CCDF book banners accuse Polk Sheriff Grady Judd of wanting to "opt-in" to crime
In their zeal to get any small town cop to arrest your friendly librarian over "Beloved," the book cranks publicly accuse their sheriff of abetting criminality. LOL. They're not sending their best.
These days, the CCDF-second-string is going from small town Polk police station-to-small town Polk police station, hat in hand. They’re begging any cop to go slap the cuffs on some poor librarian or principal or school board member for making “criminal pornography” — otherwise known as books — available to kids at school.
This is because the Polk School Board decided to use an “opt out” of book access approach, rather than an “opt-in” approach. Opt-in would have let the CCDF cranks — who have many personal crime and crime adjacency issues of their own they ought to worry about — steal your parental rights and dictate to your kids what they can read.
Is it legal to opt-in to a crime, CCDF geniuses?
Here’s the thing.
A book that is “criminal pornography” is “criminal pornography.” Opting-in or opting-out is completely irrelevant.
The CCDF considers these books a crime. (They are laughably, crankably wrong.) But here they are, nonetheless, advocating for an “opt-in” provision to the crime they’re fantasizing about. You can’t legally “opt-in” to bank robbery, doofuses. Trump couldn’t legally “opt-in” to stealing Top Secret national security documents that belong to the American people. You can’t opt-in to criminal pornography either.
“Opt-in” is an explicit expression of criminal intent. “Opting-in” to murder makes it first degree.
By their own bonkers crank logic, the CCDFers are contributing to the delinquency of minors with “opt-in.” Lock. Them. Up.
Do you want Grady to arrest himself?
They’ve even implicated poor Sheriff Grady Judd. Listen to CCDF undersecretary of crankitude Robert Goodman enlist Grady in his criminal conspiracy — along with Polk Superintendent Fred Heid. Note the alleged criminal conspiracy in bold.
County Citizens Defending Freedom is lodging complaints with local law enforcement agencies throughout Polk County about 16 books its group members deem obscene, pornographic or age inappropriate after their complaints in January failed to get any of the books removed from public school library shelves.
“Because the Polk County School Board refused to follow the common-sense opt-in/opt-out process recommended by both Sheriff Grady Judd and Superintendent (Frederick) Heid, CCDF-USA will use all legal methods to protect the minor children of Polk County,” CCDF Polk County leader Robert Goodman said in a statement sent to LkldNow.
Lake Alfred, Winter Haven and Haines City Police department officials, along with Sheriff Grady Judd, say CCDF officials have visited their offices to deliver complaints about books in local schools.
LOL, that tickles me so much. Do we need an FDLE investigation of this criminal conspiracy to opt-in to Nobel Prize-winning criminal pornography, Grady?
You know where to find actual crime, CCDFers? Look in the mirror
As Grady Judd himself points out, the CCDF and its crank candidates don’t have far to look if they want to find actual crime among their allies and close associates.
Crank CCDF School Board Member-Elect Rick “T.I.T.S.” Nolte reported a felony and 10 misdemeanors on his official campaign contribution records. Really, he did. I’ve filed an official complaint to make him account for it.
And the last CCDF candidate standing, Jill Sessions, hired a convicted felon fraud, who cheats churches and got six PPP loans to run her campaign — as did failed CCDF crank Terry Clark.
Here’s what Grady Judd — the unofficial leader of the Polk County Republican party — said about the CCDF crank school board candidates, including Jill Sessions, who hired James Dunn:
When asked if he would hire a campaign consultant convicted of felony fraud like Dunn, Sheriff Judd, who has run five successful campaigns, said “absolutely no, never ever, under any circumstance. It obviously is going to cause the voters to question the candidates’ decision-making ability.”
Grady didn’t trust Jill Sessions around kids before her CCDF patrons accused him of advocating for an “opt-in” to crime.
He didn’t trust Jill Sessions before I reported that her crank ally Rick “T.I.T.S.” Nolte claimed $6,200 in illegal cash campaign contributions, one of which would be a felony.
What’s he think now that they’ve implicated him in their conspiracy to “opt-in” to criminal pornography? LOL.
The County Citizens Defending Freedom (CCDF) is Polk County’s even dumber version of “Moms for Liberty,” which I mock as “Moms for Medicare scooters. The M4L “movement” is just Tea Party 4.0. They’ve been updating every few cycles. Their median voter is not a mom; it’s a 62-year-old white guy originally from New Jersey foaming at the mouth about Brandon.