Biden Admin To help Sue Schools Who Don't Comply With Woke Rules

Written By BlabberBuzz | Saturday, 21 August 2021 02:15

President Joe Biden’s deputies are offering to help children sue K-12 schools if they fail to uphold pro-transgender policies.

“We have many federal government resources for you,” said Suzanne Goldberg, acting assistant secretary for the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights. “If you face discrimination or harassment at school because you are transgender, you can file a complaint with the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights.”

Officials from the Departments of Justice, Education, and Health and Human Services spoke in the video entitled “Federal Government Back-to-School Address to Transgender Students.”

“If you face discrimination or harassment at school because you are transgender, you can file a complaint with the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights,” Goldberg noted, adding the website addresses and information about other resources. Clarke said in the video:

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I’m Kristen Clarke, the assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division in the U.S. Department of Justice,” “We know that many school administrators and educators are doing their best to make school safe and welcoming places for all students, including LGBTQI students.

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We appreciate the work they do. But we also know that that’s not the reality for all transgender students, including perhaps some of you. In some places people in positions of authority are putting up obstacles that would keep you from playing on the sports field, accessing the bathroom, and receiving the supportive and life saving care you may need. We’re here to say, that’s wrong. And it’s against the law.

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Dr. Rachel Levine, who is living as a transgender woman and was picked by Biden to be assistant secretary of health at HHS, also encouraged students to stand up against what she said is commonplace bullying in schools:

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We know at the United States Department of Health and Human Services that learning environments, free from bullying and harassment are vital to making sure that all students flourish, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. It is critical to support trans youth, their parents and families to help them achieve the good health and well being that everyone deserves.

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Both Levine and Clarke were controversial picks, with Clarke getting questions during her confirmation hearing about her past anti-police remarks.

Fox News reported on the hearing:

Clarke also has a history of making highly controversial statements, including a 2020 Newsweek op-ed headlined: “I Prosecuted Police Killings. Defund the Police—But Be Strategic.” Clarke said in a hearing before the Judiciary Committee that she did not actually mean to say police should be defunded in that op-ed, despite the fact the text of the op-ed said, “We must invest less in police” three separate times.

Sen. Ted Cruz. R-Texas, slammed Clarke before the Thursday vote. He said that Clarke is among “the most radical nominees that have ever been put forward to any position in the federal government.”

“We stand behind you and I’m ready to act, to defend your rights,” Clarke said.

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