Steve Schneider, Jason Steve, Canelo Valley discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show


Thank you. And Steve Schneider, who is a great American, and we're honored to have all of you guys and kind of talk about something important that is local in our focus, but national in nature. Absolutely. And so however you guys want to take it, rob, do you want to start? And then we can kind of, let me do my best to frame it. And then I know Jason Steve will be able to add all kinds of insight to it. In our community, the kineto unified school districts, there's two newspapers in the Canelo valley where I reside. And as this Bryce and Steve, these two newspapers, one is the guardian, the other, is the acorn. The guardian did a paper, did an article called third grade teacher promotes gender confusion in the classroom. And it was an article writing on behalf of Steve Schneider, who's on the program with us. Who was standing in defense of his third great daughter, who was told by the teacher to now these are the new pronouns of this fellow student in your class, and this is a book I want to read to you on transgender. And then expose the children to a video without parental permission. Steve took issue with at the kineto guardian on his behalf, wrote a very, very clear and concise article, everything and it was true. Good reporting, the acorn, which is a defender of what I would say that California teachers association and the district itself took great offense to it. Then the news channels came out CBS. They did a whole thing on it. And then there was graffiti at that elementary school and they blamed Steve Schneider for it. The police came to his house. He'll tell you more about that. He wasn't even there, so it was crazy. I'm wondering if they're going to arrest the people that said they witnessed him doing it, which is why the police searched his home to begin filing a false police report. Exactly. And so we've had people show up in the school board meetings. They've been dismissed. They've just been relegated. This is the other one. The superintendent of schools wrote a letter to every parent in the district, blaming the newspaper, The Guardian, and saying we were the ones responsible for the graffiti. And then Joe kirkpatrick, who is the kilpatrick. He's the one who is the editor for this guardian, wrote a great response, and so that's where we are. And tonight, there's a school board meeting. And tonight being June 21st for whatever it is. But it's going to go on beyond that. Of course, we're just going to keep fighting this. So that's the outline, let these guys tell you more about it. Bryson Steve, you guys take it how you want and we'll let you take it from there. Yeah, so let me just add one thing because the book is called call me max. And the book, the kind of underlying premise of it is this kid has got gender confusion and one of the lines in it is that your parents guessed at your gender and they guessed wrong. And so a lot of this has to do with the parental side of it. And I want Steve to really weigh in on that because they completely ignored his concerns and Steve talked about that a little bit. You know, there was no communication between the school and me at all, not even afterwards when they sent her home with that day. We found out from my daughter who's 8 years old. And she clearly had questions, we didn't know how to answer that. It was, you know, I was blindsided. I'm sure everyone could agree that a parent should be included in these types of matters. Outside of reading writing arithmetic, we got to know ahead of time. And that's what this is about. Parental rights. So let me just make sure that I'm tracking with this. So you have a third grader who is either 9 or ten or 11 from 8 8. Okay, got.

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