With the country still in crisis and nearly all public schools still closed out of concern for the safety of both students and staff, many parents remaining sheltered with their kids have had to do their best to become ersatz instructors during the day. It’s a sometimes disturbing and nerve-wracking position, but in America, it’s one our proud parents have taken to heart and garnered a lot of respect for. Except for Skyler Palma of Baggerland, Colorado.
You see, Colorado is what’s known commonly as a “Socialized Secular Region”, in which, it is the law that any instruction between a teacher and a student, even if they are related and it’s a homeschooling situation, to be considered as valid law-required public schooling must NOT contain any religious instruction whatsoever. That’s right – to be considered educated, you have to deny Jesus.
Baggerland Deputy Fee Enforcement officer Joe Barron described the infraction.
“We had received an anonymous tip from Mrs. Palma’s next-door neighbor Calvin Hobbs that he had been hearing the woman tell her young son Englebert about endangered species during a supposed science lesson. She had reportedly told the child that some animals were dying out because Jesus had become sick and tired of feeding them. She somehow tied that in to Bill Gates creating ball bearing sex-spy cameras to put in vaccines. I visited the residence, kicked over the inevitable Trump 2020 yard sign on her lawn, defecated on it, set it on fire, and fined her $70,000. It was a pretty standard restitutional visit.”
When the education is forced to take place in the home, should it still have to conform to public standards in order to protect many children from parents who might be mentally deficient trumptards passing their affliction to their brood? Or should anything go, because this is America, dammit? Maybe we should stop making Jesus weep for a change.