Louisiana AG To Keep Satan From Sitting In Libraries

Via email from hate group leader Tony Perkins:

“Porn disguised as education.” That’s how parents are describing the flood of graphic books dotting shelves across America’s libraries and schools. Thanks to wide-scale investigations in states like Florida, moms and dads are finally getting a full picture of the amount of filth available to their children.

This is “an absolute battle between good and evil,” Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry (R) told a group of pastors in Baton Rouge on Friday.

At the gathering, hosted by Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, the state’s top law enforcer agreed that the parents who are storming school board meetings have plenty to be upset about.

“Evil and the devil doubled down,” Landry insisted, pointing to the incredible victory for life when the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade last June. “Now that [the Left] can’t stain those children before they’re born … they’re working on them while they’re alive.”

The First Amendment may protect a book’s right to be on those library shelves, Landry explained, but that doesn’t mean anyone should have “unfettered access to [it].” At the end of the day, the attorney general argued, “Our libraries are not a place for Satan to sit. Those libraries belong to you.

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