North Carolina U.S. House Candidate Don Davis Voted to Let Predators Victimize Children with Sexual Propaganda in the Classroom

State senator Don Davis, a Democrat, is challenging MAGA favorite Sandy Smith, a Republican, for North Carolina’s new 1st Congressional District seat in the U.S. House.

Davis is fashioning himself as a conservative-leaning Democrat in order to win voters and avoid being swept away by the upcoming “Red Wave” in November, but one key vote highlights Davis’ radicalism and embrace of left-wing insanity.

Davis voted against House Bill 755 (H755), dubbed the Parents’ Bill of Rights, written to give parents recourse to push back against predators grooming children in the classroom. The legislation permits mothers and fathers to “direct the upbringing and moral or religious training of his or her child” and to “make health care decisions” for their children.

The bill also prevents LGBT perverts from grooming young children in the classroom. It states that “instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity shall not be included in the curriculum provided in grades kindergarten through third grade.”

This no-brainer legislation passed through the state house by a 66-50 vote and then through the state senate by a 28-18 vote. Davis was one of the individuals who shamefully voted against this bill to shield children from predators.

Big League Politics has reported on the rise of LGBT grooming as predators feel emboldened to advance upon children:

A whistleblower has exposed how teachers and administrators in public schools are plotting to set-up “Rainbow Clubs” or Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) groups order to groom children and indoctrinate them into the LGBT agenda.

The whistleblower, a self-described “reformed” social justice warrior named Christina Buttons, infiltrated a webinar in which LGBT educators and advocates plotted the best ways to target children and warp their souls without their parents being able to realize what happened until it is too late.

“Something I do say to students…in my class and then quickly go into the other 5th grader classes and say, just so you know it’s completely your option if you want to come or not, umm, but I told them I don’t ever tell anyone else who came except for the other two 5th grade teachers, so I would never tell their adults…just to make sure that any of them who are potentially nervous would at least feel assuaged in that way,” one of the predators said as they shared their grooming techniques with other teachers.