Capitol Hill Update: 53 House Republicans Demand Obama Fire "Safe" School Czar

Congressman Steve King, Republican from Iowa, has been leading a crusade to rid the White House of one its most abominable appointments  --  equal to the communist Van Jones, Obama's "clean jobs czar" who was forced to resign through the efforts of Fox News' Glenn Beck  --  that of the "safe schools" czar, Kevin Jennings. 

On Thursday, Congressman King and 52 other Republicans sent a letter to the president demanding that he fire Jennings, a radical homosexual activist who unbelievably now is in charge of the Department of Education's Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools. 

Commentators such as Glenn Beck have revealed that Obama's "safe school czar", Kevin Jennings, ignored the sexual abuse of a child.  Indeed, in his book, One Teacher in Ten, Jennings writes about a 15-year-old student who told him that he was having a sexual relationship with a much older man. 

Incredibly, the only response to this shocking revelation from one of his students that Jennings could muster was, "Are you using a condom?"  In other words, Jennings broke the law when he did not report this sexual abuse of a minor.  Jennings is just one example of the countless radicals which populate the Obama administration. 

The 53 lawmakers wrote in their letter to Obama today:  "It is clear that Mr. Jennings lacks the appropriate qualifications and ethical standards to serve in this capacity."  Congressman King said today that, "Support is growing in Congress and across America for President Obama to fire Kevin Jennings and replace him with someone possessing the appropriate qualifications and ethical standards to serve in a presidential administration.

"Despite serving as the 'safe schools' czar, Jennings has no experience keeping students safe or keeping our schools drug free.  Jennings is committed to the 'safety' of only a narrow portion of American students, while expressing disdain for religion and traditional values.  President Obama should fire Kevin Jennings immediately."   

The signers of the letter are: King; Alexander; Aderholt; Akin; Austria; Bachmann; Bachus; Bartlett; Barton; Boozman; Broun; Brown, H.; Carter; Chaffetz; Coffman; Cole; Conaway; Davis, Geoff; Fallin; Fleming; Foxx; Franks; Garret; Gingrey; Gohmert; Hunter; Issa; Jordan; Lamborn; Latta; Luetkemeyer; Marchant; McClintock; McHenry; McKeon; McMorris; Mica; Miller, J.; Myrick; Neugebauer; Olson, P.; Pence; Pitts; Posey; Rogers; Rooney; Ryan, Paul; Shuster; Smith, C.; Smith, L.; Wamp; Westmoreland; and Jones, Walter.  Here is a link to Congressman Steve King's press release with the full text of the letter signed by 53 lawmakers:   

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