Seeing that flag, it is more likely that this twitter post is run by a Russian disinfo agent who wants to write about a strawman educator who Republicans are terrified of.
Why did Republicans want students to go back to school if they assumed that perverted groomers , spooky satanists and shooters were found at such venues ?
If anything, this seems to be a promotional advertisement for private religious school vouchers.
As a high school biology teacher I frequently drew a sharp distinction between science and religion, i.e. that the former is built on objective, reproducible, and independently verifiable evidence, while the latter is not. The curriculum included a broad range of sub-disciplines within biology, including ecology, evolution, genetics, molecular biology, anatomy, physiology, cytology, cell division, cellular energy, and biochemistry. The underlying theme, the "connective tissue" that brought it all together was darwinian evolution, which I folded into every instructional unit, if not every lesson. There was overt pushback by some students, who would sometimes claim that God was the Creator, or it was God's will, or some such nonsense. I always welcomed such comments because they gave me yet another opportunity to wheel out more evidence and challenge anyone else to do the same for the religious argument. Students often tried to get me to state outright what my beliefs were. They would ask, "Don't you believe in God?" My reply was always the same: "They pay me to teach you science, not my beliefs." This disappointed those who wanted to see me paint myself into a corner. They could never get me to say anything that I could not defend as a legitimate part of a science curriculum. Some churchy parents were so frustrated by my teaching their students Darwin's theory that they had their kids pulled from the class. Others turned other methods, including encouraging their students to disrupt class. This made a challenging job even more difficult, but I felt it had to be done my way. In fact, I would often tell myself that this job is not worth doing without executing a full-court press against the kind of flabby thinking typified by religious belief. Over time I was moderately successful; I did reach a few people. But in addition to teaching many facts which some students found objectionable (that humans are animals; that we are products of evolution; that we share ancestors with hedgehogs, fish, salamanders, worms, and bacteria; that the atoms making up our bodies have been recycled many times through the biosphere, and have been incorporated into many other organisms that lived and died before us; that we are all destined to die, and there is no evidence that we go to "a better place;" that we depend on a healthy biosphere for our continued existence; that our current fossil-fuel dependent way of life is putting the students and their future children's and grandchildren's and, in fact, our entire species' existence in grave danger, etc. etc.), I and my colleagues had to deal with a rising tide of general dissatisfaction with economic and social conditions as well as proliferation of increasingly sophisticated personal communication devices. So-called "smart" cell phones can be put to all kinds of illicit uses (e.g. cheating on tests), and many students would rather be referred to the Assistant Principal than give up the phone for an hour or two. Of course it did not help that many APs are as useless as the tits on a boar when it comes to disciplining students. And lets face it: some parents are raising pets, not children. The concept of discipline is completely foreign to them. Happily, I was able to retire from teaching just as the pandemic was ramping up. Looking back, my timing was perfect. But I cannot feel satisfied. I hate to say it, but the US educational system has failed miserably at teaching critical thinking. Witness the zeal with which so many dolts buy into wacko conspiracy theories. Don't get me started.
If Mary and Jesus were real people then Joseph was the father. The bible gives his genealogy with that intent in mind. If you examine ancient writings of that time you will find other god men or godlike creatures all being born from a virgin. In fact, most of us know that things like this are not true. LOL There is also no mention of Joseph finding Mary hanging around Roman soldiers.