Residents of a Texas city are waiting to see if the local public library truly listened to their concerns regarding the promotion of the homosexual agenda.

After parents discovered that the public library in Temple, Texas had set up a pro-LGBTQ lifestyle display in the children’s section, local resident Joe Goodson of Concerned Christian Citizens met with library officials. He posed that if they were going to promote that lifestyle, then they should also have a display of books that might help individuals leave that lifestyle behind. At the quarterly board meeting, 40-50 residents showed up, and 80 percent of them delivered a message:

“That is a political agenda that doesn’t apply to our town, and we really don’t want you to do this again,” Goodson reports.

Residents of a Texas city are waiting to see if the local public library truly listened to their concerns regarding the promotion of the homosexual agenda.

After parents discovered that the public library in Temple, Texas had set up a pro-LGBTQ lifestyle display in the children’s section, local resident Joe Goodson of Concerned Christian Citizens met with library officials. He posed that if they were going to promote that lifestyle, then they should also have a display of books that might help individuals leave that lifestyle behind. At the quarterly board meeting, 40-50 residents showed up, and 80 percent of them delivered a message:

“That is a political agenda that doesn’t apply to our town, and we really don’t want you to do this again,” Goodson reports.

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