William Dale Zulock, 32, and Zachary Jacoby Zulock, 35, were arrested after another man who had been downloading pornography told sheriff’s deputies about the couple. The children are currently in the care of Walton County’s Division of Family and Child Services.
Evidence collected from the home indicated that both men participated in child molestation with the brothers. They are facing charges of aggravated child molestation, sexual exploitation of a child and enticing a child for indecent purposes.
Their arrests follow a recent trend of LGBT and especially transgender activists “grooming” children for alternative lifestyles. Those efforts have heavily influenced grade-school lesson plans and children’s literature.
A growing number of state, local, and federal agencies have routinely supported child grooming efforts in schools with taxpayer dollars. Several GOP representatives recently sent a letter demanding that the CDC stop forcing grooming dogma on children.
“It is deeply concerning that U.S. taxpayer dollars are being used to promote a website that allegedly engages in grooming behavior,” the letter said.
The state of Florida has challenged transgender “science” and take significant measures to protect children from grooming dogma.
According to the report requested by Florida’s Secretary of the Agency for Health Care Administration, “Studies presenting the benefits to mental health, including those claiming that the services prevent suicide, are either low or very low quality and rely on unreliable methods such as surveys and retrospective analyses, both of which are cross-sectional and highly biased.”
Some former transgendered people agree with the state’s analysis that teaching gender dysphoria to children is harmful.
“I really didn’t understand all of the ramifications of any of the medical decisions that I was making,” Cole, now 17, said during a hearing, according to Fox News. She underwent transgender procedures at age 15.
“I was unknowingly physically cutting off my true self from my body, irreversibly and painfully.”