“As the mayoral race for Jacksonville, Florida heats up, a dark shadow threatens to consume the campaign of one of its leading contenders – Daniel Davis.

The CEO of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, Davis, has courted controversy with his association with a disreputable and discredited LGBT youth organization.

According to a shocking exposé by the Central Florida Post, this group, known as Jasmyn, was once contracted by Duval County Public Schools, only to have their agreement torn apart by accusations of sexualizing minors.

Their heinous crimes included exposing innocent children to the vile act of playing with dildos as part of a twisted and obscene ‘Penis Game.'”

Additionally, they push perverted ideology upon children. In one Instagram post about “how sex is more than penetration,” they promote bondage, using strap ons, fisting, face-sitting, buttplug usage, and “muffing,” a slang term used to define the digital penetration of transgender women.

Jasmyn also hosts SaturGayz dance classes aimed at children in which scantily clad perverts gyrate their bodies in front of children as young as 13. Jasmyn organizers also play provocative sexual games with the children who attend.

“Got a little beer pong going on, okay, get your balls wet,” a Jasmyn organizer stated in a SaturGayz video. “Hope y’all come in!”

Even though Duval County has pulled the plug on Jasmyn, the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce (JaxChamber) under Davis’ control remains a sponsor of Jasmyn.

Jasmyn’s list of sponsors can be seen here:

JaxChamber is receiving nearly $750,000 on an annual basis in Florida taxpayer dollars to promote economic growth. This money is apparently being funneled into the coffers of the far-left extremists indoctrinating children with grotesque sexual propaganda. Florida is supposedly where “woke” goes to die. Where is Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on this issue?

Jacksonville mayoral candidate Daniel Davis is campaigning as a conservative in the city if he is elected by the people, claiming he will reduce the size and scope of government.

Davis told News4Jax that “the conservative thought process that I have is going to help propel Jacksonville forward and I believe we should have a smaller government, I believe we should create opportunities for entrepreneurs, remove red tape, remove regulations, where people have the freedom to be able to be successful, to help keep people safe. I mean, that’s absolutely the most conservative thing we can do in our community, and that’s me. I can’t wait to bring those thoughts to City Hall to make sure that we propel Jacksonville forward to where it should be.”

If Davis wishes to uphold conservatism in Jacksonville, he will have to do more than just limit the size and scope of government. He will need to stop LGBT predators from preying upon the souls of the youth. Davis’ tenure as CEO of the JaxChamber shows he is not up to the task.