Democrats are sticking with their distorted views on gender, which shouldn’t be an issue, but apparently continues to be.
The most recent example of just how bizarre Dems have become on the topic was when White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki explained to CNN’s Chris Wallace that she believes children as young as kindergartners are questioning their gender, TheBlaze reports.
Not only is such an assertion false, but many believe it’s downright whacky, if not totally disgusting and inappropriate.
Wallace, in his failed CNN+ show, brought up the controversial parental rights law that was recently passed in Florida, which protects young children from being brainwashed with LGBTQ propaganda from radical leftist teachers.
It was during Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace that the host asked Psaki about the Parental Rights in Education law, and simply reminded Psaki that it’s aimed at keeping sexual and gender ideology subjects away from young schoolchildren.
JEN PSAKI: Teachers should talk with kindergarteners about if they’re “a girl or a boy.” pic.twitter.com/CeDSEU0boX
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“Don’t parents have a right to have concern?” Wallace asked. “We’re talking specifically here about teaching about sex in kindergarten through third grade. I have to say as a parent, I would have problems with that.”
“But the law’s not about teaching sex education — it’s about teaching about gender identity, and so what do you do if a parent or a kid … in one of these elementary schools says, ‘What about Sally, Sally has two moms?’ or ‘I’m not sure if I’m a girl or a boy,'” Psaki replied.
She added: “I also think that … there’s not a big record of there being either sex education or extensive gender identity education in these schools, and this is creating a problem or a political cudgel about an issue that I don’t think exists.”
Psaki in tears
This wasn’t the first interview she did on the subject of the new Florida law. Earlier in the week she spoke with News Not Noise podcast host Jessica Yellin, where the press secretary actually began to cry over the matter. Whether the tears were real or an act is anyone’s guess.
“This a political wedge issue, an attempt to win a culture war,” Psaki insisted. “And they’re doing that in a way that is harsh and cruel to a community of kids, especially. I’m going to get emotional about this issue because it’s horrible.”
In full, ridiculous crying mode, Psaki continued: “It’s like kids who are bullied, and all these leaders are taking steps to hurt them, and hurt their lives, and hurt their families. And you look at some of these laws in these states, and it is going after parents who are in loving relationships, who have kids. It’s completely outrageous.”