H.R.5 Parents Bill of Rights Act

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This morning the House was able to pass the H.R.5 Parents Bill of Rights Act. As expected, the Democrats were almost 100% a no vote to this bill. There were a few Republicans that also voted no or did not vote at all on this bill. The vote count was 213 – 208 with 14 Not Voting. You will find the actual vote by the member at the bottom of the page.

What exactly is H.R.5 Parents Bill of Rights?

Really this bill is an expansion of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. What it does is increase the right of a parent to review their children’s school curriculum and reading lists and require schools to inform and notify parents if school staff encourage or promote their child’s gender. It does not create a way to ban books as the left wants to make the American public. It requires schools to allow parents to know if their child is using pro-nouns other than their biological sex or is privately transitioning. Really, it does nothing more than allow parents to be parents and guide their children according to their beliefs.

This is something that really should not have ever been an issue. Schools do not have the responsibility to take the primary role of a parent or promote moral values over a parent. Really, if we start to have a government that allows schools to be the primary role of a parent, then we are no longer a free country. The fact is, while people like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez call this bill fascist, it really is doing the exact opposite. It actually is removing the powers of the government over the citizenry and gives the citizenry the power over the government. And really, what the left is wanting is fascism in that they are demanding power over the children and removing the rights of the parents.

The fact that there have been schools that were promoting and hiding a child’s gender confusion from parents really highlights this fact. These “educators” hiding something like that really could be a sign of a child that needs help from their parents for health issues that are underlining the situation. Those “educators” that hide this from the parents also do not know or understand the values or possible issues, good or bad, in the home. The fact is that because these “educators” have no idea of the true situation at home, could really make matters worst. If the student is suicidal, adding a lie or hiding information from their parent could actually be worst for the student. Not to mention, teenagers go through many phases and many are confused enough about who they are, why should an “educator” that is only there for a year be able to convince a child they are transgender?

Is this bill going to make it through the Senate?

Not according to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. No, he is planning on keeping it on his desk and as he says,” will not see the light of day.” He also called the bill “Orwellian to the core.” This makes me wonder if he has ever read the book 1984, written by George Orwell because not passing it is more “Orwellian” than not signing it. Since schools have already proven that they didn’t want the parents involved in their children’s education and some wanted to hide some children’s pro-nouns use at school, that is more in line with the Orwellian world of 1984.

In the book, no one had children. Children were in fact only created through artificial insemination. Once born, children were raised by the government and taught only what the government wanted to teach them. Once you became an adult the government then assigned you your job. You didn’t question anything the government would teach you. One of those things was 2+2=5, and you did not question it. If you did question the government’s truths, then you would go to a reinstruction camp.

So the bottom line here is, this bill is not some Orwellian bill that gives some overseer power. But to the contrary, it gives that power to the parents to raise their children as they see fit, as it has been for over 200 years of this country.


Carl R-AL, Aye		LaTurner R-KS, Aye	Bice R-OK, Aye
Moore R-AL, Aye		Estes R-KS, Aye		Bentz R-OR, Aye
Rogers R-AL, Aye	Comer R-KY, Aye		Chavez-DeRemer R-OR, Aye
Aderholt R-AL, Aye	Guthrie R-KY, Aye	Fitzpatrick R-PA, Aye
Strong R-AL, Aye	Massie R-KY, Aye	Meuser R-PA, Aye
Schweikert R-AZ, Aye	Rogers R-KY, Aye	Perry R-PA, Aye
Crane R-AZ, Aye		Barr R-KY, Aye		Smucker R-PA, Aye
Ciscomani R-AZ, Aye	Scalise R-LA, Aye	Joyce R-PA, Aye
Lesko R-AZ, Aye		Higgins R-LA, Aye	Reschenthaler R-PA, Aye
Gosar R-AZ, Aye		Letlow R-LA, Aye	Thompson R-PA, Aye
Crawford R-AR, Aye	Graves R-LA, Aye	Kelly R-PA, Aye
Hill R-AR, Aye		Harris R-MD, Aye	Mace R-SC, Aye
Womack R-AR, Aye	Bergman R-MI, Aye	Wilson R-SC, Aye
Westerman R-AR, Aye	Moolenaar R-MI, Aye	Duncan R-SC, Aye
LaMalfa R-CA, Aye	Huizenga R-MI, Aye	Timmons R-SC, Aye
Kiley R-CA, Aye		Walberg R-MI, Aye	Norman R-SC, Aye
McClintock R-CA, Aye	McClain R-MI, Aye	Fry R-SC, Aye
Duarte R-CA, Aye	James R-MI, Aye		Johnson R-SD, Aye
McCarthy R-CA, Aye	Finstad R-MN, Aye	Harshbarger R-TN, Aye
Valadao R-CA, Aye	Emmer R-MN, Aye		Burchett R-TN, Aye
Obernolte R-CA, Aye	Fischbach R-MN, Aye	Fleischmann R-TN, Aye
Garcia R-CA, Aye	Stauber R-MN, Aye	DesJarlais R-TN, Aye
Kim R-CA, Aye		Kelly R-MS, Aye		Ogles R-TN, Aye
Calvert R-CA, Aye	Guest R-MS, Aye		Rose R-TN, Aye
Steel R-CA, Aye		Ezell R-MS, Aye		Green R-TN, Aye
Issa R-CA, Aye		Wagner R-MO, Aye	Kustoff R-TN, Aye
Boebert R-CO, Aye	Luetkemeyer R-MO, Aye	Moran R-TX, Aye
Lamborn R-CO, Aye	Alford R-MO, Aye	Crenshaw R-TX, Aye
Dunn R-FL, Aye		Graves R-MO, Aye	Self R-TX, Aye
Cammack R-FL, Aye	Burlison R-MO, Aye	Fallon R-TX, Aye
Bean R-FL, Aye		Smith R-MO, Aye		Gooden R-TX, Aye
Rutherford R-FL, Aye	Zinke R-MT, Aye		Ellzey R-TX, Aye
Waltz R-FL, Aye		Flood R-NE, Aye		Luttrell R-TX, Aye
Mills R-FL, Aye		Bacon R-NE, Aye		McCaul R-TX, Aye
Posey R-FL, Aye		Smith R-NE, Aye		Pfluger R-TX, Aye
Webster R-FL, Aye	Amodei R-NV, Aye	Granger R-TX, Aye
Bilirakis R-FL, Aye	Van Drew R-NJ, Aye	Jackson R-TX, Aye
Luna R-FL, Aye		Smith R-NJ, Aye		Weber R-TX, Aye
Lee R-FL, Aye		Kean R-NJ, Aye		De La Cruz R-TX, Aye
Buchanan R-FL, Aye	LaLota R-NY, Aye	Sessions R-TX, Aye
Steube R-FL, Aye	Garbarino R-NY, Aye	Arrington R-TX, Aye
Franklin R-FL, Aye	Santos R-NY, Aye	Roy R-TX, Aye
Donalds R-FL, Aye	D'Esposito R-NY, Aye	Nehls R-TX, Aye
Mast R-FL, Aye		Malliotakis R-NY, Aye	Gonzales R-TX, Aye
Diaz-Balart R-FL, Aye	Molinaro R-NY, Aye	Duyne R-TX, Aye
Salazar R-FL, Aye	Stefanik R-NY, Aye	Williams R-TX, Aye
Gimenez R-FL, Aye	Williams R-NY, Aye	Burgess R-TX, Aye
Carter R-GA, Aye	Langworthy R-NY, Aye	Cloud R-TX, Aye
Ferguson R-GA, Aye	Tenney R-NY, Aye	Carter R-TX, Aye
McCormick R-GA, Aye	Murphy R-NC, Aye	Babin R-TX, Aye
Scott R-GA, Aye		Foxx R-NC, Aye		Hunt R-TX, Aye
Clyde R-GA, Aye		Rouzer R-NC, Aye	Moore R-UT, Aye
Collins R-GA, Aye	Bishop R-NC, Aye	Stewart R-UT, Aye
Loudermilk R-GA, Aye	Hudson R-NC, Aye	Curtis R-UT, Aye
Allen R-GA, Aye		McHenry R-NC, Aye	Owens R-UT, Aye
Greene R-GA, Aye	Edwards R-NC, Aye	Wittman R-VA, Aye
Fulcher R-ID, Aye	Armstrong R-ND, Aye	Kiggans R-VA, Aye
Simpson R-ID, Aye	Wenstrup R-OH, Aye	Good R-VA, Aye
Bost R-IL, Aye		Jordan R-OH, Aye	Cline R-VA, Aye
Miller R-IL, Aye	Latta R-OH, Aye		Griffith R-VA, Aye
LaHood R-IL, Aye	Johnson R-OH, Aye	Newhouse R-WA, Aye
Yakym R-IN, Aye		Miller R-OH, Aye	Rodgers R-WA, Aye
Banks R-IN, Aye		Davidson R-OH, Aye	Miller R-WV, Aye
Baird R-IN, Aye		Turner R-OH, Aye	Mooney R-WV, Aye
Spartz R-IN, Aye	Balderson R-OH, Aye	Steil R-WI, Aye
Pence R-IN, Aye		Joyce R-OH, Aye		Van Orden R-WI, Aye
Houchin R-IN, Aye	Carey R-OH, Aye		Fitzgerald R-WI, Aye
Miller-Meeks R-IA, Aye	Hern R-OK, Aye		Grothman R-WI, Aye
Hinson R-IA, Aye	Brecheen R-OK, Aye	Tiffany R-WI, Aye
Feenstra R-IA, Aye	Lucas R-OK, Aye		Gallagher R-WI, Aye
Mann R-KS, Aye		Cole R-OK, Aye		Hageman R-WY, Aye

Biggs R-AZ, No
Buck R-CO, No
Gaetz R-FL, No
Rosendale R-MT, No
Lawler R-NY, No

Sewell D-AL, No			Casten D-IL, No		Bowman D-NY, No	
Peltola D-AK, No		Davis D-IL, No		Ryan D-NY, No	
Stanton D-AZ, No		Krishnamoorthi D-IL, No	Tonko D-NY, No	
Grijalva D-AZ, No		Schakowsky D-IL, No	Morelle D-NY, No
Huffman D-CA, No		Schneider D-IL, No	Higgins D-NY, No
Thompson D-CA, No		Foster D-IL, No		Davis D-NC, No		
Bera D-CA, No			Budzinski D-IL, No	Ross D-NC, No		
Matsui D-CA, No			Underwood D-IL, No	Foushee D-NC, No		
Garamendi D-CA, No		Sorensen D-IL, No	Manning D-NC, No		
Harder D-CA, No			Mrvan D-IN, No		Adams D-NC, No		
DeSaulnier D-CA, No		Carson D-IN, No		Nickel D-NC, No		
Pelosi D-CA, No			Davids D-KS, No		Jackson D-NC, No		
Lee D-CA, No			McGarvey D-KY, No	Landsman D-OH, No		
Swalwell D-CA, No		Carter D-LA, No		Beatty D-OH, No		
Eshoo D-CA, No			Pingree D-ME, No	Kaptur D-OH, No		
Khanna D-CA, No			Golden D-ME, No		Brown D-OH, No		
Lofgren D-CA, No		Ruppersberger D-MD, No	Sykes D-OH, No		
Panetta D-CA, No		Sarbanes D-MD, No	Bonamici D-OR, No		
Carbajal D-CA, No		Ivey D-MD, No		Hoyle D-OR, No		
Ruiz D-CA, No			Hoyer D-MD, No		Salinas D-OR, No		
Brownley D-CA, No		Trone D-MD, No		Boyle D-PA, No		
Chu D-CA, No			Mfume D-MD, No		Evans D-PA, No		
Cárdenas D-CA, No		Raskin D-MD, No		Dean D-PA, No		
Schiff D-CA, No			Neal D-MA, No		Scanlon D-PA, No		
Napolitano D-CA, No		McGovern D-MA, No	Houlahan D-PA, No		
Sherman D-CA, No		Trahan D-MA, No		Wild D-PA, No		
Aguilar D-CA, No		Auchincloss D-MA, No	Cartwright D-PA, No		
Gomez D-CA, No			Clark D-MA, No		Lee D-PA, No		
Torres D-CA, No			Moulton D-MA, No	Deluzio D-PA, No		
Lieu D-CA, No			Pressley D-MA, No	Cicilline D-RI, No		
Kamlager-Dove D-CA, No		Lynch D-MA, No		Magaziner D-RI, No		
Sánchez D-CA, No		Keating D-MA, No	Clyburn D-SC, No		
Takano D-CA, No			Scholten D-MI, No	Cohen D-TN, No		
Garcia D-CA, No			Dingell D-MI, No	Fletcher D-TX, No		
Waters D-CA, No			Slotkin D-MI, No	Green D-TX, No		
Barragán D-CA, No		Kildee D-MI, No		Escobar D-TX, No		
Correa D-CA, No			Stevens D-MI, No	Lee D-TX, No		
Porter D-CA, No			Tlaib D-MI, No		Garcia D-TX, No		
Levin D-CA, No			Thanedar D-MI, No	Crockett D-TX, No		
Peters D-CA, No			Craig D-MN, No		Allred D-TX, No		
Jacobs D-CA, No			Phillips D-MN, No	Veasey D-TX, No		
Vargas D-CA, No			McCollum D-MN, No	Gonzalez D-TX, No		
DeGette D-CO, No		Omar DFL-MN, No		Casar D-TX, No		
Neguse D-CO, No			Thompson D-MS, No	Doggett D-TX, No		
Crow D-CO, No			Bush D-MO, No		Balint D-VT, No		
Pettersen D-CO, No		Titus D-NV, No		Scott D-VA, No		
Caraveo D-CO, No		Lee D-NV, No		McClellan D-VA, No		
Larson D-CT, No			Horsford D-NV, No	Spanberger D-VA, No		
Courtney D-CT, No		Pappas D-NH, No		Beyer D-VA, No		
DeLauro D-CT, No		Kuster D-NH, No		Wexton D-VA, No		
Himes D-CT, No			Norcross D-NJ, No	Connolly D-VA, No		
Hayes D-CT, No			Kim D-NJ, No		DelBene D-WA, No		
Blunt Rochester D-DE, No	Gottheimer D-NJ, No	Larsen D-WA, No		
Soto D-FL, No			Pallone D-NJ, No	Gluesenkamp Perez D-WA, No		
Frost D-FL, No			Menendez D-NJ, No	Kilmer D-WA, No		
Castor D-FL, No			Pascrell D-NJ, No	Jayapal D-WA, No		
Cherfilus-McCormick D-FL, No	Payne D-NJ, No		Schrier D-WA, No		
Frankel D-FL, No		Sherrill D-NJ, No	Smith D-WA, No		
Wilson D-FL, No			Coleman D-NJ, No	Strickland D-WA, No		
Schultz D-FL, No		Stansbury D-NM, No	Pocan D-WI, No		
Bishop D-GA, No			Vasquez D-NM, No	Moore D-WI, No		
Johnson D-GA, No		Meeks D-NY, No			
Williams D-GA, No		Meng D-NY, No			
McBath D-GA, No			Velázquez D-NY, No			
Scott D-GA, No			Jeffries D-NY, No			
Case D-HI, No			Clarke D-NY, No			
Tokuda D-HI, No			Goldman D-NY, No			
Jackson D-IL, No		Nadler D-NY, No			
Ramirez D-IL, No		Espaillat D-NY, No			
García D-IL, No			Ocasio-Cortez D-NY, No			
Quigley D-IL, No		Torres D-NY, No			
Gallego D-AZ, Not Voting	Palmer R-AL, Not Voting
Mullin D-CA, Not Voting		Bucshon R-IN, Not Voting
Costa D-CA, Not Voting		Nunn R-IA, Not Voting
Moskowitz D-FL, Not Voting	Johnson R-LA, Not Voting
Kelly D-IL, Not Voting	
Cleaver D-MO, Not Voting	
Fernandez D-NM, Not Voting	
Blumenauer D-OR, Not Voting	
Castro D-TX, Not Voting	
Cuellar D-TX, Not Voting	

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