Rappahannock News

Youngkin’s school ‘divisive practices’ hotline a joke


Governor Youngkin’s new anti-divisivene­ss hotline has been so busy that I haven’t been able to get through. So I’m writing to warn about a divisive book we need to watch out for. I haven’t read it myself, but I’ve heard about it.

First there’s a character named Noah. The dude is obsessed with climate change. Wastes all the town’s wood to build a boat that is totally unnecessar­y.

Then there’s a sadist named Abraham who ties up his son, tosses him on a pile of kindling and holds a dagger to the boy’s throat. Yikes. No way our children should be exposed to such violence.

Here’s the worst part: there’s this smart-aleck woke carpenter who wants to, like, turn the world upside down. He goes around knocking over tables and making punchy remarks like: “I am come to set a man at variance with his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law.”

Did I mention sex? This book features gang rape, incest, adultery, erotic poetry – the works.

If you hear of anyone owning or, worse, teaching from this book, report them immediatel­y to the state authoritie­s. Above all, don’t let your kids read it!

Scott McBride Sperryvill­e

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