The Coronado Public Library in California has unfortunately declined the request of parents to organize a Christmas-themed story time. Despite being known as the Reason for the Season, Jesus is not welcomed in this taxpayer-funded facility.
Rachel Racz, the founder of Tiny Patriots Story Time, expressed her disappointment in an interview with Fox News, highlighting that the library has previously hosted events promoting Gay Pride Month and even exposed children to inappropriate content. This raises the question of why Christmas stories are not permitted when other themes are allowed, such as Gay Pride and even Hanukkah.
That understandably had people up in arms.
“Will there be a Christmas story time about the birth of baby Jesus,” a library patron asked.
In response, the library said there would be a “Santa Storytime.”
“But Santa isn’t about the birth of Baby Jesus,” the patron responded. “Any chance you could please add that since there will be a Hanukkah story?”
That’s when the library dropped their bombshell explanation.
“The Library as a government agency does not do nor is it allowed to do religious programming,” the Coronado Public Library said. “The Hanukkah storytime is not a religious storytime – it is about the culture and traditions of Hanukkah. Just as Santa is a cultural not religious figure.”
To address this issue promptly, it is advisable to withdraw all the federal and state tax funds allocated to this library. Discrimination against Christians should not go unnoticed, and there are consequences for such actions.