Disgusting Tramp Miley Cyrus Blocked From Abusing First Graders
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate hails school district for blocking singer Miley Cyrus from corrupting first grade children in the Wisconsin school district. Delgaudio said: "Miley Cyrus promotes homosexual propaganda and in her "Rainbow" song promotes sodomy. She should not be allowed near children in public schools."
Public Advocate urges supporters to call and thank the Superintendent of schools Dr. James Sebert for protecting the innocence of young children from Tramps like Miley Cyrus.
CONTACT by Phone Superintendent Sebert: 262-970-1012.
Or email: [email protected]
(From the Los Angeles Times)
"Rainbowland," a song by Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus that celebrates acceptance, was recently banned from a spring concert set list at a Wisconsin elementary school.
Sarah Schindler's first-grade daughter came home from school last week, eager to show her mom the songs she'd be performing in the spring concert. She pulled up the songs on YouTube, Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World," Kermit the Frog's "Rainbow Connection" from "The Muppet Movie," and a song she'd never heard before - "Rainbowland," by Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus.
But a few days ago, her daughter returned home from school, and as soon as she walked through the door, she broke the news. "We can't sing it anymore. We can't sing 'Rainbow Connection' and we can't sing 'Rainbowland.'"
................Schindler promptly reached out to Melissa Tempel, her daughter's teacher, as well as the principal of the school, and phoned the school district superintendent. She was told the administration had nixed the songs, deeming them controversial.
(Leftist victim admits) "I know, Miley Cyrus kind of has a past, in the spotlight with, you know, talking about drug use, and sexuality, and all of that," she said. "And Dolly Parton supports drag queens, and you know, that's another thing going about in our country these days.............
The Times reached out to Waukesha school district Superintendent James Sebert for comment, but he did not immediately respond, " reported Arcamax from the LA Times.