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DeSantis Kicks Off Presidential Campaign Tour With Claim Teachers Are ‘Forcing’ Students to Pick Pronouns
READ MORE: ‘Will Make a Great Trial Witness’: Experts Thrilled Jack Smith Is Investigating Trump’s Firing of Election Security ExpertWhile DeSantis is insistent that teachers are forcing very young students to pick pronouns, NCRM found no news reports supporting that claim.We did find several news reports of teachers suing for not wanting to use a child’s preferred pronoun, which are issues for the courts.We did find one report of a teacher who allegedly insisted on calling a 9-year old girl who identifies as a girl a boy, and the parents are suing.News12 on Long Island, New York in March reported, “the lawyer representing the girl’s family…says the student was bullied and had suicidal feelings.”“She says the teacher told the student to ‘try being gay.’ The teacher is also accused of calling the girl a male name. ‘The teacher had some kind of agenda to have these students have alternate sexual preferences or gender identities they may or may not have had,'” the attorney said.READ MORE: ‘It Has to Be Done’: These Are the House Republicans Open to Firing Kevin McCarthy as SpeakerIn April, Colorado’s KRDO reported, “During the last Colorado Springs School District 11’s board meeting, officials tabled a controversial pronoun policy that would prevent educators from asking students their preferred pronouns.
Rapper Fetty Wap sentenced to six years behind bars in NY drug case
part in a bi-coastal drug ring.The hip-hop star — whose real name is Willie Junior Maxwell II — and five others were accused of driving to Long Island about six times in the spring of 2020 and buying kilograms of cocaine that was then sold in New York and New Jersey.The Paterson, NJ, native was personally accused of dealing 25 kilograms of the drug in the Garden State.The 31-year-old “Trap Queen” rapper pleaded guilty in August to one count of conspiracy to possess and distribute more than 500 grams of cocaine and faced a minimum of five years and a maximum of 40 years behind bars for the crime.Central Islip federal Judge Joanna Seybert handed down the sentence.Last week, prosecutors recommended that Maxwell — who has been locked up since August — receive from seven years and three months to nine years behind bars, claiming he was a “large-scale narcotics trafficker” who “continues to use his fame, sizable platform and influence to glamorize the drug trade.”The feds cited as an example his breakout hit “Trap Queen,” which Maxwell wrote about an ex-girlfriend who helped him peddle drugs in Paterson.Maxwell’s lawyer, Elizabeth Macedonia, said her client should be sentenced to the minimum, claiming he’s taken “full responsibility for his crimes.” The lawyer said Maxwell was motivated to start dealing drugs so that he could continue to provide for his family and friends — including his eight children — after his concert revenues dried up because of the pandemic.Maxwell was arrested on Oct. 29, 2021, and had been free on $500,000 bond until he allegedly violated the conditions of his release by threatening someone on a FaceTime call with a gun on Dec.