Last updated on February 11th, 2021 at 06:34 am
A leftist phenomena has begun to infiltrate one of the most important systems in the education of the youth. This system is our public libraries, and the phenomena is known as “Drag-Queen Story Hour” in which a perverted man dressed up as a woman reads stories to young children. Throughout the Philadelphia area, these events have begun to pop up and threaten the minds of the young girls and boys forced to attend these gatherings. Despite protest from many members of these communities, those in charge of upholding the standards of these libraries have shot down these efforts and continue to support these “story hours”.
The Haverford Township Free Library is one such institution encouraging and supporting the story hours. In June of 2019, a meeting took place with more than 100 Haverford Township residents. Many expressed concerns over this event, saying that the presence and support of an event of this nature, especially in the setting of a library, is completely inappropriate and damaging to the minds of the young children watching. These rightful concerns, however, were ignored and the event was held and has been held consistently at Haverford Library and almost every library in the area.
This event, while damaging to the community of Haverford and the Philadelphia area as a whole, led to the construction of a new library which upholds and cherishes the Christian and conservative values so forgotten by the modern world. Karen Lengkeek, a Haverford Township resident, seeing the degradation brought on this library through harmful decisions such as the story hours, decided to find a way to counter this agenda. Realizing that Haverford Library was slowly discarding any books with conservative or Christian value, she decided to start up a new library, independent from the leftist influence found in the Philadelphia Area public libraries.
Mrs. Lengkeek began gathering books, and when news spread in the conservative community around her, donations of Christian and conservative books began flooding in. A local church graciously allowed Mrs. Lengkeek to use one of their rooms for her library, and soon many Christian families in the area flocked to this place of Christian solace. Now around a dozen families regularly bring their children to this library, where parents read the stories that have influenced and formed so many conservatives to a new generation of children who will uphold Christian and conservative values for years to come.