MARK LEVIN (HOST): How does a parental bill of rights become controversial, America? The Democrats call it racist, call it book-banning. Yeah, some books need to be banned. You know, books with explicit sexual photographs, books with explicit discussion about sexuality and gender and gender changing and transitioning - those books shouldn't see a shelf in a public school system, period.
And for the Democrats, this is an attack on free speech. And for the Democrats, this is book-burning. They don't tell you what kind of books. Or books that claim that white people are racists, those books need to be on the shelves too. Or books that push critical race theory, a Marxist ideology, those books need to be on the shelves too. Think about that.
What does this bill do effectively? It responds to your concerns, responds to what's been going on in this country, and I wanna salute the Republicans in the House that voted for it. It passed by like three votes. You have the right to know what's being taught in your schools and to see reading material. This is the parent's bill of rights.