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December 21, 2023
ABC News finds sick new way to attack Speaker Johnson's Christianity: not wanting his 13-year-old daughter to have sex
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When Congressman Mike Johnson became Speaker of the House Johnson, the Left, and the media (but I repeat myself) had a dilemma. There was no one thing for them to demonize him on. He is a basic conservative who believes things that basic conservatives believe. The same basic conservatives that makeup half of America.
So the media settled on attacking him for being a Christian. And now they are dragging his daughter into it.
He's been attacked for saying his faith guides him. He's been attacked for being anti-pornography (we'll circle back to that). Now he is being attacked for attending a "purity ball" with his then thirteen-year-old daughter, where she promised not to have sex before marriage. This, according to a "newly uncovered" video from 2015.
Note: "Newly uncovered" is journalismer speak for when a progressive PR firm sends a journalismer a link and tells them to create content about it.
The German news segment documented Johnson and his family preparing for and then attending a purity ball, a controversial formal dance event, popular among some conservative Christians, that gained notoriety in the early 2000s. At a typical event, fathers and their teenage daughters dress in formal ball attire for a night that involves dinner and dancing and culminates with the daughter signing a pledge to her father to abstain from dating and to remain sexually abstinent until marriage.
Here's the thing: I'm not a religious person. I believe in God, but the different secs arguing over who has the best rules to get to the same place always seemed silly to me. So I come at this as someone who is not of the culture. Okay? Okay.
ABC News (and the media as a whole) think it's weird that a father would not want his tween to have sex. Other parents just expect their tweens not to. Johnson was part of a group that organizes a party around it. But at the end of the day, that's what this is about. Having your kid pledge not to have sex before marriage is something the media finds weird enough that they created content attacking Johnson over it.
This same media does NOT find it weird for your thirteen-year-old daughter to be taught about tasting her vagina slime, the proper techniques of giving a "handy," or be shown graphic play-by-plays of two dudes f*cking in public school. You and me and Speaker Johnson are all -phobes for thinking THAT'S inappropriate.
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