behalf of children.'

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A black youth pastor in North Carolina held a Raleigh area school board’s feet to the fire over its purported agenda to sexually groom students with LGBTQ propaganda.

Speaking at a Wake County school board meeting Tuesday, Pastor John Amanchukwu blasted the board’s approval of transgender initiatives, warning board members their sins would be judged by God.

“Luke 17:2 says it’s better for a person to have a millstone tied around their neck and be thrown into the sea than for anyone to harm or damage a child,” Amanchukwu began.

“And so the question today to the school board is: only you know whether, or not your role, the policies, the curriculum and the things you allow in this school system in Wake County, only you know whether or not a millstone is tied around your neck.”

“The reality is this: God is going to judge every last one of you for decisions that are made on behalf of children.”

“This past year, we spent $1 million on a ‘diversity office,’ and how did that benefit Black children?” Amanchukwu asked. “How did it benefit children in general? Well, 78% of children in 3rd-8th grade, Black students, are not proficient in math in Wake County.”

“We’re wasting taxpayer dollars putting money towards this diversity office that’s not benefitting those who need it the most.”

The man went on: “As we talk about inclusion and making sure that the trans student feels comfortable and the queer student feels comfortable, what does that have to do with reading, writing and arithmetic?”

“As we are teaching cultural Marxism and grooming children to be the next pervert, we are damaging our kids in this public school system, and it needs to stop.”

It doesn’t take a man of God to figure out the schools should be focused on education rather than woke agendas, but it’s especially important in the wake of the Covid pandemic that majorly disrupted learning for so many students.





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