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Chairman stops pastor from reading book at school board meeting. Pastor responds with 5 harsh words.

North Carolina Pastor Stands Up to School Board Over Sexually Explicit Book

A North Carolina pastor, Rev. John Amanchukwu, recently made headlines for his bold response to members of an Asheville school board who tried to stop him from reading sexually explicit content from a book that the board has approved for school libraries in the district.

The Book in Question

The book, entitled “It’s Perfectly Normal” by Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley, can be found on school bookshelves and is approved for children as young as 10 years old. Some editions of the book have little banners on the cover that say “For age 10 and up.”

The Pastor’s Response

During his time at the mic, Rev. Amanchukwu read some of the sexually explicit material in the book, but only got seconds into his reading before the members of the school board tried to stop him from voicing the explicit material.

“Was it something I said?” the pastor said, with a deadpan expression.

“If you don’t want to hear it in a school board meeting, why should children be able to check it out of the school system?” he continued after being cut off by the board members. “We have perverts that are perverting our kids, and you all sit back, smug in your chairs … but you don’t want me to read it. Why, does it bother you?”

Rev. Amanchukwu had the perfect reply when the board members told him, “your time is up” as they tried to shoo him from the mic.

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