Harvey Milk Day Promotes Homosexual Agenda, Targets Schoolchildren
Schools in California and some other parts of the country will turn over the education process to the indoctrination of children into acceptance of homosexuality as Harvey Milk Day is celebrated on May 22.
The law was signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger designating the day to commemorate the life of former San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, who was the first openly gay man to win elected office. If you’re familiar with San Francisco politics, you know it’s been all downhill since then.
While the law doesn’t require schools to participate, many of them have previously and are expected to again this year. Promoters tout this “learning opportunity” as a chance to teach students all about the great contributions to society made by Milk before he was shot in City Hall, along with Mayor George Moscone, whom no one seems to remember.
Milk helped pass a law prohibiting discrimination against gays in housing and employment, then he defeated a law that would have kept gays from teaching at public schools, and he pushed for hiring more gay police officers.
As you can see, he was not a one-track politician.