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Ellis County Woman's Building

Mind Polluters Screening with Senator Bob Hall

Please join us in a pre-release screening of the film Mind Polluters with TX State Senator Bob Hall.

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Mind Polluters Screening with Senator Bob Hall

Time & Location

Mar 29, 6:30 PM

Ellis County Woman's Building, 407 W Jefferson St, Waxahachie, TX 75165, USA

About the event

Please join us in a pre-release screening of the film Mind Polluters with TX State Senator Bob Hall.

This film highlights the emerging issue of pornography, obscenity, and trans ideology being promoted in our public schools that has ignited Texas parents and lawmakers into action across the state! Everyone is talking about this film and this issue right now; come and see why!

The film screening will start between 6:40 and 6:45. Admission is free--first come, first served.

This film contains mature content and is meant for a mature audience.

About the film:

From the creators of "Inwood Drive" comes a powerful new investigative documentary film about the graphic Comprehensive Sex Ed and Social Emotional Learning being forced on children of all ages through the education system. For Christian parents, public schools are not a safe or neutral venue for their children’s education. The Mind Polluters exposes the dark realities of the intentional grooming of children into a worldview at odds with the Christian faith, a worldview of rampant sexuality, homosexuality, and transgenderism normalized through the use of pornographic and pedophilic materials.

“The Mind Polluters” is a feature length investigative documentary film that follows the efforts of grass roots volunteers, legislators and Christian academics to expose and stop the efforts of corrupt organizations and groups to infiltrate the nation’s school systems with pornographic and pedo-sadist (pedophilia) materials. The film not only shows the brutal battle being waged right now to force both public and private school systems to indoctrinate children as young as pre-school age with materials so heinous that they are illegal everywhere else except in the classroom, it also explores the history of the pornography battle in the United States for the past 75 years.

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