Instead of teaching economics, which is his area of expertise, a teacher named Johnson “Jay” McDowell promoted homosexuality in his classroom. The student has filed a complaint against his teacher because he was subjected to the teacher’s “bullying.”
The Catholic student was asked a question on homosexuality and answered with his opinion, which consisted of a biblically based perspective.
From WND: Richard Thomas of the Thomas More Law Center stated, “Rather than teach the required economics curriculum for which he is paid, McDowell, with the full knowledge of school officials, used his position of authority to promote his homosexual agenda at taxpayers’ expense.”
“This case points out the outrageous way in which homosexual activists have turned our public schools into indoctrination centers, and are seeking to eradicate all religious and moral opposition to their agenda,” he said.
The teacher, Johnson McDowell, ordered a student to remove a Confederate flag buckle because he considered it to be “offensive”. Daniel Glowacki, a student pointed out the hypocrisy of the situation: “that the teacher is able to promote a message that might be considered offensive to students but students aren’t allowed to wear clothing that expresses a message that is offensive to the teacher.”
The teacher asked Glowacki about his feelings on homosexuality. He responded that as a Catholic he was offended by the lifestyle choice.
Apparently the student was ordered to leave the classroom with the threat of suspension hanging over his head. Homosexual activists called Glowacki’s religious opinions “hate”.
First of all, the teacher is paid to teach economics so there was no reason for him to even broach the subject of homosexuality. Second, it is obvious that the teacher only allows one opinion in his classroom, and that has to be aligned with his opinion. Third, for him to punish a student for answering the question he asked is hateful, intolerant, bigoted, childish, and disrespectful. The hostility toward traditional Christians views is apparent also. We must continue fighting against Christianophobia.