Just hours after Todd told his audience about State Farm’s plan to provide school children with pro-transgender books, the insurance company reversed its policy. State Farm said conversations about sex and gender should be had at home, not in the classroom. The following is a rush transcript from The Todd Starnes Radio Show – heard daily 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. eastern. Listen to the full show above.
TODD: State Farm is under fire. That’s the insurance people, the good neighbors, they’re being creepy neighbors. State Farm is launching a program that will enlist hundreds of volunteers to pass out LGBTQ themed books to teachers, community centers and libraries. And some of these books are targeting kids as young as kindergarten. It’s part of a new project called The Gender Cool Project.
State Farm says they want to help diversify classroom, community center and library bookshelves with books that will bring clarity and understanding to the national conversation about being transgender, inclusive and non-binary. A whistle blower sent consumers research an email that said and this went out to all State Farm agents in Florida. Quote, The project’s goal is to increase representation of LGBTQ books and support out communities in having challenging, important and empowering conversations with children ages five plus. So State Farm and we go this goes back to something we talk about all the time with our friend Art Ally, who is founder of the Timothy Plan.
BREAKING: @StateFarm sent out a mass email to their staff today stating “we will no longer support that program” after they were exposed for supporting a project to push LGBTQ books into schools.— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) May 23, 2022
A source tells me “the agents were really upset when we found out.” W pic.twitter.com/55P1QJ0oLa
If you are supporting organizations like State Farm, then your money that you’re giving to State Farm is being used to buy these kinds of books. And to support this this kind of grooming. And I got a problem with that. I hope you have a problem with that. Nationwide, approximately 550 State Farm agents and employees will have the opportunity to donate a three book bundle to their local teacher, community center or library of their choice. In other words, this could very well be happening in your town, in your community. We don’t know where the 550 State Farm agents are. I wonder what would have happened. I wonder what would have happened if the State Farm agents, somebody came up in let’s say you’re a State Farm agent and you wanted to give out a Bible story book to the teachers or the community centers. How do you think State Farm would have reacted that?
The three book bundle is part of the gender cool collection in the book NON-BINARY That’s the name of the book Nonbinary. A character named Gia is introduced to young readers as a transgender girl who uses she her pronouns. Quote When you’re born, a doctor looks at you and says, It’s a boy, or it’s a girl based on your body. But gender isn’t that simple. You see, when I was born, the doctor said, It’s a boy. But that wasn’t true. I mean, if you’re five years old and reading this kind of crap, you’re going to get pretty confused. And that’s the whole point. They want confusion. Quote, Gender is how you feel in your heart and mind, but it may not match what the doctor says when you are born. The book reads. And this is what State Farm is warning your five year old child to read Beyond State Farm Gender School has many other major American companies as partners.
I want you to hear these. And again, what you do with your money is your hard earned money is your business. But you need to know that if you’re supporting if you’re supporting these organizations, you’re supporting this grooming and indoctrination. And that’s what it is. I mean, if you’re telling a four or five year old kid that doctors can’t tell the difference between male and female, that’s indoctrination. So the following companies are involved in this project. Dell That’s the computer people. Nike. NBC Universal. Adobe. General Mills. Capital One. HP Bank of America Bear. Prudential, Oracle, USDA and all state. Unbelievable. But this is what’s happening and it’s pretty disgusting. The nation’s oldest consumer protection agency is launching a campaign advertisement targeting State Farm for its progressive corporate activism. Instead of their iconic like a good neighbor, State Farm is there, the video ad reads like a creepy neighbor.