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Florida Student Expelled After Mom Stands Up To The Pronoun Posse Gender Identity Indoctrination

And to make it worse, not only did the school expel the student, they went after her father as well. 

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis made his beliefs about teaching young children about sexual orientation and gender identity very clear. Passing a law that banned the subject from being taught to some grades, the LGBTQ community deemed it the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. But although it has been some time since it was passed, it appears a 14-year-old girl found herself expelled from a Florida school after her mother spoke out against a gender identity survey given to her daughter. And to make it worse, not only did the school expel the student, they went after her father as well. 

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Once attending Cypress Creek High School, the daughter of Rebecca Yuengling was transferred to Sunlake High School after a complaint was filed about the survey. According to the lawsuit filed on August 5th, both Rebecca and Richard Yuengling are currently suing the Pasco County school board and sheriff’s office after their daughter was expelled without having a chance to appeal. 

The survey in question asked the students their preferred pronouns and if the teachers had permission to use the same pronouns with other teachers and caregivers. While the lawsuit is ongoing, on August 8th, Judge Mary Scriven ruled that the student could return to Cypress Creek High School due to the fact that she was not given due process.

Attorney Jonathan O’Brien stated, “At the hearing, the decision was made to allow the kid to go back to school because there was no due process. The superintendent committed two constitutional violations. One, he retaliated against the mother by going after the kid and removing her from their school. That’s free speech retaliation. Then number two, when the father asked for an appeal, the superintendent incorrectly and illegally said my decision is, quote, final and non-appealable, which is in our papers and it’s exhibited. That also turned out to be false. So the kid is back in school today.”  

Giving her side of the story, Rebecca Yuengling explained how the expulsion caused her daughter emotional distress as she transferred to a new school. “She said to me that she felt like she got taken from her home and her family and moved to a strange place. She knew the one over there. It’s not like the family moves or you change houses and you expect to go to a new school. She didn’t have any of that warning. It was just a letter. I’m sure she’ll say was the roughest patch of her life. For me as her mother, it was definitely the most worried I’ve ever been.”

Giving details on how Richard Yuengling was demoted while working at the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office, O’Brien said, “Not only did the school district go after the kids, they went after the father. We need to get to the bottom of the extent to which the sheriff’s office colluded with the school district to take out the father essentially who was a sheriff’s deputy.”

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Dktampa
Dktampa
1 month ago

Sue the sheriff’s office too. A Pasco jury probably won’t side with the wokesters and they’ll settle before it ever gets that far. But hold out for decision makers at both entities to get fired. Ask them for their preferred pronouns before you identify them in the suit.

unlistedxpat
unlistedxpat
1 month ago

So assuming this isn’t a “Back the Blue” moment? Because the sheriff is a POS?

Asking for a friend

CARL
CARL
1 month ago

The world has gone mad.

catherine
catherine
1 month ago
Reply to  CARL

TOTALLY!

Joan Fredagucci
Joan Fredagucci
1 month ago

These are all tactics used by the NWO. It’s only just beginning…..

HdEnough
HdEnough
1 month ago

Time for Ron Desantis to start firing Teachers and Administrators of all Florida Schools who teach, encourage, and force their BS on our kids. Let’s expel this garbage from our schools once and for all, there is no place for strangers to teach our kids this kind of stuff, that is why American schools are failing, our kids can’t compete in the real world anymore.

Gunny HiWay
Gunny HiWay
1 month ago

We need to END this TRANS/WOKE sickness by force if necessary.

NavVet
NavVet
1 month ago

Where is the governor in all this. Why is he not speaking up for the child and the father? The leaders of the school should all lose their jobs for making their own rules to justify their wrong. The chief in the sheriffs office should also lose his job.

kurt bloom
kurt bloom
1 month ago

The school board should go,the super should be fired, and the popo should be looked into for coelution.

Captain Shays
Captain Shays
1 month ago

Normal Americas need to fight back valiantly aginst this woke mob before we lose our country forever

alexander scipio
alexander scipio
1 month ago

Anyone teaching kids to lie ought just to be taken out, tarred and feathered and taken outta town on a rail. Seriously – if some idiot is clinically insane enough to have a dick and think he’s female, he’s free to do so, but to force others to participate in the insanity, and to teach them to lie about their biologically-driven sexualtiy (no, you can’t “chose” your gender, nor is it “assigned”) is insane. No mature nation would put up with this. Tar, feather, rail, outta town.

tom reynolds
tom reynolds
1 month ago

We need some pervert control.

Joe American
Joe American
1 month ago

Fellow Americans, get your Children out of the public “FOOL” system and into a system that actually teaches.

CrimeTime
CrimeTime
1 month ago

I feel like there is more backstory to this somehow as we do not have anything from the superintendent’s side (we are only getting second hand from the attorney).
While it is possible they would not be able to comment as what happens in schools is protected info, it seems odd a superintendent would single out a single student like this over a parent complaining about a document.
It is possible there are other intrapersonal problems as well that are not being reported.