Mom Who Exposed 'Pedophilia' in 'Woke' Books Gets Banned from High School Library
Virginia mother made headlines for exposing pedophilia & pornography in son's school books
A Virginia mother has been banned from entering her son’s "woke" public high school library just weeks after she exposed books in the collection for containing "pedophilia" and pornography, according to reports.
Mom Stacy Langton has revealed that Fairfax Principal Maureen Keck told her she is no longer permitted to enter the library.
She said she got a call from Keck telling her that parents were not allowed in the library due to a new school policy.
Langton says was informed about the ban last week, shortly after having checked out a book with her son.
"[Keck] told me that no parents were allowed into the library," Langton told the Washington Examiner Monday.
"So, I asked her to send me the specific policy so I could see it for myself."
As Neon Nettle previously reported, Langton castigated her son's school district in September for permitting what she said amounted to explicit pornographic and pedophilic materials in the school's library.
She highlighted the contents of the "woke" books, including graphic imagery and dialogue depicting sex between adult men and minors.
Board members, however, cut off Langton during her speech before her time expired.
She was unable to finish her remarks demanding answers and accountability for the presence of such materials.
In remarks, board members ironically shamed Langton for reading sexually explicit passages from the books in the presence of children.
According to Langton, she entered the school library last week with her son, and that the librarian never mentioned any policy about parents not being permitted in the room.
The librarian, according to Langton, even helped her and her son locate the book they were seeking.
In response to Langton's inquiry, Keck sent a copy of a policy.
The Examiner reported that the policy makes "no mention of restricting visitor access to parts of campus anywhere" — including the library — provided visitors sign in and obtain a visitor pass.
"Langton said that while she signed in, the machine that provides visitor passes was out of order and had been for weeks," the outlet reported.
A spokesperson for the district declined to comment on the allegations on Monday.
Langton told the outlet that she plans to address the school board at its Thursday meeting.