Oklahoma dad Riley Flack wants GOP wins so ‘cowards’ can’t stock school libraries with explicit content

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that The Oklahoma parent who spoke Earlier in 2022 about sexually explicit content in his child’s school library, he told Fox News why it was important to elect Republican officials who would end the practice.

On “Jesse Watters Primetime,” host Jesse Watters played a segment of Riley Flack reading a candid “graphic novel” out loud in public school board meetingso much so that it had to be recited to a whistling sound for Fox News viewers.

Flack told Watters Friday that the problem is rooted in allowing either “cowards on the school board or educators” in official positions.

“I don’t know which is which,” Flack said, citing Republican Governor Kevin Stitt.

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Children’s books that struggle to survive in public schools because of their LGBTQ content are displayed at the annual Pride Town Hall at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland, May 21, 2022 (Photo by Astrid Reken for The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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State versus Democrat Joy Hofmeister, current superintendent of public education.

Additionally, Flack said he wants State to require the Oklahoma legislature to draft provisions that would withdraw such explicit literature from elementary schools.

“This cannot continue,” he said.

Flack recounted his experience in front of the school board, he said members would not look at him.

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He said, “I had to fight them to get the boys out of my daughter’s bathroom, and we got it done. So we had a date, and they don’t like it when I show up.”

in Previous interview with Fox NewsFlack recounted fighting the issue, saying, “It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know what kind of problems might come from a particular policy like this.”

Referring to cases of sexual assault in Loudoun County, Virginia, Flack said that “there is no reason why a boy should be allowed in a public school girls’ bathroom, especially in the sixth grade, at the age of 12.”

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Library bookshelves are reflected in the Newfield Elementary School media center on August 31, 2020 in Stamford, Connecticut.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Library bookshelves are reflected in the Newfield Elementary School media center on August 31, 2020 in Stamford, Connecticut. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

“These children are not able to tie their shoes in some cases, let alone identify their gender,” he continued.

Flack also said he believes schools are “derailed” on many issues today and that the policy “increases the risk of a bathroom problem with assault or otherwise.”

Houston Keane of Fox News contributed to this report.

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