Minnesota Students Turn Out To Protest As Pro-Bullying Hate Group Is Allowed To Address Local School Board

The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports:

More than 100 protesters at the high school here Monday chanted messages supporting the LGBTQ community and turned their backs on school board presenters who shared the “other side” of recent conversations on equity.

The Child Protection League describes itself as an organization committed to protecting children from exploitation and indoctrination. Barb Anderson helped form the group, along with the Parents Action League, which was designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

GLAAD, an LGBTQ advocacy organization, also lists Anderson on an anti-LGBT watchlist for saying LGBTQ anti-bullying efforts are the “pied piper of perversion” and affirm sexual disorders.

Read the full article. Speaking to the school board was Child Protection League board chair Julia Quist [photo], a former staffer for Michele Bachmann. Watch the clip!