Dad slams poisonous schools after finding adult content in public libraries

A dad has slammed "poisonous" schools for not protecting children after he found pornographic material in books in a school library.

Father Bruce Friedman says he had his microphone cut off by education bosses when he read out snippets of the "harmful" content to a school board meeting.

Mr Friedman, who is the Florida chapter president of No Left Turn in Education, which works to “restore parental function in public education,” claims to have been silenced during the Clay County School District board meeting as he read from a book he found at Fleming Island High School, Fox News reported.

He started reading out snippets of pornography from a book he found on the shelves of the school library when he says his microphone was cut off.

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He told Fox News: "Somebody failed drastically in their mission to protect children.

“As soon as I announced that I was going to read some books that parents – myself and others – found in the public school libraries that are clearly pornographic, [they] had the mic cut off.”

Mr Friedman believes the response was an “admission” by district officials that such pornographic materials exist in schools.

One of the books cited by Mr Friedman at the meeting was “Lucky” by author Alice Sebold, which involves a college girl who was raped and includes details of the harrowing attack.

The district’s online software for Fleming Island High School and Orange Park High School includes the book, Fox News reported.

As he spoke one board member told Mr Friedman: “I’m going to stop you right there, sir. Turn off his microphone.”

The concerned father was then told he wouldn’t be allowed to read “pornography” during the publicly-broadcast meeting since it violated federal and state laws, according to the report.

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Mr Friedman approached the school board members while carrying a poster he created to make his case.

He believes his 15-year-old son, who previously attended school in New York, is being negatively impacted by the “poison” curriculum in the Sunshine State.

He added: “I sent my son to New York … public school for kindergarten and first grade – they did considerable harm to my boy.

“That is why I’m here – I never shook it off. I never stopped fighting. We got him into a private school promptly after first grade, but the damage was done. It took five years, in my opinion, to put him back on the right track.”

The school board has not responded to a message seeking comment, Fox News reported.

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