NEW HAMPSHIRE — (02-19-23) — Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley told a New Hampshire conservatives that Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Law didn’t go far enough. The controversial “don’t say gay” education law signed by the governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, is one of the latest anti-LGBTQ Laws on the books in Florida.

“Basically what it said was you shouldn’t be able to talk about gender before third grade,” said Haley. “I’m sorry. I don’t think that goes far enough.” said Haley to the small dark age conservative crowd.

Then when she appeared on Fox News, Haley was asked about DeSantis and the “don’t say gay” law and she doubled down on her comments…“I think Ron’s been a good governor. I just think that third grade’s too young. We should not be talking to kids in elementary school about gender, period,” said Haley.

DeSantis’s law bans classroom instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity through third grade, in which children are eight or nine years old. The law has proved to be nothing more than an anti-LGBTQ law.

Some pediatric psychologists say the law could harm the mental health of LGBTQ+ youth who are already more likely to face bullying and attempts at suicide.

Haley, a former South Carolina governor and UN ambassador under the Trump administration, declared her candicacy for the Republican nomination in 2024.

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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