In Florida, a Christian school has refused to back down from the LGBTQ mob, despite receiving death threats in the wake of its policies regarding transgenderism and LGBTQ students.
The school had issued a statement declaring that students would not be referred to by any other sex other than the sex they were assigned at birth. Moreover, the school also added that LGBTQ students would be asked to leave.
Barry McKeen, who serves as the administrator for Grace Christian School, informed parents in an email that the school stands firmly against all the norms that the LGBTQ mob is attempting to instill throughout society.
“We believe that any form of homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality, transgender identity/lifestyle, self-identification, bestiality, incest, fornication, adultery and pornography are sinful in the sight of God and the church,” McKeen wrote to parents in an email, which has been obtained by the Daily Mail.
After NBC News publicized his email, McKeen began to receive predictable death threats from the LGBTQ mob, which appears to consider violence its first and only recourse of action.
McKeen, however, is flummoxed, given that the school policies he wrote to parents about have been in place for multiple decades.
“We have had these policies in our school since Day No. 1 in the early 1970s. This is not new,” McKeen remarked in a video uploaded to Facebook.
“It’s also true [that] Grace Christian is one of many, many schools in the state of Florida that are Christian schools,” McKeen continued, “and almost every Christian school has such a policy.”
The school administrator continued on to remark that he was unsure as to why his school was singled out by the LGBTQ mob for death threats, noting that he was certainly not “looking for attention.”
Regardless, McKeen refuses to back down to the LGBTQ mob.
“I’m also not going to cower from it, and I’m not going to backpedal,” the school administrator declared.