A conservative organization says "safe schools czar" Kevin Jennings was once a member of a radical "bullying" homosexual activist group.
Calls are mounting for the removal of Kevin Jennings, President Obama's assistant deputy secretary of the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools in the Department of Education. Jennings' opponents contend that the founder of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) has no business being in that position after he publicly admitted that he was aware of the sexual abuse of an underage boy by an adult and did nothing to stop it many years ago. As a matter of fact, according to his book, Jennings encouraged the predatory sexual relationship.
According to Brian Camenker of the pro-family group MassResistance, another fact has surfaced regarding the GLSEN founder. Camenker says Jennings was once a member of Act Up -- a "radical homosexual group" he says "profaned churches, vandalized homes and businesses, and disrupted public events." In addition, he points out that Harvard University is thanking Jennings for providing a grant to help fund a recently opened Act Up exhibit on campus.
"[The exhibit] involves anti-Catholic bigotry, clear examples in anybody's opinion of child pornography...and various sexual perversions," says the Massachusetts family advocate.
Camenker notes it is hard to believe that Harvard is thanking Jennings for helping with the exhibit. He adds that Act Up has been known to participate in perverse activities in Catholic churches, and they have also been known to terrorize office buildings.
At least one member of Congress and several pro-family groups have called for Jennings' resignation. (See earlier article)