The White House is VERY committed to making sure that public school teachers are able to talk to little kids about sexual topics.
So much so, that Jen Psaki was literally brought to tears thinking about how Floridian teachers can no longer groom children.
This interview with Psaki took place on CNN+, so it's a miracle anyone saw it.
Here's the White House Press Secretary appearing on Chris Wallace's CNN+ show (RIP) about the Florida law, explaining that teachers need to teach 5-year-olds about whether they are boys or girls.
It's about teaching about gender identity. So what do you do if a parent or a kid, should I say 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."
I mean these are kids who are experiencing these moments in their lives.
Here's my advice to teachers in Psaki's imagined scenarios:
- In the first case, tell the kids to "talk to your parents."
In the second case, you tell the kids to "talk to your parents," or you talk personally with the parents if you think there's concern.
It's never okay to indulge kids in this sort of confusion, or create confusion.
But Psaki, the White House, and the radical left are aiming to create confusion.
If this is what the White House thinks teachers should be doing instead of teaching, then the government's oversight of schools should be the most frightening issue we are dealing with today.
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