Second Lady Karen Pence is doing something that seems quite natural for the long-time art teacher. She’s going back to her teaching job at Immanuel Christian School, where she taught for 12 years.
But to many liberals, her return to her career was unconscionable.
Why? Because Immanuel, like many other conservative, faith-based institutions from Christian to Islamic to Jewish, has a strict code of conduct for its teachers and students based on the religious beliefs the school was founded on.
In other words, the school makes it clear that if students and employees want to engage in and promote homosexual or transgender lifestyles, it’s not the right school for them because it goes against the biblical principles the school stands for.
This all came as a complete shock to liberals who blasted Karen for ever wanting to work at such a place.
Now the Trevor Project, an LGBT advocacy group, thinks they have a clever way of getting back at Karen. According to the Huffington Post, they’re sending her school 100 copies of “A Day in a Life of Marlon Bundo.”
That book is about a boy bunny that falls in love with another boy bunny. It’s an LGBT rip-off of “Marlon Bundy’s Day in the Life of the Vice President,” a children’s book written by Karen’s daughter Charlotte and illustrated by Karen.
Now the rip-off book is being sent to the school with “a heartfelt note that encourages the school’s leaders to accept LGBTQ young people,” according to the Trevor Project. Any other book would have been a less obvious and personal jab at the Pence family.