NJ mom reported by military official for post objecting to ‘polysexual’ poster at child’s school: lawsuit
New Jersey Mom She is suing after a top US military official reportedly raised a safety concern after complaining about sexually suggestive posters at her children’s elementary school.
Angela Redding, a mother of two who served as a member of the Northern Burlington Board of Education. Make headlines in December. Lt. Col. Christopher Schilling of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst reported it to local police after he saw parents in a local Facebook group posting posters promoting polysexuality at the entrance of his 7-year-old school. informed about
“The current situation involving Ms. Redding’s actions has caused safety concerns for many families,” Schilling wrote on his personal Facebook at the time.
“Give Joint Base Leadership takes this situation very seriously and since the beginning security forces have had to work closely with multiple state and local law enforcement agencies to ensure the continued safety of the entire community.
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The Reading CaseThe suit, filed March 15 in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey by her attorney at the Thomas Moore Society, alleges Redding was treated unfairly and violated her civil rights. went
I A statement provided to Fox News DigitalChristopher Ferreira, special counsel for the Thomas More Society, noted that in November 2022 Redding “shared how she had attended an elementary school ‘math night’ the previous evening with her seven-year-old daughter, who asked her mother what ‘polysexual’ meant after reading LBGT-affirming posters in the school entrance.”
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“Mrs. Redding simply questioned why elementary school children were being invited to research the topic of sexuality, noting that it was not in the state’s educational standards nor in the Board of Education’s approved curriculum.” Ferreira added.
The lawsuit also claims that the North Hanover Township police chief pressured Redding along with military personnel from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Remove his Facebook post.
The suit further claims that the defendants falsely portrayed Redding as a “security threat” and in an attempt to retaliate against him and intimidate various law enforcement agencies and security agencies. Reported.
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The lawsuit claimed that “Defendants conspired and conspired with each other to deprive Mrs. Redding of her rights, including those protected by the United States and New Jersey Constitutions, as well as other laws.”