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JACKSONVILLE, Florida–Florida State Rep. Charles Van Zant (R) is beginning to look like an oracle, as his warnings about Common Core standardized testing are proving to be true. Thousands of children across the nation who participated in Common Core during the past school year are coming out as bright young homosexuals.
Earlier this year, Van Zant told the Operation Education Conference in Orlando that Common Core was promoting a gay lifestyle to the nation’s children. But nobody listened.
“People said I was a quack,” Van Zant says, “They called me a right wing nut job. Who’s laughing now? Hollywood and Barney Frank, that’s who.”
Initial estimates suggest that as many as 60% of students who participated in Common Core have gone gay, many overnight. But experts fear that some are just transitioning a little slower.
“Some kids are a little more decisive than others,” says Raymond Johnson of Biblical Concepts Ministries, “Choosing one’s sexual orientation can be a difficult decision. I know it was for me. But the materials in Common Core are coercing students in the direction of homosexuality.”
Johnson says the difficulty of the Common Core tests is the primary culprit in promoting the gay agenda, calling it “common knowledge that the smartest kids in school are usually the gay kids.” Johnson believes the increased studying time students must devote in order to pass the Common Core standards is leading them down a lifelong path of debauchery.
“The Common Core standards are tough,” says Johnson, “Tough enough to turn a straight kid gay. The next thing you know, we’re going to see gay kids playing football.”