An influential preacher, author and activist who spread's God's truth zealously and without fear, Rev. John Amanchukwu has had enough with what's going on in the public school system.
In recently addressing a school board meeting in Asheville, North Carolina, Amanchukwu began reading from Robbie H. Harris' book, "It's Perfectly Normal: Changing Bodies, Growing Up, Sex, Gender and Sexual Health."
The book says it's the third book in the Family Library series. Family book? Really? Amanchukwu isn't buying it.
Editor's Note: Most of the inappropriate language in the pastor's video has been bleeped out, but some was not. Please use discretion when viewing, but the point the pastor is making is a blatant one. There are no expletives, but please do not watch if easily offended.
After the chair of the school board finally gets Amanchukwu to stop reading from the book—but not before the pastor made his point—Amanchukwu, in this video posting on Twitter, goes on the attack and justly calls out the groomers.
"Was it something I said?" the pastor asks. "If you don't want to hear it in a school board meeting, why should children be able to check it out of the school system?
"We have perverts that are perverting our kids," Amanchukwu says. "And you all sit back smug in your chairs, but you don't want me to read it. Why? Does it bother you? Yes or no? You can't answer that question. You want to know why? Because, politically speaking, you can't say that it's wrong. And you don't want me to read the filth because it exposes the truth!
"How dare you tell me to stop reading it?" he asks. "If you don't want to hear it, why should the children have to see it?"
The school board chair promptly reminds Amanchukwu that his time is up, to which he replies: "That makes two of us!"
Fox News interviewed Amanchukwu this week. This what he said about his latest viral confrontation:
"This is a book described as a sexual health guide for families, but it's 'hardcore porn' that 'glorifies masturbation while speaking against religion.'"
"This book is used as a tool to create what I call mental rape in the hearts and the minds of children," Amanchukwu said. "We are robbing kids of their innocence in America as we allow diversity, inclusion and equity to dominate our schools. And so many of our librarians are bringing this kind of material into the public school system because they believe that children need to see themselves on the shelf.
"I don't believe that this is perfectly normal. I believe that this is perfectly perverted and it needs to stop," he continued.
"Parents, you can't let your guard down for one second," Amanchukwu warned. "There are sexually evil and corrupt and deviant, perverted people who believe that this is OK, and so this is how it works. They bring the pornography into the school system. They bring in these gender theory and quit the books, and the parents don't know it's there."
"It remains there, and then when parents are told that is there and the parents have to go through 10-step processes to get the books removed," he continued. "This is sinister. It's criminal. It's child abuse."
This isn't the first time Amanchukwu has gone viral. He also confronted the school board for its promotion of racist and Marxist critical race theory in schools.
In an interview with Tucker Carlson a couple of years back, he described his activism against the racist, Marxist, groomer perverts in the public schools.
In a recent column for Fox News, Amanchukwu wrote:
So why is student achievement continuing to slip, going hand-in-hand with a precipitous rise in violence both in and out of classrooms?
One big reason is that schools have stopped teaching hard skills like reading and math and are instead peddling left-wing grievance politics like critical race theory and radical gender theory. CRT teaches kids—especially Black kids—that racial minorities are marginalized in this country, and that lashing out in acts of violence and looting are ways of "leveling the playing field.
Amanchukwu has taken action and prompts parents to do the same.
"We also need to purge our schools of the divisive ideologies that are seeding resentment and self-loathing in our young people," he says. "Groups like 1776 Action, which I am proud to work alongside, are doing heroic work to achieve this goal, and their Parent Power Pledge is helping voters know which politicians will fight for change once elected.
"As I have seen in my own ministry and outreach, there is hope for the future," Amanchukwu says. "With the right approach, we can still save many young people from destroying themselves and their communities. But it's going to take bold leadership, accountability for failing officials and a commitment to education, not indoctrination, in our schools."
Shawn A. Akers is the online editor at Charisma Media.
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