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Jesus may be the Reason for the Season but he is not welcome in the Coronado Public Library in California.
Parents say their efforts to get the library to host a Christmas-themed story time were rebuffed by librarians at the taxpayer-funded facility.
Rachel Racz, the founder of Tiny Patriots Story Time, contends in an interview with Fox News that the library has hosted previous events that promoted Gay Pride Month and exposed children to pornographic content.
So if Gay Pride stories are permitted, why not Christmas stories? And why did the library sponsor a Hanukkah story time but not a Christmas story time?
That question, posed on the library’s Facebook page, sparked the controversy.
“Will there be a Christmas story time about the birth of baby Jesus,” a library patron asked.
In response, the library said there would be a “Santa Storytime.”
That’s when the library dropped their bombshell explanation.
“The Library as a government agency does not do nor is it allowed to do religious programming,” the Coronado Public Library said. “The Hanukkah storytime is not a religious storytime – it is about the culture and traditions of Hanukkah. Just as Santa is a cultural not religious figure.”
There’s a very quick way to remedy this matter — pull every single penny of federal and state tax money this library receives. There’s a price to pay for discriminating against Christians.
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