The Asbury Park Press reports:
Barnegat Mayor Alfonso Cirulli launched a campaign Tuesday to fight a New Jersey law that brings an LGBT curriculum into schools and urged residents to join his fight. During the Tuesday morning meeting of the Township Committee, Cirulli, a 60-year-old former assistant principal, said it was his duty to protect residents and called the LGBT political movement “an affront to almighty God.”
During his opening remarks, he urged residents to pressure Gov. Phil Murphy and the state Legislature to reverse a measure signed into law on Jan. 31. The law requires middle and high school curriculums include instruction on the political, economic and social contributions of people with disabilities or who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. The law would apply to the 2020-2021 school year.
Cirulli’s Facebook page is full of the usual anti-Obama, anti-Hillary, anti-LGBT propaganda. He is also part of a New Jersey campaign against recreational pot.
Mayor Alfonso Cirulli claimed the LGBTQ political movement is “an affront to almighty God,” according to reports. https://t.co/TyqlT9Gq1r
— Barnegat Patch (@BarnegatPatch) August 7, 2019